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Old 02-06-2017, 09:21 AM
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When a FG would probably put the game away, well within range, Shanahan decides to call two pass plays with disastrous results. . As much head as Shanahan has received this year I have to re-think my assessment of him.
Did I read that last sentence correctly?
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Say what you want about them, and I hate them as much as anyone who posts on this board, but they have a head coach that knows what he's doing.
Belicheater is no doubt one of the best coaches ever but is it because of Brady or is it because of him?
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Old 02-06-2017, 05:04 PM
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Belicheater is no doubt one of the best coaches ever but is it because of Brady or is it because of him?
its a combination but more so bill. he has complete control of whats going on there. they keep on chugging even with brady out. they could very well spin garapalo into some nice draft pics. there may be some drop off when brady retires, but if they keep their course they will probably do well with another QB.

also, when bill retires from coaching he could very well just slip into an exec role (pres of football opertions), have one of his minions do the daily grind of coaching but essentially still be controlling the team.
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Old 02-06-2017, 07:16 PM
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Belicheater is no doubt one of the best coaches ever but is it because of Brady or is it because of him?
It's Bill, It's always been Bill.

I am honestly very curious to see how Brady's career arc goes. I think he's smart enough to realize he's gotten as far as he has because he's always had the best, most innovative coaching staff in the league.

Guys like Montana, Favre, Manning - They all eventually moved on from their original team and continued to play elite level football for some time for the next team they played with. Manning is obviously the most impressive example because he managed to reach Two championships with Denver and actually win one. I know Montana got close, and I will never forget the Referees screwing Minnesota out of their opportunity with favre against New Orleans.

Belichick was a great coach before Brady. Those defenses New York used to have were fucking horrifying.
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