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#45 : January 01, 2012, 10:45:52 AM

Marty is too old to chest bump.

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#46 : January 01, 2012, 11:17:01 AM

Hire the geriatric "Mr. Cliche"......???

Worst idea (again) ever...  I've shown you Marty's less-than-stellar career numbers.

Great X's & O's guy, but suffered from "Dungyitis"............   (Can't get a team "over the hump"...)

Has NEVER gotten ANY of his teams a Superbowl ring.

With ALL of the coaching vacancies, over the past couple of seasons...  IF any team thought Marty was worth his weight in salt - wouldn't he have been snatched up in a heart beat?

ALL 32 teams passed on him, for years now, for a reason.  He's a dinosaur Chron............


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#47 : January 01, 2012, 11:32:21 AM

what were you saying.... i ....... got .... distracted.........


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#48 : January 01, 2012, 11:37:23 AM


Great X's & O's guy,  (Can't get a team "over the hump"...)

Has NEVER gotten ANY of his teams a Superbowl ring.




Um, coaches who WIN Super Bowls don't do it with their 2nd team.
I don't believe either one of us knows if Schott was ever really wanting to coach in the past few years.

And, hell, he WON with his Coaching gig in 2011. Give him a schott!! He's MONEY.


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#49 : January 01, 2012, 11:39:25 AM

The thing with any of the "recycled" that have been mentioned from Fisher, Schott, Turner, Sherman and whatnot is that they all have "issues". The thing is they are all pros, they know to to run a team and at least get it working and playing like a professional team. From what we know right now we're not even at that point so any of them makes sense just from that stand point alone. I think we're a lot further down that some people know right now. I suspect we're missing a lot of basics from a professional team not just X and O type issues.

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#50 : January 01, 2012, 11:43:21 AM

wholeheartedly agree Dalbuc.


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#51 : January 01, 2012, 12:59:53 PM

The thing with any of the "recycled" that have been mentioned from Fisher, Schott, Turner, Sherman and whatnot is that they all have "issues". The thing is they are all pros, they know to to run a team and at least get it working and playing like a professional team. From what we know right now we're not even at that point so any of them makes sense just from that stand point alone. I think we're a lot further down that some people know right now. I suspect we're missing a lot of basics from a professional team not just X and O type issues.



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#52 : January 02, 2012, 02:38:05 PM

Probably won't happen... but the guy is MONEY on making players a TEAM. Which is what we need here.

Glazers,

Hire

MARTY

SCHOTTENHEIMER !!!


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#53 : January 02, 2012, 06:16:23 PM

Chest Bump!



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#54 : January 02, 2012, 09:44:28 PM

Hire the geriatric "Mr. Cliche"......???

Worst idea (again) ever...  I've shown you Marty's less-than-stellar career numbers.

Great X's & O's guy, but suffered from "Dungyitis"............   (Can't get a team "over the hump"...)

Has NEVER gotten ANY of his teams a Superbowl ring.

With ALL of the coaching vacancies, over the past couple of seasons...  IF any team thought Marty was worth his weight in salt - wouldn't he have been snatched up in a heart beat?

ALL 32 teams passed on him, for years now, for a reason.  He's a dinosaur Chron............

News flash, Colts, Dungy win Superbowl. Someone who wasn't a total idiot gave him a chance.

Here is part of the press clipping:
The victory secured the Colts their inaugural Super Bowl title since moving from Baltimore to Indianapolis in 1984. The Baltimore Colts won the Super Bowl in 1971.

This game also featured two African-American head coaches, a Super Bowl milestone. It was the Colts' Tony Dungy who emerged victorious over Lovie Smith, his Chicago counterpart and close friend.

"I'm proud to be the first African-American coach to win this," Dungy said during the trophy ceremony. "But again, more than anything, Lovie Smith and I are not only African-American but also Christian coaches, showing you can do it the Lord's way. We're more proud of that."

Dungy also joined Mike Ditka and Tom Flores as the only men to win Super Bowl titles as both players and coaches. Dungy was a backup safety for the championship Pittsburgh Steelers 28 years ago.

Rainy weather, Manning's skill will be remembered


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#55 : January 02, 2012, 09:49:12 PM


Worst idea (again) ever...  I've shown you Marty's less-than-stellar career numbers.


Where is that? Marty has some of the best career numbers among all head coaches of all-time.

Put down the crack pipe, dude.

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#56 : January 02, 2012, 09:52:56 PM

he was a great coach...but at 70 years old?

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#57 : January 02, 2012, 09:53:20 PM

Marty sealed his fate when he chose Grbac over Gannon. 


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#58 : January 02, 2012, 09:55:32 PM

he was a great coach...but at 70 years old?

He is 68 and turns 69 on September 23.

At least we would be able to put that Yungry BS to rest.

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#59 : January 02, 2012, 10:01:25 PM

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