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#30 : February 09, 2010, 06:44:44 PM

You lamers should be happy a team in your division won the superbowl. Now the Bucs get 2 shots at the superbowl champion next year. Don't be so petty. Just because your team is horrible beyond compare doesn't mean you can't be happy for other teams that have a coach who learned all he knew from Gruden.
That is bullcrap. Gruden never took chances like that offsides kick off.

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#31 : February 09, 2010, 06:45:34 PM

Raheem Morris.  Dat's Who.


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#32 : February 09, 2010, 07:28:28 PM

Sean Payton learned NOTHING from Gruden. This is a freakin joke. Have they shared some insights? Sure. But Payton is well known as a PARCELLS guy, NEVER a Gruden guy. Matter of fact, the only guy out of a Gruden coaching tree to get a head coaching job was Bill Callahan and he took over for Gruden almost by default.

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#33 : February 09, 2010, 07:40:31 PM

Sean Payton learned NOTHING from Gruden. This is a freakin joke. Have they shared some insights? Sure. But Payton is well known as a PARCELLS guy, NEVER a Gruden guy. Matter of fact, the only guy out of a Gruden coaching tree to get a head coaching job was Bill Callahan and he took over for Gruden almost by default.

Obviously, you are too lazy to read the link already posted by bucfannut, so I'll post the entire article here for you.

http://blogs.tampabay.com/bucs/2010/02/saints-coach-sean-payton-credits-former-bucs-coach-jon-gruden.html

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Saints coach Sean Payton credits former Bucs coach Jon Gruden

Saints coach Sean Payton took a long road to taking over an NFL club.

Along the way, he got a shot to grow under the tutelage of former Bucs coach Jon Gruden while serving as the Eagles' quarterbacks coach. Gruden was the offensive coordinator at the time.

Payton reflected on those days this week as he prepares for the Super Bowl here in South Florida.

"It was my first opportunity in the NFL and it gave me a chance really to learn," Payton said. "Ray Rhodes was the head coach, but Jon Gruden and Bill Callahan were the guys who were responsible for me getting hired there. I learned a lot in a short period of time working with Jon and that offense. It was a foundation for me that I still hold onto.

"It was a little bit like law school. There were a lot of late nights and a lot of early mornings. I learned about preparation. You come out of college and you get into this league, and you realize that there's a lot of football that you don't know. It can be humbling, but yet it was important.

As you might imagine, Payton and Gruden developed a relationship. They remain close to this day.

"He's been a big part of my development," Payton said of Gruden. "When I got hired (in Philadelphia) in '97, just for me to really be a blank tape is what they were looking for, for me to study and learn. It afforded me a great opportunity. He's someone who is a close friend to this day. He spent some time with our players in training camp. He's got a great mind. He's a unique guy and he's very talented. It's just like the relationship I would have with (Bill) Parcells. There's a handful of people in this profession that you try to always stay in touch with them and pick their brain.   Without Gruden, I wouldn't be where I am today.

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#34 : February 09, 2010, 07:50:46 PM

Ill agree about the Colts part, and the underdog Saints winning...

Gru had nothing to do with it...

did you see the game,  Payton is a Gruden clone.

But honestly, why is a new Gruden topic on this board every day? Let it go.

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#35 : February 09, 2010, 08:31:19 PM

Watching the Saints' parade in New Orleans -

Couldn't happen to a better city at a better time after Katrina. Those people really deserve it.

Can you think of another fan base that deserves to have a championship?

I can't.


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#36 : February 09, 2010, 08:42:39 PM

At a better time after Katrina? It happened 5 years ago.

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#37 : February 09, 2010, 08:56:14 PM

yep, the city has time to rebuild - and now enjoy the fruits of the efforts

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#38 : February 10, 2010, 08:10:09 AM

That's ridiculous logic. You get hit by a natural disaster therefore you deserve a Super Bowl?

Fudge New Orleans.

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#39 : February 10, 2010, 05:55:00 PM

Watching the Saints' parade in New Orleans -

Couldn't happen to a better city at a better time after Katrina. Those people really deserve it.

Can you think of another fan base that deserves to have a championship?

I can't.




How about the New York Jets, i mean afterall N.Y. was hit by the largest act of terrorism in the nations history, with no warning. New Orleans had a 3 day advance warning, yes it was tragic, but 9-11 was worse. But that story isn't  worth mentioning is it? chump


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#40 : February 10, 2010, 06:06:25 PM

New York winning after the 9/11 would have also been a feel-good story just like New Orleans winnning. The Saints played its games in San Antonio and Baton Rouge. Their stadium was used as a morgue.

Can Jet fans say the same?

I do believe the Yankees have had championships since 9/11 haven't they? Particularly 2001.

Chump?

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#41 : February 10, 2010, 06:09:24 PM

That's ridiculous logic. You get hit by a natural disaster therefore you deserve a Super Bowl?

Fudge New Orleans.

The people of that city went through a living hell.

You obviously don't understand.

Maybe some day you can suffer the same to see how they felt.

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#42 : February 10, 2010, 06:24:03 PM

That's ridiculous logic. You get hit by a natural disaster therefore you deserve a Super Bowl?

Fudge New Orleans.

The people of that city went through a living hell.

You obviously don't understand.

Maybe some day you can suffer the same to see how they felt.

And then we'll get a Super Bowl. Or do we already owe one and now we have to have two natural disasters?



When does Haiti get their Super Bowl victory?

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#43 : February 10, 2010, 06:27:09 PM

more stupidity ::)

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#44 : February 10, 2010, 06:35:02 PM

New York winning after the 9/11 would have also been a feel-good story just like New Orleans winnning. The Saints played its games in San Antonio and Baton Rouge. Their stadium was used as a morgue.

Can Jet fans say the same?

I do believe the Yankees have had championships since 9/11 haven't they? Particularly 2001.

Chump?

It was 5 years ago.........move on. That city is a pig sty and other than Mardi Gras there was no attraction to see there. I was in new Orleans for their second home game in the dome after it re-opened ( vs the Bucs ), and let me tell you something about what I saw. A bunch of arrogant, rude people who felt like the world owed them a pitty party. I had beer thrown at me for wearing a Bucs jersey, food thrown at my wife before the game even started because she was a Bucs fan. We had to get escorted out of the stadium by the police from the big ass fight that broke out. Oh and what everyone fails to mention is that  those precious Saints tried to move to San Antonio  after katrina but got denied by the NFL.  Where's the thank you to people like Aaron Brooks, Jay bellamy, Donte stallworth, will smith, michael lewis and the rest of the team who played hard and weathered the storm and grinded for that city in the 2005 season? No, they credit Reggie Bush, Drew Brees, Colston, shockey..all people who werent there  when this tragedy happened. That city boo'd the team when they were losing instead of emracing them, but when they started wining fans came out of the woodwork.

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