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Old 01-03-2008, 04:43 PM   #16
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The only one that doesn't make sense to me is Gruden.
Tampa won the NFC South with 9 wins after going 4-12 last year...5 game swing and a division crown isn't too bad.

If we want to play that numbers game...Gibbs did the same thing. However, the Skins finished 3rd in a much tougher division.
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Old 01-03-2008, 04:43 PM   #17
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I'm sorry, but I'm in the minority here and do not think he should have been named coach of the year. The guy cheated, got slapped with the biggest fine on a coach in the history of the league, and cost his team a 1st round pick, not to mention his other acts of class.

Giving Belichick the COY award is like giving an Pulitzer to an author who plagiarized parts of someone else's book. In the absence of the cheating scandal, Belichick undoubtedly deserves it. In light of the cheating scandal, he doesn't.
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Old 01-03-2008, 04:53 PM   #18
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i love reading all the gibbs got robbed crap because a redskin didn't win something. Lets see, Belichick went undefeated, and rightfully won the coach of the year. McCarthy(green bay, probably spelled the name wrong) went 13-3 with a team that was 8-8 last season, Wade Philips went 13-3 with a team that couldn't win more than 9 or 10 games with a hall of fame coach - Gibbs on the other hand, if the decision was made for the last 4 weeks, then yeah i guess you can give him some votes. but the over all season evaluation does not warrant him getting any more votes or votes at all over the guys that were named. Romeo should have gotten votes before Joe - 10-6 in cleveland?? thats pretty freaking remarkable. and Jeff fisher - 10-6 with a talentless titans team. Stop freaking out everytime someone from the Redskins isn't given something or given "props"

with our payroll, players and coaches, we should have certainly been better than our final record. with that said, the records go back to 0-0 this weekend, so HAIL SKINS, lets whip some seattle ass!
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Old 01-03-2008, 04:58 PM   #19
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well sports illustrated what can you really say other than that.
SI finest stand out and i,ll leave it at that..let the voters vote and the writers write.

gibbs has already owned that award a few years and would be nice to get it again but i,ll take another superbowl ring in a year or two,if not this year.
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Old 01-03-2008, 05:03 PM   #20
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i love reading all the gibbs got robbed crap because a redskin didn't win something. Lets see, Belichick went undefeated, and rightfully won the coach of the year. McCarthy(green bay, probably spelled the name wrong) went 13-3 with a team that was 8-8 last season, Wade Philips went 13-3 with a team that couldn't win more than 9 or 10 games with a hall of fame coach - Gibbs on the other hand, if the decision was made for the last 4 weeks, then yeah i guess you can give him some votes. but the over all season evaluation does not warrant him getting any more votes or votes at all over the guys that were named. Romeo should have gotten votes before Joe - 10-6 in cleveland?? thats pretty freaking remarkable. and Jeff fisher - 10-6 with a talentless titans team. Stop freaking out everytime someone from the Redskins isn't given something or given "props"

with our payroll, players and coaches, we should have certainly been better than our final record. with that said, the records go back to 0-0 this weekend, so HAIL SKINS, lets whip some seattle ass!
I think Bleed made it clear that he wasn't bitching, just saying he felt that Gibbs deserved at least one vote. Hard to argue against that really, I think.
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Old 01-03-2008, 05:09 PM   #21
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total crap...this guy cheats and is fined and even docked a 1st round pick and still gets the coach of the year?

It is all about W and L, nothing about integrity or character....obviously.
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Old 01-03-2008, 06:22 PM   #22
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Belichick shouldn't get it for the simple fact that he cheated. I don't care if it didn't really change the team from going 16-0. He cheated. Case closed. I'm for the asterisk.
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Old 01-03-2008, 07:15 PM   #23
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I dont understand how BB didnt get all 50 votes. He did something that has not been done in a long, long, long time, going undefeated in the regular season.

It a regular season award, he was perfect in the regular season. This was the biggest no brainer in the history of awards.
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Old 01-03-2008, 07:18 PM   #24
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I dont understand how BB didnt get all 50 votes. He did something that has not been done in a long, long, long time, going undefeated in the regular season.

It a regular season award, he was perfect in the regular season. This was the biggest no brainer in the history of awards.
Maybe because he's a royal a-hole?
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Old 01-03-2008, 08:02 PM   #25
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If the requirements to be coach of the year are defined as being an arrogant self absorbed jerk. A coach who promotes poor sportsmanship and disdain for professionalism. Openly participating in disgusting schemes to cheat, and showing malice and contempt for the authorities of the league.

Then yes, they gave it to the right man. (and he should have gotten all 50 votes)
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Old 01-03-2008, 08:12 PM   #26
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I'm not suprised, he may be the biggest a-hole in the league but he deserves recognition for going 16-0.
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Old 01-03-2008, 08:44 PM   #27
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not a chance this went to anyone else...
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Old 01-04-2008, 09:10 AM   #28
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Maybe because he's a royal a-hole?
Can I assume you think it ok for a voter to with hold a vote because he doesnt like a guy no matter how deserving of the award the guy is?

I guess I dont know the guy to know for sure if he's really an a-hole or not. He isnt the most warm person on the field or to the media but thats the public persona and the private person are not necessarily the same.
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Can I assume you think it ok for a voter to with hold a vote because he doesnt like a guy no matter how deserving of the award the guy is?

I guess I dont know the guy to know for sure if he's really an a-hole or not. He isnt the most warm person on the field or to the media but thats the public persona and the private person are not necessarily the same.
I never said it was ok, just throwing out a reason why some people might not have voted for him. Right or wrong, some voters might take those sort of things in to account.
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Old 01-04-2008, 09:44 AM   #30
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Where is the integrity in the NFL? 16-0 is hands down the best coach-of-the-year bullet on a resume and I understand it would be difficult to discount that fact in the voting.

Yes, without a doubt, Gibbs should have been considered. With all the adversity the Skins faced this season, more than any other team they needed leadership and Gibbs provided it more than admirably. And to land a playoff spot when most pre-season predictions said the Skins would finish sub .500 only leads to that credence. That is the only reason McCarthy was second in the voting. Sports writers simply projected an 8-8 season for Green Bay and they exceeded expectations. Well so did the Redskins under MUCH more adverse conditions than that of Green Bay. No disrespect to Mike McCarthy intended.

But I asked where is the integrity? When a player breaks the rules in the regular season, he is NOT allowed to attend the Pro Bowl no matter what his accomplishments. Then WHY oh WHY is a coach, who is CAUGHT cheating even considered for this honor.

Another indication of exactly WHO Roger Goodell really works for...the owners. Not for the players.
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