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Old 01-14-2007, 01:04 AM   #1
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Default Cowher coaches Peyton Manning???

no hes not gonna go to the colts, but...

one of mannings post raven game quotes:

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"i dont think about the destination anymore, im just gonna enjoy the journey"
cowher always preached these words to the steelers and even repeated them in his final retirement press conference last friday. (i posted the transcripts if anyone wants to check).

coincidence? i think not.

maybe cowher gave tony dungy a call mid week to "wish him luck" against the ravens. after all, the colts were doubted going into this game just like the steelers were doubted going into the colts house last year.

anyone doubt that cowher would do this? (he always showed the utmost respect for t. dungy) just listen to cowhers post game comments to marvin lewis at mid-field, on new years eve, when he tells the losing coach "youre a great coach, if you ever need anything, im just a phone call away"

what a great coach and what a classy guy.

as far as football goes, im sure nothing made cowher happier today, than seeing his c0cky adversary being knocked out of the playoffs.
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Default Re: Cowher coaches Peyton Manning???

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what a great coach and what a classy guy.

as far as football goes, im sure nothing made cowher happier today, than seeing his c0cky adversary being knocked out of the playoffs.
Absolutely. Probably even more than he enjoyed sinking Cincys ship in OT...in the jungle.
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