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Can Someone Please Explain Why Singletary Is Ready To Be A HC?


Robert Miller
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If being a great player in the game of sports should be a determining factor for hiring a Head-Coach, with NO Head-coaching experience and/or Head Coord experience, then maybe we should ask other Great Athletes that have failed at coaching.

I understand the logic that it takes time to build a winning team, but it doesn't have to. Unlike other sports, you can turn an NFL team around in a year. We should not settle for waiting until someone like Singletary learn all how to become a head-coach in the NFL, which could take years. We need and should want a head coach who can come in and hit the ground running, and who can also make the most of our current talent. Hence...

Arthur- Please hire a proven head-coach. Marty, Cowhert, etc...

We've already given two (2) nonproven head coaches a chance to lead this team and it didn't work.

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Robert Miller (12/16/2007)
If being a great player in the game of sports should be a determining factor for hiring a Head-Coach, with NO Head-coaching experience and/or Head Coord experience, then maybe we should ask other Great Athletes that have failed at coaching.

I understand the logic that it takes time to build a winning team, but it doesn't have to. Unlike other sports, you can turn an NFL team around in a year. We should not settle for waiting until someone like Singletary learn all how to become a head-coach in the NFL, which could take years. We need and should want a head coach who can come in and hit the ground running, and who can also make the most of our current talent. Hence...

Arthur- Please hire a proven head-coach. Marty, Cowhert, etc...

We've already given two (2) nonproven head coaches a chance to lead this team and it didn't work.

Yes, we definitely have to get COWHERT.......he is the only choice for us. Not really sure who he is, but we definitely need to get him.....:crazy:

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Robert Miller (12/16/2007)
If being a great player in the game of sports should be a determining factor for hiring a Head-Coach, with NO Head-coaching experience and/or Head Coord experience, then maybe we should ask other Great Athletes that have failed at coaching.

I understand the logic that it takes time to build a winning team, but it doesn't have to. Unlike other sports, you can turn an NFL team around in a year. We should not settle for waiting until someone like Singletary learn all how to become a head-coach in the NFL, which could take years. We need and should want a head coach who can come in and hit the ground running, and who can also make the most of our current talent. Hence...

Arthur- Please hire a proven head-coach. Marty, Cowhert, etc...

We've already given two (2) nonproven head coaches a chance to lead this team and it didn't work.

The reason is simple: All of his peers confirm that he is. All of his peers confirm that he's HC material. Which is all the credentials that guys like Tony Dungy, Bill Cowher, Bill Belichick, Mike Holmgren, etc. had when they took Head Coaching jobs. What more can you ask for? I know you're saying to go out and get a coach that's already been a head coach. But even then, you're hiring a guy that was recently fired from another team. And obviously, there were some negative things about him that caused the circumstances that led to the separation of company. It's a bit of a toss up either way, if you ask me.

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Robert Miller (12/16/2007)
If being a great player in the game of sports should be a determining factor for hiring a Head-Coach, with NO Head-coaching experience and/or Head Coord experience, then maybe we should ask other Great Athletes that have failed at coaching.

I understand the logic that it takes time to build a winning team, but it doesn't have to. Unlike other sports, you can turn an NFL team around in a year. We should not settle for waiting until someone like Singletary learn all how to become a head-coach in the NFL, which could take years. We need and should want a head coach who can come in and hit the ground running, and who can also make the most of our current talent. Hence...

Arthur- Please hire a proven head-coach. Marty, Cowhert, etc...

We've already given two (2) nonproven head coaches a chance to lead this team and it didn't work.

We've already been turned down by two "proven" coaches in Cowher and Parcells. Let's see who's left.

**** Vermeil-71 years old

Steve Mariucci-Please, no

Marty Schottenheimer-64 years old, had problems with SD GM, he definately won't get along with McKay.

Mike Martz-It seems he has forgotten about running the ball.

Mike Tice-:ermm:

None of these guys seem to be good fits, so we'll have to choose a coordinator or Asst. HC for the Head Coaching position.

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Robert Miller (12/16/2007)
If being a great player in the game of sports should be a determining factor for hiring a Head-Coach, with NO Head-coaching experience and/or Head Coord experience, then maybe we should ask other Great Athletes that have failed at coaching.

I understand the logic that it takes time to build a winning team, but it doesn't have to. Unlike other sports, you can turn an NFL team around in a year. We should not settle for waiting until someone like Singletary learn all how to become a head-coach in the NFL, which could take years. We need and should want a head coach who can come in and hit the ground running, and who can also make the most of our current talent. Hence...

Arthur- Please hire a proven head-coach. Marty, Cowhert, etc...

We've already given two (2) nonproven head coaches a chance to lead this team and it didn't work.

I don't trust first year coaches either but Singletary will probably be our head coach.

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Prepare yourself for Singletary.

Sometimes great players turn out to be great coaches. Ask Dan Reeves. Or in Basketball: KC Jones or Lenny Wilkens.

There are negative and positives for every coach... However, Singletary's positives outweight his negatives.. Mr. Blank just need to stop meddling in personnel matters..

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ATL--75 (12/16/2007)
Prepare yourself for Singletary.

Sometimes great players turn out to be great coaches. Ask Dan Reeves. Or in Basketball: KC Jones or Lenny Wilkens.

There are negative and positives for every coach... However, Singletary's positives outweight his negatives.. Mr. Blank just need to stop meddling in personnel matters..

Blank owns the team. When it comes to hiring the top staff, you have to get it by him. Actually it was McKay who wanted Petrino, NOT Artie.

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ATL--75 (12/16/2007)
Prepare yourself for Singletary.

Sometimes great players turn out to be great coaches. Ask Dan Reeves. Or in Basketball: KC Jones or Lenny Wilkens.

There are negative and positives for every coach... However, Singletary's positives outweight his negatives.. Mr. Blank just need to stop meddling in personnel matters..

Actually, you're proving the point that great players DON'T make great coaches. Of the 3 players you mentioned only Lenny was GREAT. The other two was also-ran players at best. Albeit, they were able to win championships as players they we're more complimentary players.

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