Originally Posted by BigCatDaddy
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.
I can't argue with any of that. I have been roasted on here for it repeatedly, but I loved DVs leadership style.
Due to that, he was able to get the most out of a lot of players as long as they weren't rookies, kickers or on defense.
Dante Hall, Eddie Kennison, Trent Green were all examples of overachievers due to DV leadership.
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."