RetiredFalconFan48 Posted December 8, 2015 Share Posted December 8, 2015 Everyone hates the repeat at the press conferences. However, it's the result of politics. Quinn is not his press conference and we're never going to hear anything substantive. At today's presser, you could see certain questions getting under his skin and he had to pause long to think of a politically correct response. A deaf person would get more out of watching the presser than a blind person listening.Also, has anyone noticed that teams with grandios marketing of coaches and players struggle badly? Dallas is a huge example. They opened the tunnels, brought the fans closer, added the big screen and struggle every year no matter the talent or the coach. It becomes a distraction, especially when the team sucks. Let it go AB, It adds pressure that chips away at coach and player game focus.That's why I can appreciate Bill Belichick's conferences. He doesn't care and doesn't worry about marketing and being media accessible because he knows winning will take care of notoriety. If anything he leaves it primarily to the players. But AB is too corporate and involved to let the coaches do that. According to an article, Bob Kraft talked about not sticking your nose too much in the coaches way of handling football. AB should've listened.Shutdown tell the truth Monday's, cancel the radio show, stick with post game conferences... push the heavy marketing to the offseason when every one misses football and let the game do the talking during the season. The NFL doesn't mirror corporate america: winning and Super Bowls sell tickets, not marketing. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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