Originally Posted by HemiEd
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.
Yeah, they had good pieces on the offense and a servicable enough defense. The thing I liked about Vermeil was he always had a plan and backed it up with stats. That guy knew about every stat imaginable that had to do with winning. I loved his theory on needing 3 things to win; QB, LT, and RB. If only we had Lovie Smith calling the D here instead of G-Rob things may have worked out like they did in St. Louis.