Thread: Football The GM or the Head Coach?
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Old 11-20-2012, 06:56 AM   #72
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This team not drafting a QB, or winning a playoff game in 20 years, isn't the same.
I would argue it is.

Bad teams with franchise QB's have knocked us out of the playoffs every year going back to 94...

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Since 1983, we've had only 2 owners and 3 GMs. That's too small a sample size to call it a "trend".
You can't be ****ing serious.

30 years is too small a sample size?...

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On the other hand, you can take the history of EVERY team and EVERY coach over the course of nearly a century - that's a sample size in the thousands - and not find a single coach that has won a championship with 2 different teams.
Parcells Won a SB.
Won an AFCC game (Patriots.) That's two champ games in two different conferences.
Then took the Jets to the AFCC game.

At this hour I'm not sure about the chronological order there but you get the point...
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