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Old 02-03-2020, 11:28 AM   #91
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Me too! So what NFL head coach now owns the most wins without a ring?
Marv Levy, maybe?
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Old 02-03-2020, 12:01 PM   #92
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Decent to good super bowl, competitive game. Wasnt the most exciting game. Time seemed to fly, clean game.
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Old 02-03-2020, 12:43 PM   #93
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Decent to good super bowl, competitive game. Wasnt the most exciting game. Time seemed to fly, clean game.
loved the pace of the game, went by at a very good rate. Last years game was slow and boring af
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Old 02-03-2020, 01:15 PM   #94
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Me too! So what NFL head coach now owns the most wins without a ring?
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I did this very hastily, so I may have missed something. But from the current crop of NFL coaches, Ron Rivera (79), Mike Zimmer (59), and Bill O'Brien (54) have the most wins without a SB ring. And I believe Rivera is the only one of these three to have made it to the SB.
I was thinking all time as I believe Reid was the "all time" coach for most wins without a championship. Without even digging I would think it is Bud Grant or he is up there. He coached the Vikings for a long time and they were constant double digit game winners even back in the day where there were only 14 games.
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Old 02-03-2020, 01:19 PM   #95
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Me too! So what NFL head coach now owns the most wins without a ring?
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Marv Levy, maybe?
If it isn't him he has to have the record for most play-off wins without a championship, they were Super Bowl runner up 4 straight times.
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Old 02-03-2020, 02:33 PM   #96
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I think Marty Schottenheimer has coached the most games without a SB win.
Marvin Lewis has to be in the top 5.
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I was thinking all time as I believe Reid was the "all time" coach for most wins without a championship. Without even digging I would think it is Bud Grant or he is up there. He coached the Vikings for a long time and they were constant double digit game winners even back in the day where there were only 14 games.
Ah got it.
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I was thinking all time as I believe Reid was the "all time" coach for most wins without a championship. Without even digging I would think it is Bud Grant or he is up there. He coached the Vikings for a long time and they were constant double digit game winners even back in the day where there were only 14 games.
I would guess Dan Reeves or Marty S. off the top of my head.
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Old 02-03-2020, 08:18 PM   #99
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I saw this yesterday and just rolled...pat summerall and madden were the best.

Fuckin hilarious
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Old 02-04-2020, 08:23 AM   #100
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I would guess Dan Reeves or Marty S. off the top of my head.
I just looked, you got it. Marty is now the winningest coach without a championship and Reeves is right behind him.
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Dak Prescott turned down $33 mil a year, are you kidding me? I put him in the good, not great class of quarterbacks like Jimmy G and Kirk, those guys make around $28 mil a year. Dak wants to be the highest paid in the NFL. When I heard that months back I thought it was just a rumor, now I guess it is true.
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Dak Prescott turned down $33 mil a year, are you kidding me? I put him in the good, not great class of quarterbacks like Jimmy G and Kirk, those guys make around $28 mil a year. Dak wants to be the highest paid in the NFL. When I heard that months back I thought it was just a rumor, now I guess it is true.
Yeah. If I am McCarthy, I am talking with Jones about other options, including the draft.

Tying up franchise type money on Dak and Elliot won't work for their team.

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Dak Prescott turned down $33 mil a year, are you kidding me? I put him in the good, not great class of quarterbacks like Jimmy G and Kirk, those guys make around $28 mil a year. Dak wants to be the highest paid in the NFL. When I heard that months back I thought it was just a rumor, now I guess it is true.
Good luck with that, he isnít Tom Brady or Drew Breese, Dak is an arrogant dbag.
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