Originally Posted by BigCatDaddy
Well I figure since Vermeil was able to duplicate the offensive success in KC that he had with the Rams with Al Saunders while Martz ended up bouncing around coordinator and QB coaching jobs the rest of his career after the Bulger years. I mean are we really comparing a guy that took 2 different teams to a Superbowl and a third team to a 13-3 record to Mike Martz?
However, let's be honest here. Their success in St. Louis was primarily due stumbling into having a HOF QB behind center. Warner>Vermeil>Martz
Yep, and the wide receivers weren't too bad either.
I think DV was very good for the team at that time, after the depths it had sunk to during the last years of Marty then Gunther.
Chiefnj2: "Sure it's hard to do, that's why you need an elite QB. Just like its hard to lead your team to a victory from a 4 score deficit. Some guys can do it, others get traded to the Chiefs."