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Old 06-16-2014, 01:12 PM   #76
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Chuck Noll won those 4 SBs with Bradshaw at QB...
He did. He knew how to draft and made a good selection when he took TB.
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He did. He knew how to draft and made a good selection when he took TB.
I agree that Noll knew how to draft, because he built one of the most talented teams the NFL has ever seen, but I was saying that winning those SBs with Bradshaw at QB is another feather in his cap.
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He did. He knew how to draft and made a good selection when he took TB.
Not really ,there was a lot of tension the Steelers also had a QB named terry Hanratty and many thought he should be the starter . He was the #1 pick of the Steelers in 69 ,Bradshaw was in 70 .



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Not really ,there was a lot of tension the Steelers also had a QB named terry Hanratty and many thought he should be the starter . He was the #1 pick of the Steelers in 69 ,Bradshaw was in 70 .



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The fact that Pgh drafted TB when they had Hanratty means they werent sold on Hanratty and TB was splitting time with Hanratty in his rookie year in an era when teams took their time developing QBs. There was some tension early in TBs career because he took a couple of years to develop but by the time they started their SB run there wasnt any argument that TB was the starter and TH was the backup.
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Noll beat Grant in the one game they played against each other that really mattered. Grant and Allen never won a SB while Noll turned around a team that was a total joke into a 4x SB winner.
SB winners aren't the only great coaches.
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Good read, but one thing caught my attention.

The AFC scouting director that gave his take on the Eagles said, "And they have a few guys, but no difference makers at corner." Really? So Brandon Boykin's 6 INTs didn't make a difference? He must be the scouting director for the Raiders.

On a different note, I've been defending the Eagles way to much this offseason. Perhaps it's because, subconsciously, I don't want to jinx our season, but it's a little scary.
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How is that news?
Why would anyone give a feck about that video?
Hating is such a nice hobby.
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Being rich......or white is not a crime you know. Much like skateboarding.
Being a douche should be sufficient
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I hope Hoyer plays so well that Manziel never sees the field during the regular season.
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I hope Hoyer plays so well that Manziel never sees the field during the regular season.
If your a teamate and you see this from a rookie, what goes through your head?

And to believe some people actually bitched about RG3's behavior...simply amazing
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I imagine Manziel is one of those polarizing guys in a locker room. A lot will love him b/c he epitomizes the "look at me" part of playing sports.

Some players, who are not necessarily bad teammates but who love it when they get to draw attention to themselves, will look at Manziel and think "yeah, I would be doing that too if I could, more power to him." Mixed in with them will be the guys who are the Brett Farve love the game guys - players who really just want to play. It's not a job, it's a game. These groups of players are going to stick up for him and accuse his critics as just being haters.

Other players, the guys who work their craft, who see football as a job and think the best way to succeed is to be team first/individual second, are going to HATE him - even if he is successful on the field.

Admittedly, I don't know much about the guy, but everything I see about him points to a selfish, entitled personality for which I have a baseline dislike. Pretty sure I would be one of those who thought "He better be really damn good and then I will only tolerate him."

Manziel and Griffin? Not even close.
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