Re: offensive line woes and willie parker
Originally Posted by tony hipchest
in all fairness to cowher defense is his specialty. and he has loose reigns on his o-coordinaters making the calls.
k wisenhunt....am i missing anyone?
not only does cowher develop alot of players who go on to lucrative contracts, but coaches too.
3 of the afformentionned have been head coaches (wisenhunt will be plucked soon- but he is going through a sophmore jinx just like ben-SARCASM) r. grimm is the one weve been lucky enough to keep
while were at it lets look at the defensive coaches under cowher who have moved on and became head coaches:
r. zook made it too in the college ranks but barely worth mention
i dont think cowher is one of the worst coaches at anything. (except coaching multiple teams)
I think Cowher's 'eye for talent' is unquestionable - you cant be as consistently competitive as the Steelers without having a talented team.
If the game was played on the chalk board I would back him to win most games - but im afraid when it comes to using a little improvisation - he is all at sea.
Solid game planning allied with a talented, well drilled team is going to get you regular season success more often than not - the problem is - when you get to the playoffs (esp. in the AFC) all the teams have this and you need a little something extra to make it to the big game - either that or get a transfer to the NFC!
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