Very Nice. I think another Good one has to be Chuck Noll. What a Legend. What an Employment Record!! His ability to Win in the 70's with the Steelers and get Four (4) Super Bowl titles and have that record untouched is Incredible to me. Being with the Steelers from '69-'91 is also very commendable.
Coach Noll gets little acknowledgement but is still one of Greats to Ever Coach.
"This Game is Not For the Faint of Heart" --Bill Parcells
Steve Belichick (Hoodie's Dad), I don't care if he was not NFL. Papa Bear. Ditka. Cowher. Noll. Shula. Parcells. Lombardi. Lambeau. Stram. The Ryans. Bum.
Above all, despite some of the stories I have heard and read, I'll still take Papa Bear at number #1. Of course I'm biased.
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"I don't believe in a lot of things, but I believe in duct tape."-Miles on "Lost."
Steve Belichik's indoor, offseason workouts, was the toughest thing I've ever done. Guys would throw up on the gym floor.
Tony Dungy and not only cause he is a former coach of the Bucs.Mr.Dungy was a guy who his off field exploits might exceed his on-field ones.He was a man first and a coach second. Was always there to showcase that no matter how big football is to you, there are always more important things out there. You might not always agree with his views but he knew he was a role model and not only lived up to it but surpassed it.
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