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Old 01-25-2007, 10:32 PM   #11
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Pardon me for a second here but that is un=F***ing believable. Noll is the only coach with 4 rings and he doesn't get the HC position? I know half the NFL plays the freaking "West Coast" offense BS, but come on!

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Walsh was the better coach because he had less to work with. One of the members in here felt that the Steelers kicking team from the 70s was even better then the Steelers regular ofensive and defensive teams now. Very high praise indeed. I suspect the Patriots regular units could beat your old kicking team though.
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Old 01-25-2007, 11:09 PM   #12
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They got the starter right at MLB. Nobody is better then Jack Lambert. But Ray Lewis as the backup? What a f'ing joke. What about Willie Lanier or Ray Nitschke? They both played two Super Bowls where Ray Lewis only played in one. Plus I would take Mike Singletary over Ray-Ray. When will people stop over-rating Ray Lewis?
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Old 01-26-2007, 12:20 AM   #13
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They got the starter right at MLB. Nobody is better then Jack Lambert. But Ray Lewis as the backup? What a f'ing joke. What about Willie Lanier or Ray Nitschke? They both played two Super Bowls where Ray Lewis only played in one. Plus I would take Mike Singletary over Ray-Ray. When will people stop over-rating Ray Lewis?
I agree - think of all the great MLBs to ever play in the Superbowl - what about Carson from the Giants also played in 2 and he's a HOfer and he's better than Lewis - or Howley from the Cowboys - got the MVP even though he was a defensive player on the losing team - also better than Ray-Ray..
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Walsh was the better coach because he had less to work with. One of the members in here felt that the Steelers kicking team from the 70s was even better then the Steelers regular ofensive and defensive teams now. Very high praise indeed. I suspect the Patriots regular units could beat your old kicking team though.

You know who had even less than Walsh to work with? And He won 3 SB's too?

You cant compare the talent level between the 70's Steelers and this era Patriots. And the 2001 Patriots winning the SB was probably the best coaching job EVER.

Bill Belichick got robbed!! He definatly should have been named HC with Noll and Walsh humble assistants.

When the game is over they can carry him off the field as the look up to their mighty king.
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They got the starter right at MLB. Nobody is better then Jack Lambert. But Ray Lewis as the backup? What a f'ing joke. What about Willie Lanier or Ray Nitschke? They both played two Super Bowls where Ray Lewis only played in one. Plus I would take Mike Singletary over Ray-Ray. When will people stop over-rating Ray Lewis?
Nobody else had Ray's killer instinct.
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BAH! Noll will always be screwed because "he had all the talent". *finger* to that. Who coached "all that talent" to play hard and to never accept losing?

I'm done with this thread. It's pissing me off too much.
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BAH! Noll will always be screwed because "he had all the talent". *finger* to that. Who coached "all that talent" to play hard and to never accept losing?

I'm done with this thread. It's pissing me off too much.
Not to mention who drafted and put all that talent together to begin with?
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I don't understand, did they expect Noll to win 6 or even 7 SB's?????

You have to be kidding, look at the teams we beat through those years, Oakland, Miami, Houston and then the best from the NFC (Cowboys)!!!!!!!! Hell if it was'nt for Noll then Landry would have more then likely won a couple of more and he would be coaching this so called team.

I would put that crop of AFC contenders up against any of the NFC teams in the 80's or 90's and especially those walsh years.
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I don't understand, did they expect Noll to win 6 or even 7 SB's?????

You have to be kidding, look at the teams we beat through those years, Oakland, Miami, Houston and then the best from the NFC (Cowboys)!!!!!!!! Hell if it was'nt for Noll then Landry would have more then likely won a couple of more and he would be coaching this so called team.

I would put that crop of AFC contenders up against any of the NFC teams in the 80's or 90's and especially those walsh years.
dude forget Noll - I just want to tell you how much I appreciate your avatar - I thought I was the only one
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'Walsh had less to work with' - what an intelligent statement that is - the 49ers from that era were loaded - before free agency hit and all the salary cap stuff, the 49ers were becoming the New York Yankees of the NFL.....
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