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Postby davidmarver » Mon Sep 15, 2008 5:09 pm

knapplc wrote:If Norv can get you to the playoffs. He's doing his best to bungle the job already.

knapplc wrote:You're not real familiar with Norv's coaching career, are you david? :-b

knapplc wrote:OK. Keep drinking that kool-aid. ;-D

Fantastic evidence on why Norv Turner is a horrible coach, knapplc. ;-D
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Re: NFL influencing outcomes?

Postby kptBALL » Mon Sep 15, 2008 6:33 pm

How awesome of a coach was he with the niners or the raiders?

Anyway, it is unfortunate for the messed up calls but the refs didn't paralyze the charger d to let the td and 2-point convey to go through O:-)
The chargers aren't as hurt as some other teams out there (hawks !+) ). The season is still early, theres a whole lot of football left ;-D


GO HAWKS ;-D
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Re: NFL influencing outcomes?

Postby aaawall91 » Mon Sep 15, 2008 6:53 pm

kptBALL wrote:How awesome of a coach was he with the niners or the raiders?


I think that's his point, it isn't about what he did before SD.

Bellicheck is a good example, as are most coaches who are good. They find a place that fits and they ride it out.

Take Marvin Lewis for a future example, he hasn't been the best in Cincy, but after he leaves I could see him eventually being a head coach somewhere else and having success. and people won't be saying, "man why did we hire him? he is going to make our defense sooo bad."

regardless if I agree about Norv I think people often overlook what matters and buy into things that don't.
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Re: NFL influencing outcomes?

Postby kptBALL » Tue Sep 16, 2008 7:24 pm

aaawall91 wrote:
kptBALL wrote:How awesome of a coach was he with the niners or the raiders?


I think that's his point, it isn't about what he did before SD.

Bellicheck is a good example, as are most coaches who are good. They find a place that fits and they ride it out.

Take Marvin Lewis for a future example, he hasn't been the best in Cincy, but after he leaves I could see him eventually being a head coach somewhere else and having success. and people won't be saying, "man why did we hire him? he is going to make our defense sooo bad."

regardless if I agree about Norv I think people often overlook what matters and buy into things that don't.



So what about Parcells in Miami? For some reason they have winning record this season, it's not because of him?
I understand what your saying about how a coach can mesh well with a team, but if the team was ALREADY good, he still gets credit?
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