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Old 07-08-2012, 11:14 PM   #1
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Power Ranking Every Coaching Staff Heading into the 2012 NFL Season

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http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...season/page/31

3. Pittsburgh Steelers

Head Coach: Mike Tomlin

Offensive Coordinator: Todd Haley

Defensive Coordinator: Dick LeBeau

Other Notables: Carnell Lake (DB) and Keith Butler (LB)

What the Pittsburgh Steelers have built in terms of head coaches over the course of the last half century is just plain crazy. They have had a total of three coaches man the sidelines since the 1969 season.

For comparison sake, the Oakland Raiders have had just as many coaches since the midway point of the 2008 season.

That really isn't even the point here. Mike Tomlin has built one of the best coaching staffs in the league. Todd Haley comes over as the offensive coordinator after serving as the Kansas City Chiefs' head coach for the last two-plus seasons. He is an immediate upgrade over Bruce Arians.
(A moron who failed his test to be an idiot would have been an upgrade from the Airhead and Todd Haley is not a idiot. - mesa)

Hall of Fame defensive back Dick LeBeau rounds out one of the best coaching staffs in the NFL. His defenses have finished in the top 10 in total yards in each of the last eight seasons.
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He puts SF #1. That's enough critique of the article.
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Power Ranking Every Coaching Staff Heading into the 2012 NFL Season

By
Vincent Frank
(Featured Columnist) on July 6, 2012
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1...season/page/31

3. Pittsburgh Steelers

Head Coach: Mike Tomlin

Offensive Coordinator: Todd Haley

Defensive Coordinator: Dick LeBeau

Other Notables: Carnell Lake (DB) and Keith Butler (LB)

What the Pittsburgh Steelers have built in terms of head coaches over the course of the last half century is just plain crazy. They have had a total of three coaches man the sidelines since the 1969 season.

For comparison sake, the Oakland Raiders have had just as many coaches since the midway point of the 2008 season.

That really isn't even the point here. Mike Tomlin has built one of the best coaching staffs in the league. Todd Haley comes over as the offensive coordinator after serving as the Kansas City Chiefs' head coach for the last two-plus seasons. He is an immediate upgrade over Bruce Arians.
(A moron who failed his test to be an idiot would have been an upgrade from the Airhead and Todd Haley is not a idiot. - mesa)
Hall of Fame defensive back Dick LeBeau rounds out one of the best coaching staffs in the NFL. His defenses have finished in the top 10 in total yards in each of the last eight seasons.
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He puts SF #1. That's enough critique of the article.
indeed , putting people who have actually hoisted a championship trophy behind a guy who has never even been in the BIG game is just moronic.
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49ers = Ravens of the NFC - one step away and then they choke again just you watch

Harbaugh won't be with SF in 3 seasons mark my words
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indeed , putting people who have actually hoisted a championship trophy behind a guy who has never even been in the BIG game is just moronic.
Not to mention someone who benefited from playing in the NFC West and a third place schedule. Harbaugh and his staff did a good job last year but let's see how they do with a first place schedule and actually get to a SB before we say they have the best staff in the league. Anyhow, I think the article neglected John Mitchell who has been D-line coach here for a while and Tomlin's Asst head coach. Scotty Montegomery the WR coach is also deserving of props considering the development of Wallace, Brown, and Sanders.
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He puts SF #1. That's enough critique of the article.
The description of the 49ers coaches includes this gem

No one can seriously question that the 49ers' coaching staff belongs No. 1 on this list.

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Even 49ers fans probably are still questioning it....idiot lol
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