Originally Posted by steeltheone
Peyton Manning is probably one of the greatest QB's of our time....To win 1 SuperBowl with him in 8 years does not scream great coach.
That's one way to look at it, but not a logical one. With Manning in the game the Colts win games, when he's out, they lose games. This screams lack of talent of either side of the ball to support Manning, and that doesn't fall on the coach. The coaches money doesn't buy talent, he just uses the cards he's dealt. Tony Dungy was a good coach, and his team won a Super Bowl.
I guess Tomlin's Super Bowl win as a head coach didn't matter because he inherited Cowhers team, right?
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