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Old 01-30-2014   #1401
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I can see that, but he's one of the more competitive people I've seen in a long time. I doubt he'll be ready to step that far away from the game.
It's not really that far from the game at all, plus he wouldn't have to put in hours and hours and hours and hours of work to do it. If he gets into coaching then so be it, but he's so good on camera that I have a feeling he'd be paid more to do pre-game/post-game stuff with fox or cbs.
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So Peyton made it to as many SB's with Caldwell as with Dungy?

Let the record show that even after having a GOAT QB Dungy only participated in 1 SB. That people would think Dungy is all that dumbfounds me.

I mean why doesn't John Harbaugh get as much love as Dungy? They accomplished about the same things. Only Harbaugh has Flacco and Dungy had a GOAT.
The problem here is that you're downplaying what Dungy did in TB. That franchise suffered through 10 straight double digit loss seasons & were terrible for about a decade and a half before he was hired. Not only did he only have 1 losing season there, he nearly took them to the superbowl with Sean King at qb...& if it weren't for a bogus call (the 1st year of instant replay i believe) on an obvious reception by Bert Emanel, he just might've done it. The drafts he put together netted 2 DPOY in Sapp & Brooks, an OROY in Warrick Dunn & another potential HOF candidate cb in Ronde Barber. The "tampa 2" defense is only in NFL vernacular today b/c he made it popular with those dominant defenses he built there. The Bucs franchise profited good off of all those things alone for years & he left that franchise in a tremendously better situation than it was in when he got there.

I only remember all this b/c i was a huge fan of the bucs at the time...they were my team on NFL gameday/Madden on Sega Genesis....lol.

Harbaugh is a good coach, but he hasn't reached that level of influence...And at this point he's more known for having volatile locker rooms and a brother that coaches in the NFL as well.
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The problem here is that you're downplaying what Dungy did in TB. That franchise suffered through 10 straight double digit loss seasons & were terrible for about a decade and a half before he was hired. Not only did he only have 1 losing season there, he nearly took them to the superbowl with Sean King at qb...& if it weren't for a bogus call (the 1st year of instant replay i believe) on an obvious reception by Bert Emanel, he just might've done it. The drafts he put together netted 2 DPOY in Sapp & Brooks, an OROY in Warrick Dunn & another potential HOF candidate cb in Ronde Barber. The "tampa 2" defense is only in NFL vernacular today b/c he made it popular with those dominant defenses he built there. The Bucs franchise profited good off of all those things alone for years & he left that franchise in a tremendously better situation than it was in when he got there.

I only remember all this b/c i was a huge fan of the bucs at the time...they were my team on NFL gameday/Madden on Sega Genesis....lol.

Harbaugh is a good coach, but he hasn't reached that level of influence...And at this point he's more known for having volatile locker rooms and a brother that coaches in the NFL as well.
Yes, Monte Kiffin was a great DC and Dungy should get credit for hiring him.

Tell me more about Dungy's defense in Indy without Kiffin? Dungy did build a great team in Tampa and should get credit for that. However he should get very little credit for what was accomplished in Indy. In fact he held that franchise back with his conservative ways. Remember Peyton waving the punt team off of the field several times? Clearly Peyton was in charge of that team. Dungy was along for the ride.

I don't get why everybody in the media kisses Dungy's butt all of the time. Plus I've got very little respect for a man whose son hangs himself on a Tuesday and he coaches a football team the next Sunday. Then tries to come off as some kind of leader of young men.

I know most people buy into what Tony is selling and most will disagree with me. But this is just the way I feel on this subject.
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Yes, Monte Kiffin was a great DC and Dungy should get credit for hiring him.

Tell me more about Dungy's defense in Indy without Kiffin? Dungy did build a great team in Tampa and should get credit for that. However he should get very little credit for what was accomplished in Indy. In fact he held that franchise back with his conservative ways. Remember Peyton waving the punt team off of the field several times? Clearly Peyton was in charge of that team. Dungy was along for the ride.

I don't get why everybody in the media kisses Dungy's butt all of the time. Plus I've got very little respect for a man whose son hangs himself on a Tuesday and he coaches a football team the next Sunday. Then tries to come off as some kind of leader of young men.

I know most people buy into what Tony is selling and most will disagree with me. But this is just the way I feel on this subject.
WTF are u talking about? If you remember anything about those Colts teams during that time it was that it was the offense & Manning who let them down come playoff time. & the year that they did win it all..it was his defense that stepped up big....in the divisional round against KC (held Johnson to 50 yds total rushing), the AFC champ (sealed the game with a late pick of Brady) and in the SB (INT return of Grossman to seal it).

Furthermore Kiffin has made a few different stops before & after Dungy & has never come remotely close to being able to reproduce what he helped Dungy with in TB.

As for Dungy.... All he did after TB was draft 3 more DPOY's in Freeney, Mathis & Bob Sanders....by the way, 2 of those guys are going to the HOF as well.

The guy is a leader of men & knows how to pick defensive talent...
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No, because (a) I suspect it has largely run its course and (b) that would mean floating a Dungy thread into the NFL section where lots of people have no idea of the context or why it is being discussed.

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Possessing a quick release and an underrated arm allows Bridgewater to easily make every NFL throw with zip and precision when his footwork is on. Out of the presumptive top five quarterbacks in the 2014 NFL draft (Derek Carr, Blake Bortles, Johnny Manziel, Teddy Bridgewater and Zach Mettenberger), Bridgewater finished second in accuracy when I charted them out (although scouts do have one concern, which I'll delve into below). Excellent football intelligence helped him to be consistently productive against the blitz as he was able to identify where the rush was coming from, make the appropriate read and get rid of the ball quickly and on the mark to the correct receiver. Not only did his accuracy help him to make big plays, but it also made him be a much more efficient passer.

Bridgewater made few mistakes this season (31 touchdowns with only four interceptions) thanks to the aforementioned skills. Few college quarterbacks possess the athleticism to avoid sacks and buy second chances while also having a quick release and the ability to make good throws in nearly any situation. These traits are what allowed Bridgewater to consistently convert third downs into first downs to keep drives alive, something that's often overlooked. When you add up all the great things he does on film and combine that with his smarts, leadership and character, you have nearly the complete package -- which is why many expect the Texans to draft him with the first overall pick. However, there are still a few questions that have been raised.

The first relates to hand size. Scouts that have seen Bridgewater in person have told me that his right hand will measure less than nine inches -- the standard of measurement is from the tip of the thumb to the tip of the pinky on the throwing hand when the hand is pressed down and spread out on a table with a measuring tape on it -- which is basically the minimum that NFL teams consider acceptable. Small hands make it difficult to handle the ball in less than ideal weather conditions and often lead to accuracy and fumbling issues. As an underclassman who entered the draft early, Bridgewater has not been measured by combine scouts yet, which is why the question still persists. Even though some reports claim that NFL teams are also concerned about Bridgewater's general physique, numerous scouts I have spoken to are not worried about this and feel that he will add weight and fill out as most players do once they are in the NFL...
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"What Bridgewater lacks is weight, top-notch arm strength, and deep accuracy. Iím confident that he can improve each of these weaknesses to some degree. Even if he doesnít, his integration of his athleticism, touch, accuracy, and manipulation of defenses within 35 yards of the line of scrimmage should be enough to make him a quality game-day manager who can help a team win... "



From comments on this MB you could supplant Bridgewater with Schaub or McCarron.
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"What Bridgewater lacks is weight, top-notch arm strength, and deep accuracy. Iím confident that he can improve each of these weaknesses to some degree. Even if he doesnít, his integration of his athleticism, touch, accuracy, and manipulation of defenses within 35 yards of the line of scrimmage should be enough to make him a quality game-day manager who can help a team win... "



From comments on this MB you could supplant Bridgewater with Schaub or McCarron.
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Longer radio interview with Teddy... get a better sense of who he is:

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No, because (a) I suspect it has largely run its course and (b) that would mean floating a Dungy thread into the NFL section where lots of people have no idea of the context or why it is being discussed.

But, yes let's get back on topic folks (including myself).
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Hey guys, first time long time, for such a long thread I've yet to see the topic of Teddy's weight be talked about. You guys think there will be an issue?

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I think it was discussed a lot in this thread.... kinda in a waiting pattern until the combine
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Hey guys, first time long time, for such a long thread I've yet to see the topic of Teddy's weight be talked about. You guys think there will be an issue?

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Here's a picture of Teddy telling Strong he's leaving Louisville . As you can see , he's way to thin .

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Here's a picture of Teddy telling Strong he's leaving Louisville . As you can see , he's way to thin .

Isn't this the guy who ended up as Fresg Prince of Bel Aire? whahaaha
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Yes, you you can the "search this thread" function upper right that returns ~90 posts on weight.
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