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#90 : January 05, 2009, 08:05:50 PM

Good post, HughC.

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#91 : January 05, 2009, 08:53:57 PM

so we should make a move for andy reid, eh?  never had a one and done.

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#92 : January 05, 2009, 09:09:29 PM

so we should make a move for andy reid, eh?  never had a one and done.

Please, no!  Bring on a coach who knows how to run the damn ball!


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#93 : January 06, 2009, 12:06:25 AM

another none and done for Gruden

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#94 : January 06, 2009, 12:43:16 AM

Only a non-Bucs fan would post THAT.
What Bucs fan would rub it in the faces of other Bucs fans? Again, you'll change the criteria depending on what he accomplishes.
When the Bucs won the division, it was 'Who cares, a bad division...'
When they lost playoff games, you upped it to that. When they finally win a playoff game, you'll up it again to conference, Super Bowl or even REPEAT.
The nice thing about your hatred is that it goes on ad infinitum and you have plenty of pals, BuccanAy.


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#95 : January 06, 2009, 11:05:16 AM

Cowher 1 for 10
Dungy 1 for 11

How do you see it? Glorified exits aren't remembered.
My point was in regards to your original post:
"That makes three in the last four years(with a HOF QB) and six in his career. 
He is almost in Bill Cowher's class of playoff ineptness."

Let me clarify; I wasn't saying that Cowher was a great post-season coach - although he does have a winning record in the post-season.  From what you wrote - 'almost in Cowher's class of ineptness' - I took it that you implied that Cowher was worse than Dungy, and I disagree.  Based on their playoff records and the number of one-and-dones, I would say that Cowher was a better playoff coach than Dungy.  In addition, in many of those losses Dungy's team entered the season and/or playoff game as favorites; probably more often than Cowher's teams did.  Therefore, in my opinion it is Dungy who is the gold standard of under achievement in the post season; not Cowher.

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#96 : January 06, 2009, 02:12:12 PM

I'm a little biased considering I came from Baltimore and dislike both teams for obvious reasons. :D

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#97 : January 07, 2009, 01:27:56 AM

Aaahh, I suddenly completely understand your viewpoint!   ;D
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