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Old 06-23-2007, 08:58 PM   #11
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i'll give you the best HC and a top 2 qb, but claiming the best ol coach is way to homeristic. nobody but the most die hard patfans even know who he is....
How many fans do you actually think could name an offensive line coach from another team? I bet most fans couldn't even name their own offensive line coach.
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Old 06-23-2007, 09:16 PM   #12
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thats right, the pats are only held hostage by safeties, wr's and cornerbacks

i'll give you the best HC and a top 2 qb, but claiming the best ol coach is way to homeristic. nobody but the most die hard patfans even know who he is....

theyve never even led in any statistical category. thats like saying the 49ers ol coach and unit was better than joe bugel and the "hogs". so anyways, if mr. whoever is so great we can expect him to be a head coaching candidate next season?
Im basing this purely on the success he has had from a bunch of who-dat linemen who barely made the draft. Dan Koppen is probably the 2nd best C in the game (behind Saturday) and he was a 5th rounder who got coached up.

We have had a steady exodus of O-linemen who haven't really set the world alight elsewhere - the guys we pick suit a scheme we build around them - thats down to Dante.

As far as HC'ing goes im hoping he's a little too old for that - he'll be 60 sometime soon.
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How many fans do you actually think could name an offensive line coach from another team? I bet most fans couldn't even name their own offensive line coach.
certain guys like gibbs and grimm were definitely well known, and of course bugel. even i knew slater was coaching the raiders last year. l. zeirlein has already made quite a name for himself

but its true, most casual fans cant even name the offensive or defensive coordinators of other teams. i just find it funny that now we are learning brady is just a product of the finest line and line coach in the nfl
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certain guys like gibbs and grimm were definitely well known, and of course bugel. even i knew slater was coaching the raiders last year. l. zeirlein has already made quite a name for himself

but its true, most casual fans cant even name the offensive or defensive coordinators of other teams. i just find it funny that now we are learning brady is just a product of the finest line and line coach in the nfl
Thats way out of line, Hipchest.
























Brady's clearly a product of Adam Vinatieri!
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Brady's clearly a product of Adam Vinatieri!
was a product of vinatieri.

now manning is the product of him... although manning didnt actually need a fg to win the big one
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was a product of vinatieri.

now manning is the product of him... although manning didnt actually need a fg to win the big one
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I'm sorry, but I think this article is way out of line. In fact, it doesn't even make sense. This guy is ranking a bunch of teams who lost players based on hunches and hopes.
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I'm sorry, but I think this article is way out of line. In fact, it doesn't even make sense. This guy is ranking a bunch of teams who lost players based on hunches and hopes.
Because it'd make alot more sense if we waited until after the season to read what he thought, right?

Gimme 8 months and i'll tell you my favorite for the 2007 SB is.
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Because it'd make alot more sense if we waited until after the season to read what he thought, right?

Gimme 8 months and i'll tell you my favorite for the 2007 SB is.
I think it'd make a lot more sense if he even knew what the depth charts looked like before he tried to make this "educated" guess. How about waiting until training camp at least? A Bengal G will probably be arrested before then. A Redskin C might get shot in the groin with a paintball. The whole Browns OL core could suffer career ending injuries walking around the first practice. Picking how QB's will fare in the upcoming season makes a little sense. This, however, is retarded.
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I think it'd make a lot more sense if he even knew what the depth charts looked like before he tried to make this "educated" guess. How about waiting until training camp at least? A Bengal G will probably be arrested before then. A Redskin C might get shot in the groin with a paintball. The whole Browns OL core could suffer career ending injuries walking around the first practice. Picking how QB's will fare in the upcoming season makes a little sense. This, however, is retarded.
very solid point! faneca may be a holdout who knows if okobi will start,and know one is sure where thier even trying to plug mahan at.
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