CHUCK NOLL 1932-2014

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    CHUCK NOLL 1932-2014

    One of the Greats RIP


     

     
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    Re: CHUCK NOLL 1932-2014

    I agree, one of the greats.  4X Super Bowl Champion.  Turned out many HOF'ers and put together the greatest draft class in the history of pro football.

    RIP

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    Back in '82, I used to be able to throw a pigskin a quarter mile.

    How much you wanna make a bet I can throw a football over them mountains?... Yeah... Coach woulda put me in fourth quarter, we would've been state champions. No doubt. No doubt in my mind.

     
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    Re: CHUCK NOLL 1932-2014

    He was 86-97-1 without Terry Bradshaw, 107-51 with him. Using Babe logic, he's overrated.

    RIP Chuck

     
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    Re: CHUCK NOLL 1932-2014

    One of the greats for that time! Class act from a class org. RIP Chuck

     
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    Re: CHUCK NOLL 1932-2014

    I echo what others are saying.  I always admired him as a coach.  RIP Chuck.

     
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    Re: CHUCK NOLL 1932-2014

    In response to digger0862's comment:
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    He was 86-97-1 without Terry Bradshaw, 107-51 with him. Using Babe logic, he's overrated.

    RIP Chuck

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    Lol county!

    Well played, sir.  Well played.  It is just so easy to bludgeon the cupcake guild

    RIP Chuck.

    Not quite on bb's level due to the cap era challenges, but that '74 draft was epic.

    He sort of shula'd his way through the 1980s, but his legend was already well established.  The steelers were horrendous for about 40 years before noll got rhere.

     
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    Re: CHUCK NOLL 1932-2014

    He made the Steelers relevant. He started their dynasty. RIP

     
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    Great Coach. Started the Dynasty of the 70's. Coached and developed a cascade of team drafted HOF's. His team helped make the NFL the successful  business it is today. RIP Coach!

     
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    What was Auerbach without Russ , Bill without Tom , Harry without Bobby, and Tito without Manny ?

     
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    Re: CHUCK NOLL 1932-2014

    RIP to a great coach who built some great teams. 

     

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    Rip chuck noll

     
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    Great and Smart Coach, lot of respect for him. RIP

     
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    Re: CHUCK NOLL 1932-2014

    I hate to be a party poopoo but let's remember no salary CAP and the Steelers were a STACKED team.

    And let's also not forget that Alzado, on his death bed, stated the Raiders and Steelers of the day were heavy users of the early generation of Steroids...

     

     
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    In response to NoMorePensionLooting's comment:
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    I hate to be a party poopoo but let's remember no salary CAP and the Steelers were a STACKED team.

    And let's also not forget that Alzado, on his death bed, stated the Raiders and Steelers of the day were heavy users of the early generation of Steroids...

     

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    he helped choose the players that stacked the team and that eras dolphins raiders and cowboys made his run even more impressive as he beat dynasties, not one year wonders...as for the drugs who cares? every team did steroids up the ying and cheating to gain an advantage goes back to Moses...sad how the media has so trained people to think what they want them to to help them create and perpetuate their drama queen bs...in the 1970's and 80's steroids was football and I thought it was just great

     
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    In response to mellymel3's comment:
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    Great Coach. Started the Dynasty of the 70's. Coached and developed a cascade of team drafted HOF's. His team helped make the NFL the successful  business it is today. RIP Coach!

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    well said

     
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    In response to 42AND46's comment:
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    In response to NoMorePensionLooting's comment:
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    I hate to be a party poopoo but let's remember no salary CAP and the Steelers were a STACKED team.

    And let's also not forget that Alzado, on his death bed, stated the Raiders and Steelers of the day were heavy users of the early generation of Steroids...

     

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    he helped choose the players that stacked the team and that eras dolphins raiders and cowboys made his run even more impressive as he beat dynasties, not one year wonders...as for the drugs who cares? every team did steroids up the ying and cheating to gain an advantage goes back to Moses...sad how the media has so trained people to think what they want them to to help them create and perpetuate their drama queen bs...in the 1970's and 80's steroids was football and I thought it was just great

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    You do realize how many of the great players from the sixties and seventies have died in their fifties from their steroid use....at least 4 of the great Steelers from cancers like brain cancers...I do realize they aren't around anymore to "care" but the the trivial dismissing of steroids is so short sighted....and quite foolish actually..

     

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