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 Post subject: Re: In the distant future....
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It seems like elite players never make great coaches. Of the 32 head coaches in the NFL, who was the best pro football player was Mike Munchak, and it's not like he's been doing a great job. In the past ten years, the best pro player among head coaches was probably Mike Singletary, and he was awful running the Niners.


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CHEESE AND RICE, DUDE!

Can we please let the guy play season number two before we elect him Pope?

The Pope gets elected?

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 Post subject: Re: In the distant future....
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It seems like elite players never make great coaches. Of the 32 head coaches in the NFL, who was the best pro football player was Mike Munchak, and it's not like he's been doing a great job. In the past ten years, the best pro player among head coaches was probably MikeSingletary, and he was awful running the Niners.


What about ditka?

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onanygivensunday wrote:
Scottemojo wrote:
CHEESE AND RICE, DUDE!

Can we please let the guy play season number two before we elect him Pope?

The Pope gets elected?

Yep. by a bunch of :tardssmall:

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sadhappy wrote:
Rat wrote:
It seems like elite players never make great coaches. Of the 32 head coaches in the NFL, who was the best pro football player was Mike Munchak, and it's not like he's been doing a great job. In the past ten years, the best pro player among head coaches was probably MikeSingletary, and he was awful running the Niners.


What about ditka?

That was a long time ago, and an anomaly.


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Scottemojo wrote:
onanygivensunday wrote:
Scottemojo wrote:
CHEESE AND RICE, DUDE!

Can we please let the guy play season number two before we elect him Pope?

The Pope gets elected?

Yep. by a bunch of :tardssmall:


LOL.

Hey, for all that quarterbacks are the golden standard of football knowlege and tactical aptitude, have you ever noticed how FEW NFL quarterbacks actually go on to become head coaches? Only two active ones I can think of are Jim Harbaugh (spit) and Gary Kubiac, and neither one of those two were particularly great QB's. I'd say former O-linemen and DB's outnumber former QB's at least 3-1.

And yeah, Russell will be busy being president of the Earth and fighting the Zylons to be a head coach.

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 Post subject: Re: In the distant future....
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Rat wrote:
sadhappy wrote:
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It seems like elite players never make great coaches. Of the 32 head coaches in the NFL, who was the best pro football player was Mike Munchak, and it's not like he's been doing a great job. In the past ten years, the best pro player among head coaches was probably MikeSingletary, and he was awful running the Niners.


What about ditka?

That was a long time ago, and an anomaly.


ok, 1984 was not *that* long ago. You take that back!

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