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AteTanka
10-13-2010, 07:02 AM
http://www.blogcdn.com/www.fanhouse.com/media/2007/02/bill-belichick-2-240.jpg

matty_b_bop
10-13-2010, 07:27 AM
^^^^ easily the best. if players WANT to play for you, you're the best (no Moss).


Seriously, everything about Belichick is awesome.

jd75
10-13-2010, 07:52 AM
cant stand the dude but its easily belicheat

LikeAMachine
10-13-2010, 08:03 AM
I think you have to put Tomlin and Shanahan up there.

lol the Redskins ar really 3-2 and Hayneworth has been worthless? Mind=Blown

SexualDeviant
10-13-2010, 08:12 AM
Hands down, not even arguable. Bill Belichick.

/thread

charity4thepoor
10-13-2010, 08:13 AM
i agree

sammy21
10-13-2010, 08:38 AM
Can't really go wrong with Billy boy. He keeps his players in line and drops them when they cause problems, great at drafting, knows when to let go of players for insanely good draft picks.

magicmatt
10-13-2010, 08:55 AM
never seen this much pats love in a thread

chasem
10-13-2010, 11:01 AM
http://www.firewadephillips.com/wade-phillips.jpg

robogain
10-13-2010, 11:09 AM
Cable guy

MachMe4.6
10-13-2010, 11:09 AM
Inb4Singletary
Inb4Gailey
Inb4Del Rio

packerfanfrommd
10-13-2010, 11:11 AM
http://cache.daylife.com/imageserve/0e9Z4lRf3K8Fq/439x.jpg


Best Up and Coming Coach

datboigene
10-13-2010, 11:24 AM
Jim Zorn

Disrespected
10-13-2010, 11:30 AM
how can anyone possibly vote for a cheater?

cmurray
10-13-2010, 11:33 AM
Jim Zorn

lulz... glad i don't have to watch that guy lead the 'skins anymore. it was painful

pittbleauxs
10-13-2010, 11:35 AM
GOAT in the nfl:

http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_t6AxKNFzg6s/RvhMCunrFwI/AAAAAAAAAE8/ru9suYfYR9U/s400/spurrier1.jpg

tough to hate on the guy after this weekend though, dag nubbit.

jacketfan
10-13-2010, 11:36 AM
mike smith

brb_ballin
10-13-2010, 11:37 AM
Depends what type of coach you want. If i was the owner of a team and had a pick of any coach i would be after....



http://www4.pictures.gi.zimbio.com/Denver+Broncos+v+San+Diego+Chargers+6HSLQ3UH0_Ql.j pg

TAWS6
10-13-2010, 01:01 PM
http://www.firewadephillips.com/wade-phillips.jpg

notsureifserious.

TAWS6
10-13-2010, 01:03 PM
how can anyone possibly vote for a cheater?

I know. Moss left cause BB was pushing dat cell tech on him. Damn cheaters.

watup740
10-13-2010, 01:20 PM
http://cdn.everyjoe.com/files/2009/01/iconphotostwo065155-nfl-aug-22-pre_mike-smith-falcons.jpg

23-13

23-11 with starting qb

joedirt87
10-13-2010, 02:37 PM
Jeff Fisher is always up there. If Fisher were fired today he could have 10-15 jobs tomorrow guaranteed.

Huse
10-13-2010, 02:55 PM
Jeff Fisher is always up there. If Fisher were fired today he could have 10-15 jobs tomorrow guaranteed.

If Belichick was fired today he could have 31 jobs tomorrow guaranteed

brb_ballin
10-13-2010, 03:26 PM
probably upwards of 200 counting college

and about 10000 counting highschool


n00b like he'd coach college ball

magicmatt
10-13-2010, 03:26 PM
If Belichick was fired today he could have 31 jobs tomorrow guaranteed

probably upwards of 200 counting college

roko79
10-13-2010, 03:35 PM
O rly?


http://wwmmd.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/08/jeff-fisher.jpg

iamgenus
10-13-2010, 03:40 PM
how can anyone possibly vote for a cheater?

You're pretty ignorant if you think other teams weren't doing the same sh*t and just didn't get caught. In fact plenty of former coaches have said they've done it or have seen the same done elsewhere.

The guy may not be the most media friendly coach but the guy does a great job and has a proven track record. Any team would be lucky to have him as the coach.

Pakman52
10-13-2010, 03:40 PM
No Rex Ryan love?

Mike Tomlin is doing pretty well too.

joedirt87
10-13-2010, 04:09 PM
Rex has to prove himself over a couple years before he is considered one of the elite coaches.

Disrespected
10-13-2010, 04:45 PM
You're pretty ignorant if you think other teams weren't doing the same sh*t and just didn't get caught. In fact plenty of former coaches have said they've done it or have seen the same done elsewhere.

The guy may not be the most media friendly coach but the guy does a great job and has a proven track record. Any team would be lucky to have him as the coach.

how many of those teams put up 3 super bowl wins in 4 years and a 16-0 season?

the patriots damn near ruined the sport of football for me...but my feelings on the matter shouldnt prevent you from being a fan

bignpisst
10-13-2010, 04:47 PM
I wish the Packers had a coach

magicmatt
10-13-2010, 04:47 PM
and about 10000 counting highschool


n00b like he'd coach college ball

ya, because he'd make like 2 grand a month in high school, every coach would try college if the price was right. it was a semi joke and you have no grounds for calling me a noob when it has to do with my pats. phaggot.

DeseanJackson
10-13-2010, 04:54 PM
http://imgur.com/Wk8zr.jpg
http://imgur.com/dC9X1.jpg

iamgenus
10-13-2010, 04:57 PM
how many of those teams put up 3 super bowl wins in 4 years and a 16-0 season?

the patriots damn near ruined the sport of football for me...but my feelings on the matter shouldnt prevent you from being a fan

So your argument is because they were good it proved that their cheating was better?

And the 16-0 season was after and they've been in the playoffs every season since the punishment.

What makes BB great is the fact that he's not afraid to go for the throat. I HATE coaches that don't want to upset the other team and are afraid to put their foot on the throats of the other team when they have them where they want them.

All these people are bitching about the pats running up the score but I never have a problem with that. These players are grown men who get paid to play the game and the coaches get paid to coach...why should they get an easy pass if they suck at their job? Nobody with a real job gets a pass if they're sucking. A doctor who ****s up surgery doesn't get a pat on the ass and a "get em next time"...he gets sued and probably loses his job.

BB has also done a great job building the team. Their moves in the draft are great. They haven't been hitting on their big picks as of late like they did few years ago but every draft they have a stock pile of picks and the team seems to keep on playing well no matter who gets hurt.

You may not like the guy but nobody can argue what a great job he's done with the Pats. Anyone who brings up the cheating is just hating. I still don't understand how they won the SB in 2001...worst offense ever to win the SB by far imo. If Troy Brown is your #1 receiver you shouldn't be able to move the ball at all...let alone beat a team like the Rams were that year.

In fact they were so good and physical the NFL had to put rules in place to weaken their style of football...thanks in large to the bitching of Manning & Polian.

21Classic
10-13-2010, 05:00 PM
No question its Whiz to me


guy took the worst team in the history of the NFL and took them to a superbowl, back to back to(soon) back, NFCW titles, saw a statistic that said something like the cardinals own the current streak of playoff appearences/wins, in consecutive years.

nothing but respect for this man

http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/valleyfever/Ken%20Whisenhunt.jpg

TAWS6
10-13-2010, 05:00 PM
how many of those teams put up 3 super bowl wins in 4 years and a 16-0 season?

the patriots damn near ruined the sport of football for me...but my feelings on the matter shouldnt prevent you from being a fan

they cheated every one of those 16 games

they had the tape and it was recording!! *******************




























































wait

iamgenus
10-13-2010, 05:06 PM
No question its Whiz to me


guy took the worst team in the history of the NFL and took them to a superbowl, back to back to(soon) back, NFCW titles, saw a statistic that said something like the cardinals own the current streak of playoff appearences/wins, in consecutive years.

nothing but respect for this man

http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/valleyfever/Ken%20Whisenhunt.jpg

wtf does that even mean?

brighamw
10-13-2010, 05:12 PM
http://www.blogcdn.com/www.fanhouse.com/media/2007/02/bill-belichick-2-240.jpg

^This guy...

21Classic
10-13-2010, 05:13 PM
wtf does that even mean?

you know how most teams get into the playoffs one year, and the next year either lose game 1 or dont even make the playoffs?

Cards being 2008: WC+G1+G2+lose in SB (thats 4 appearences and 3 wins)
Cards 2009: WC + G1 lose (2 appearences and 1 win)

total: 6 appearences and 4 wins in the last 2 years. Thats some sort of current record since teams flux so much every year. I heard that awhile back.

just sayin, this shows consistency of Whiz and the Cards

rsnnh12
10-13-2010, 05:15 PM
No question its Whiz to me


guy took the worst team in the history of the NFL and took them to a superbowl, back to back to(soon) back, NFCW titles, saw a statistic that said something like the cardinals own the current streak of playoff appearences/wins, in consecutive years.

nothing but respect for this man



The Lions say hi.

Good choice though, he did a great job.




Bill Belichick, hands down, best coach in the league

iamgenus
10-13-2010, 05:40 PM
you know how most teams get into the playoffs one year, and the next year either lose game 1 or dont even make the playoffs?

Cards being 2008: WC+G1+G2+lose in SB (thats 4 appearences and 3 wins)
Cards 2009: WC + G1 lose (2 appearences and 1 win)

total: 6 appearences and 4 wins in the last 2 years. Thats some sort of current record since teams flux so much every year. I heard that awhile back.

just sayin, this shows consistency of Whiz and the Cards

I'll give them credit for their SB trip...they limped into the playoffs and then hit their stride at just the right time and I was actually rooting for them against the Steelers but it's 2 years man.

When you compare that to teams like the Pats with playoff appearances in 7 of the last 9 seasons with a streak of 5 playoff appearances in a row and 4 superbowl trips in that span with 3 wins.

Oh and the Pats were a pretty terrible team for some time as well.

Whiz is a good coach and I'd be happy with a guy like him coaching the niners but to put him above Belichick is silly at this point.

monsterBEN
10-13-2010, 05:49 PM
I've always had no interest in the Titans but have thought Jeff Fisher was one hell of a coach... Look at their legit lack of talent and how decent they are almost every single year.


The BEST coach isnt even in the NFL... Bill Cowher.

Huse
10-13-2010, 05:51 PM
I've always had no interest in the Titans but have thought Jeff Fisher was one hell of a coach... Look at their legit lack of talent and how decent they are almost every single year.

yeah but you'd think a guy who has been a head coach for a team for over a decade would have some say over draft picks and trades

JaxBrah
10-13-2010, 05:55 PM
John harbaugh has done a excellent job in the 2 years hes beeb a head coach. 3 playoff wins and well on his way to another playoff berth

lsiberian
10-13-2010, 06:00 PM
I'll give them credit for their SB trip...they limped into the playoffs and then hit their stride at just the right time and I was actually rooting for them against the Steelers but it's 2 years man.

When you compare that to teams like the Pats with playoff appearances in 7 of the last 9 seasons with a streak of 5 playoff appearances in a row and 4 superbowl trips in that span with 3 wins.

Oh and the Pats were a pretty terrible team for some time as well.

Whiz is a good coach and I'd be happy with a guy like him coaching the niners but to put him above Belichick is silly at this point.

Well Parcells had done a lot for that organization just like he did in Dallas.

I'd definitely give it to Bellicheck though. Though Sean Peyton is a great coach too. I wish we'd hired him in Dallas.

iamgenus
10-13-2010, 06:22 PM
Well Parcells had done a lot for that organization just like he did in Dallas.

I'd definitely give it to Bellicheck though. Though Sean Peyton is a great coach too. I wish we'd hired him in Dallas.

Parcells was there 4-5 years before sure some players that were drafted in his tenure there were key parts on the SB teams but BB really put everything together.

Richard Seymour, Mike Vrabel, Tom Brady among others brought in way after Parcell's stint there.

Troy Brown
Lawyer Milloy
Willie McGinest
Ty Law
Tedy BRuschi
Ted Johnson
Adam Vinateri

were really the only guys who were left over from Parcell's and pretty much all of them except for Law and Milloy under performed until BB took over as HC.

DeseanJackson
10-13-2010, 06:29 PM
The Lions say hi.

Good choice though, he did a great job.




Bill Belichick, hands down, best coach in the league

http://imgur.com/xgKTw.gif

TAWS6
10-13-2010, 06:56 PM
http://imgur.com/xgKTw.gif

Location: Philadelphia,

u mad?

Lugie
10-13-2010, 06:59 PM
http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f232/gonzalez097/HeadCoachTonySparano.jpg

iamgenus
10-14-2010, 07:37 AM
http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f232/gonzalez097/HeadCoachTonySparano.jpg

This probably would be taken a bit more seriously if the guy mentioned by most people in here didn't have his team sh*t all over the Dolphins just a week ago.

FlexGunmetal
10-14-2010, 08:58 AM
Depends what type of coach you want. If i was the owner of a team and had a pick of any coach i would be after....



http://www4.pictures.gi.zimbio.com/Denver+Broncos+v+San+Diego+Chargers+6HSLQ3UH0_Ql.j pg

Nah. He was fired for a reason. 7-9, 8-8, 8-8. He was great when he had allpros everywhere on his team. He was a terrible evaluator of talent and brought so much trash to those late broncos teams it's hilarous. see: Denver's 2008 defense. I think one or two of the starters from that team are still in the NFL, the rest aren't (srs).


edit: But I will forever be grateful for the trophies he brought to denver, the league seems to have passed him by.

kethnaab
10-14-2010, 09:12 AM
Parcells was there 4-5 years before sure some players that were drafted in his tenure there were key parts on the SB teams but BB really put everything together.

Richard Seymour, Mike Vrabel, Tom Brady among others brought in way after Parcell's stint there.

Troy Brown
Lawyer Milloy
Willie McGinest
Ty Law
Tedy BRuschi
Ted Johnson
Adam Vinateri

were really the only guys who were left over from Parcell's and pretty much all of them except for Law and Milloy under performed until BB took over as HC.

right, no arguments, but you just listed the core of the Patriots' Super Bowl teams.

now that the core is gone, the Patriots haven't won in over half a decade.

Just sayin...

QB_Killa
10-14-2010, 09:18 AM
http://imgur.com/Wk8zr.jpg
http://imgur.com/dC9X1.jpg

Reid is actually a very good coach he took the Eagles to 5 nfc championship games and a superbowl how can you put him in with Singletary?

pittbleauxs
10-14-2010, 09:28 AM
No question its Whiz to me


guy took the worst team in the history of the NFL and took them to a superbowl, back to back to(soon) back, NFCW titles, saw a statistic that said something like the cardinals own the current streak of playoff appearences/wins, in consecutive years.

nothing but respect for this man

http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/valleyfever/Ken%20Whisenhunt.jpg

i'm happy with tomlin, but there is no reason the steelers shouldn't have hired wisenhunt. i was shocked when they didn't tbh.

kethnaab
10-14-2010, 09:43 AM
i'm happy with tomlin, but there is no reason the steelers shouldn't have hired wisenhunt. i was shocked when they didn't tbh.

I'm not shocked in the least. Whiz and Ben didn't get along apparently. Rooney's also don't like promoting to HC from within, they prefer to bring in somebody new.

LostOne287
10-14-2010, 09:46 AM
Didn't read through thread but I just came in here to say...

Jeff Fisher
/thread

kethnaab
10-14-2010, 11:46 AM
why do people parrot Jeff Fisher as the best coach in the game, or even close?

career regular season record: 138-112
career postseason record: 5-6

5 seasons beneath .500
5 seasons at .500
6 seasons above .500

made the postseason 6 times since 1994. Made it past the first round 3 times, lost in first round 3 times

I don't hate the dude, he's a good coach, but I don't get how he seems to get respect as one of the best? His teams simply don't produce that well.

FlexGunmetal
10-14-2010, 11:55 AM
why do people parrot Jeff Fisher as the best coach in the game, or even close?

career regular season record: 138-112
career postseason record: 5-6

5 seasons beneath .500
5 seasons at .500
6 seasons above .500

made the postseason 6 times since 1994. Made it past the first round 3 times, lost in first round 3 times

I don't hate the dude, he's a good coach, but I don't get how he seems to get respect as one of the best? His teams simply don't produce that well.

He gets respected because he's coached one team longer than anyone in the NFL. But I agree, dude has had some average seasons.

kethnaab
10-14-2010, 12:02 PM
well yeah, he's the longest-tenured coach in the NFL, but after all those years, he's had a ton of time to build a winner. He really hasn't done that. He's never put together 3 consecutive winning seasons in his career.

that just doesn't smell like "best in the game" to me, it smells like "nothing more than decent"

bill257
10-14-2010, 12:06 PM
dWoNauDxGqc

FlexGunmetal
10-14-2010, 12:17 PM
well yeah, he's the longest-tenured coach in the NFL, but after all those years, he's had a ton of time to build a winner. He really hasn't done that. He's never put together 3 consecutive winning seasons in his career.

that just doesn't smell like "best in the game" to me, it smells like "nothing more than decent"

True post.
Plus between the manning jersey and his players getting fined and called out for playing dirty, he's got pressure to produce now.
One more avg year and it's hot seat time.

iamgenus
10-14-2010, 02:14 PM
right, no arguments, but you just listed the core of the Patriots' Super Bowl teams.

now that the core is gone, the Patriots haven't won in over half a decade.

Just sayin...

Not saying he doesn't get any credit but those guys didn't play that great til BB took over as HC.

McGinest was very mediocre, Teddy Bruschi was just meh.

Ty Law and Milloy were very good but Milloy was gone after the first SB.

Plus BB did a great job of replacing all of those guys and adding key vets/rooks that were just as if not more important like - Mike Vrabel, Rodney Harrison, Seymour, Ty Warren, Asante Samuel, Eugene Wilson, Deion Branch, Antowain Smith, Roman Pfiefer and bunch of others.

I'm not taking away all credit from Parcells but don't think him being there 3 years before Belichick took over takes away from what BB accomplished with that team.

kethnaab
10-14-2010, 02:23 PM
Not saying he doesn't get any credit but those guys didn't play that great til BB took over as HC.

McGinest was very mediocre, Teddy Bruschi was just meh.

Bruschi was always a 3-4 LB, but McGinest had made multiple Pro Bowls and was near the top in sacks several times before Bili Beli took over.


Plus BB did a great job of replacing all of those guys and adding key vets/rooks that were just as if not more important like - Mike Vrabel, Rodney Harrison, Seymour, Ty Warren, Asante Samuel, Eugene Wilson, Deion Branch, Antowain Smith, Roman Pfiefer and bunch of others.

I'm not taking away all credit from Parcells but don't think him being there 3 years before Belichick took over takes away from what BB accomplished with that team.

I hear you there. Beli's biggest ability has been replacing his key guys. Problem is he hasn't been able to replace his key guys and put together much of a challenge in the last several seasons. He's only made the AFCCG once since 2004.

Not trying to knock him, but his draft picks have been pretty questionable overall. His biggest ability seems to be the trade, rather than the draft.

miketheblade
10-14-2010, 02:32 PM
Depends what type of coach you want. If i was the owner of a team and had a pick of any coach i would be after....



http://www4.pictures.gi.zimbio.com/Denver+Broncos+v+San+Diego+Chargers+6HSLQ3UH0_Ql.j pg


http://cdn.everyjoe.com/files/2009/01/iconphotostwo065155-nfl-aug-22-pre_mike-smith-falcons.jpg

23-13

23-11 with starting qb
these

iamgenus
10-14-2010, 03:26 PM
I hear you there. Beli's biggest ability has been replacing his key guys. Problem is he hasn't been able to replace his key guys and put together much of a challenge in the last several seasons. He's only made the AFCCG once since 2004.

Not trying to knock him, but his draft picks have been pretty questionable overall. His biggest ability seems to be the trade, rather than the draft.

True I think lately he's been believing his own hype a bit more and going almost too trade crazy. They really need to hit on this upcoming draft to reclaim their status as SB contenders. Their D is definitely holding them back.