Coach of the Year Candidates

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    Winner:  Bill Belichick 

     
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    Winner:  Bill Belichick 



    Why?

     
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    Here's a thought:

    If the Chiefs had the same number of injuries happening to key players, expecially on their D, like the Pats are enduring now, would they be 9 - 0?  Look at the teams they have played and how they have been winning.  Not a single offensive TD scored against Buffalo??!!  What happens when they play a team with an offense that can REALLY score which also has a stout D?  Upcoming games against the Broncos, Chargers and Colts may pull back the curtain on this wizard behind this team.

    Yes, Reid has done a great job with a team many have thought had a good group of players, even last year, and are putting it together this year.  BB, on the other hand, has had to juggle a constantly changing line-up and still wins.

     
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    Here's a thought:

    If the Chiefs had the same number of injuries happening to key players, expecially on their D, like the Pats are enduring now, would they be 9 - 0?  Look at the teams they have played and how they have been winning.  Not a single offensive TD scored against Buffalo??!!  What happens when they play a team with an offense that can REALLY score which also has a stout D?  Upcoming games against the Broncos, Chargers and Colts may pull back the curtain on this wizard behind this team.

    Yes, Reid has done a great job with a team many have thought had a good group of players, even last year, and are putting it together this year.  BB, on the other hand, has had to juggle a constantly changing line-up and still wins.




    When you draft and/or sign players with a history of injury (Gronk and Amendola) or depend upon fat old DLmen who then get injured after underperforming in the defense of the run game, you don't get extra credit for not sucking.  The only real difference maker lost was Gronk.  And there was no one but Belichick himself to blame for that one.

     
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    Here's a thought:

    If the Chiefs had the same number of injuries happening to key players, expecially on their D, like the Pats are enduring now, would they be 9 - 0?  Look at the teams they have played and how they have been winning.  Not a single offensive TD scored against Buffalo??!!  What happens when they play a team with an offense that can REALLY score which also has a stout D?  Upcoming games against the Broncos, Chargers and Colts may pull back the curtain on this wizard behind this team.

    Yes, Reid has done a great job with a team many have thought had a good group of players, even last year, and are putting it together this year.  BB, on the other hand, has had to juggle a constantly changing line-up and still wins.




    When you draft and/or sign players with a history of injury (Gronk and Amendola) or depend upon fat old DLmen who then get injured after underperforming in the defense of the run game, you don't get extra credit for not sucking.  The only real difference maker lost was Gronk.  And there was no one but Belichick himself to blame for that one.



    ?????????   Totally missed the point!!!!

     
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    Here's a thought:

    If the Chiefs had the same number of injuries happening to key players, expecially on their D, like the Pats are enduring now, would they be 9 - 0?  Look at the teams they have played and how they have been winning.  Not a single offensive TD scored against Buffalo??!!  What happens when they play a team with an offense that can REALLY score which also has a stout D?  Upcoming games against the Broncos, Chargers and Colts may pull back the curtain on this wizard behind this team.

    Yes, Reid has done a great job with a team many have thought had a good group of players, even last year, and are putting it together this year.  BB, on the other hand, has had to juggle a constantly changing line-up and still wins.




    When you draft and/or sign players with a history of injury (Gronk and Amendola) or depend upon fat old DLmen who then get injured after underperforming in the defense of the run game, you don't get extra credit for not sucking.  The only real difference maker lost was Gronk.  And there was no one but Belichick himself to blame for that one.



    ?????????   Totally missed the point!!!!




    Not at all.  you're whinng about the part of the game that is one of the few constants.  Injuries.  Furthermore, virtually every person here seems to think that, while saying out of one side of their mouth that GM Belichick is a roster genius because he is able to balance out the roster to provide this incredible depth to deal with injuries, out of the other side is the claim that every injury the Patritos have is so much more devastating than those of other teams.  KC had 2 wins last year.  The Jets, with no consideration to their many injured players were predicted to be the worst team in the NFL with half of their starters new, a rookie QB and a new coaching staff, aside from HC. The Patriots are coming off a 12 win season, have an established QB who had the top offense last year.  Anything less than 12 wins is regession.

     
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    I think as long as Brady is playing, his brilliance will over shadow BB's coaching job most every year

    The injuries are league wide epedemic...many,many teams are in a similar situation to the Pats. We are simply living it every day as Pats fans, but most every team is dealing with similar.

    Hard to go against Reid...2 wns to double digit wins is pretty much a slam dunk



    Doh!  You just hit the Rusty nail on the head.



    seriously though. it seems that Brady overcomes most every obstacle thrown the Pats way. We know how good a coach that BB is, and how great of a job he is doing this year, but how much of that credit is going to go to TB if this team takes off offensively and runs the table?



    Seems like BB went 11-5 in 2008 after losing Samuel, Rodney, etc.  That was without Brady.

    Seriously though, it seems like BB overcomes every single obstacle thrown in his direction, wether it be trumped league sanctions, back up QBs who hadn't played competitively in a decade or this year with a serious rash of injuries to Pro Bowl players on defense.

    Thanks again, BB. FOr everything you provide.  Some of us realize Brady does not coach or lead the team.



     
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    In response to Harvey-Wallbanger's comment:

    In response to agcsbill's comment:

    In response to MeadowlandMike's comment:

    In response to agcsbill's comment:

    Here's a thought:

    If the Chiefs had the same number of injuries happening to key players, expecially on their D, like the Pats are enduring now, would they be 9 - 0?  Look at the teams they have played and how they have been winning.  Not a single offensive TD scored against Buffalo??!!  What happens when they play a team with an offense that can REALLY score which also has a stout D?  Upcoming games against the Broncos, Chargers and Colts may pull back the curtain on this wizard behind this team.

    Yes, Reid has done a great job with a team many have thought had a good group of players, even last year, and are putting it together this year.  BB, on the other hand, has had to juggle a constantly changing line-up and still wins.




    When you draft and/or sign players with a history of injury (Gronk and Amendola) or depend upon fat old DLmen who then get injured after underperforming in the defense of the run game, you don't get extra credit for not sucking.  The only real difference maker lost was Gronk.  And there was no one but Belichick himself to blame for that one.



    ?????????   Totally missed the point!!!!



    It's Bustchise, a jealous Jets fan. Of course he misses the point. His team will miss the playoffs again and he'll be pretending his team is great, still. lmao




    How many wins? four?  How many in a row will they lose now?  How hilarious is it that your revised prediction for a team with 14 new starters, all new coordinators and new GM and a rookie QB is that they will miss the playoffs. 

     
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    I vote for Rob Chudzinski.... lol

    Everyone wrote them off after trading their best offensive player and they have beaten the Ravens and Cincinatti and have 4 wins, on pace for 8-8 which is pretty good for a 1st year coach considering BB only won 6 games a rookie head coach with Cleveland. He DID however make the Defense Much better and start the foundation of something good.

    They are not going anywhere but the team seems to be playing hard for him.

    Seriously though this is the order it should be

    BB

    Reid

    Rivera

    Chudzinski

    Manning

     
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    Good thing Uncle Rico and Meadowland Mike signed in and out and then posted back to back.

    You sure have us fooled, Bustchise.  LMAO




     
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    I vote for Rob Chudzinski.... lol

    Everyone wrote them off after trading their best offensive player and they have beaten the Ravens and Cincinatti and have 4 wins, on pace for 8-8 which is pretty good for a 1st year coach considering BB only won 6 games a rookie head coach with Cleveland. He DID however make the Defense Much better and start the foundation of something good.

    They are not going anywhere but the team seems to be playing hard for him.

    Seriously though this is the order it should be

    BB

    Reid

    Rivera

    Chudzinski

    Manning



    Its funny how when Brady was shredding and the defense was awful everyone still gave BB credit. How does John Fox not even get mentioned in the discussion?

     

     
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    In response to Harvey-Wallbanger's comment:

    The better question is, why did you first sign in as Meadowland Mike, then to Uncle Rico and now to Bungalow Bill, just to ask that particular question, Bustchise?

    lmao




    Did you think about the terms? How about if KC wins their week 11 matchup I leave for good and if Denver wins you leave for a month? Loser also starts a thread giving credit to the winner and announcing their leave.

     
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    In response to Bungalow-Bill's comment:

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    I vote for Rob Chudzinski.... lol

    Everyone wrote them off after trading their best offensive player and they have beaten the Ravens and Cincinatti and have 4 wins, on pace for 8-8 which is pretty good for a 1st year coach considering BB only won 6 games a rookie head coach with Cleveland. He DID however make the Defense Much better and start the foundation of something good.

    They are not going anywhere but the team seems to be playing hard for him.

    Seriously though this is the order it should be

    BB

    Reid

    Rivera

    Chudzinski

    Manning



    Its funny how when Brady was shredding and the defense was awful everyone still gave BB credit. How does John Fox not even get mentioned in the discussion?

     



    I gave Manning a nod. You dont actually think Fox is responsible for their success do you?

     

    We gave BB credit because despite all the new faces, injuries,etc we are still 7-2. If you caught BBs presser after the Steelers game you can tell he took offense about his offense finally clicking. He snapped back with "its about winning and weve been winning games"

    Basically, it doesnt matter how pretty or ugly it looks. Winning is winning.

     
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    In response to TripleOG's comment:

    In response to Bungalow-Bill's comment:

    In response to TripleOG's comment:

    I vote for Rob Chudzinski.... lol

    Everyone wrote them off after trading their best offensive player and they have beaten the Ravens and Cincinatti and have 4 wins, on pace for 8-8 which is pretty good for a 1st year coach considering BB only won 6 games a rookie head coach with Cleveland. He DID however make the Defense Much better and start the foundation of something good.

    They are not going anywhere but the team seems to be playing hard for him.

    Seriously though this is the order it should be

    BB

    Reid

    Rivera

    Chudzinski

    Manning



    Its funny how when Brady was shredding and the defense was awful everyone still gave BB credit. How does John Fox not even get mentioned in the discussion?

     



    I gave Manning a nod. You dont actually think Fox is responsible for their success do you?

     

    We gave BB credit because despite all the new faces, injuries,etc we are still 7-2. If you caught BBs presser after the Steelers game you can tell he took offense about his offense finally clicking. He snapped back with "its about winning and weve been winning games"

    Basically, it doesnt matter how pretty or ugly it looks. Winning is winning.




    I meant previous seasons when BB was fielding a JV defense and Brady was putting 50 points a week. The Broncos ARE the Pats of the last few seasons.

     
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    In response to Bungalow-Bill's comment:

    In response to TripleOG's comment:

    In response to Bungalow-Bill's comment:

    In response to TripleOG's comment:

    I vote for Rob Chudzinski.... lol

    Everyone wrote them off after trading their best offensive player and they have beaten the Ravens and Cincinatti and have 4 wins, on pace for 8-8 which is pretty good for a 1st year coach considering BB only won 6 games a rookie head coach with Cleveland. He DID however make the Defense Much better and start the foundation of something good.

    They are not going anywhere but the team seems to be playing hard for him.

    Seriously though this is the order it should be

    BB

    Reid

    Rivera

    Chudzinski

    Manning



    Its funny how when Brady was shredding and the defense was awful everyone still gave BB credit. How does John Fox not even get mentioned in the discussion?

     



    I gave Manning a nod. You dont actually think Fox is responsible for their success do you?

     

    We gave BB credit because despite all the new faces, injuries,etc we are still 7-2. If you caught BBs presser after the Steelers game you can tell he took offense about his offense finally clicking. He snapped back with "its about winning and weve been winning games"

    Basically, it doesnt matter how pretty or ugly it looks. Winning is winning.




    I meant previous seasons when BB was fielding a JV defense and Brady was putting 50 points a week. The Broncos ARE the Pats of the last few seasons.



    and Fox went to the playoffs with Tebow. And to the SB with the Panthers...

     
  16. You have chosen to ignore posts from TripleOG. Show TripleOG's posts

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    In response to Bungalow-Bill's comment:

    In response to TripleOG's comment:

    In response to Bungalow-Bill's comment:

    In response to TripleOG's comment:

    I vote for Rob Chudzinski.... lol

    Everyone wrote them off after trading their best offensive player and they have beaten the Ravens and Cincinatti and have 4 wins, on pace for 8-8 which is pretty good for a 1st year coach considering BB only won 6 games a rookie head coach with Cleveland. He DID however make the Defense Much better and start the foundation of something good.

    They are not going anywhere but the team seems to be playing hard for him.

    Seriously though this is the order it should be

    BB

    Reid

    Rivera

    Chudzinski

    Manning



    Its funny how when Brady was shredding and the defense was awful everyone still gave BB credit. How does John Fox not even get mentioned in the discussion?

     



    I gave Manning a nod. You dont actually think Fox is responsible for their success do you?

     

    We gave BB credit because despite all the new faces, injuries,etc we are still 7-2. If you caught BBs presser after the Steelers game you can tell he took offense about his offense finally clicking. He snapped back with "its about winning and weve been winning games"

    Basically, it doesnt matter how pretty or ugly it looks. Winning is winning.




    I meant previous seasons when BB was fielding a JV defense and Brady was putting 50 points a week. The Broncos ARE the Pats of the last few seasons.




    Well I dont think he deserved coach of the year outside of 07', 08' and then there was that streak of winning 22 straight games that lasted through 2 season in 03' with 45 diff. starters and in 04' with another title. Then there is the 2001 year with all the new free agents, new 1st year starter Tom Brady, our Qbs coach dying, lineman retiring day before season and us ending with an upset win over the rams, the greatest show on turf(considering to be one of biggest upsets in nfl history) Other than that, those were talented offensive teams devoid of defense which has been well documented by most except rusty.

     
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    In response to Harvey-Wallbanger's comment:

    ^^^LOL @ Uncle Rico/Bustchise's career:



    Dear Rusty:

    4,497 posts in less then 2 months?

    Get a job!

    Get a life!

    Get out of my basement!

    Loser!

    Love, Mother

     P.S. You already have 30 posts today.  Please get a life and go look for a job.

     
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    Bill Belichick

     

    Amen

     
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    My point wasn't to bash BB, it was to point out that John Fox should 100% be in the coach of the year discussion and no one here gives him any credit (except for rkarp).

    The only mention Fox got in this thread - prior to my post - was someone saying he would get the award only because of sympathy.

     
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    Are Patriots fans really that bitter about the Broncos being a good team that we have to bash them every chance we get?

     
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    Are Patriots fans really that bitter about the Broncos being a good team that we have to bash them every chance we get?



    "We", Bustchise? You're a Pats fan now, Bustchise?  Odd.




    Stop responding to me if you're going to pull the bustchise card every time.

     
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    In response to Bungalow-Bill's comment:

    Are Patriots fans really that bitter about the Broncos being a good team that we have to bash them every chance we get?




    well for me personally I def. am not bitter. Bitter of what exactly? I dont get excited about high scoring offenses and our Patriots team just put up the highest total of the season by ANY team when earlier in the year people were checking for what the points scored record was. I dont give Fox credit cuz we all know Manning is a coach on the field. he IS the offense. On defense they have given up too many points to credit Fox with that side either. What am I missing? Coach of the year is for great coaching jobs. I gave manning the nod, down the list. I love the fact that Denver is doing what they are doing, taking the attention off of us. Too bad that is over as we are about to make our regular Run after thanksgiving and start piling them up.

    How hard it is to sit on the sidelines while Manning goes to Decker, Welker, Thomas and Thomas??  and when the Colts shut down the passing game, what was Fox' adjustment?

     
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    Here's a thought:

    If the Chiefs had the same number of injuries happening to key players, expecially on their D, like the Pats are enduring now, would they be 9 - 0?  Look at the teams they have played and how they have been winning.  Not a single offensive TD scored against Buffalo??!!  What happens when they play a team with an offense that can REALLY score which also has a stout D?  Upcoming games against the Broncos, Chargers and Colts may pull back the curtain on this wizard behind this team.

    Yes, Reid has done a great job with a team many have thought had a good group of players, even last year, and are putting it together this year.  BB, on the other hand, has had to juggle a constantly changing line-up and still wins.



    When you draft and/or sign players with a history of injury (Gronk and Amendola) or depend upon fat old DLmen who then get injured after underperforming in the defense of the run game, you don't get extra credit for not sucking.  The only real difference maker lost was Gronk.  And there was no one but Belichick himself to blame for that one.



    ?????????   Totally missed the point!!!!




    Not at all.  you're whinng about the part of the game that is one of the few constants.  Injuries.  Furthermore, virtually every person here seems to think that, while saying out of one side of their mouth that GM Belichick is a roster genius because he is able to balance out the roster to provide this incredible depth to deal with injuries, out of the other side is the claim that every injury the Patritos have is so much more devastating than those of other teams.  KC had 2 wins last year.  The Jets, with no consideration to their many injured players were predicted to be the worst team in the NFL with half of their starters new, a rookie QB and a new coaching staff, aside from HC. The Patriots are coming off a 12 win season, have an established QB who had the top offense last year.  Anything less than 12 wins is regession.



    Whine?  Where's the whine?  Again, you MISSED the point of my post.

    #1 - The Chiefs have been a pretty healthy bunch, would they still be winning if they lost key players like other teams?

    #2 - They have yet to play any teams with offensive firepower who can score in which their offense (whatever it is given the Buffalo game) needs to score on its own to win and they are playing a team with a decent defense.

    Instead you prattle about the Jets.  Who said anything about BB and where do the Jets fit into this????

     
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    In response to Bungalow-Bill's comment:

    Are Patriots fans really that bitter about the Broncos being a good team that we have to bash them every chance we get?



    Where is the Bronco bashing here?

     
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    Right now Andy Reid would be the favorite. Right behind him how can it not be BB? We got no business being 7-2 and somehow we are. That's Coaching.

     

    Nothing would make me happier than KC beating Denver. I just don't see it. I think Denver not only beats KC twice but beats them easily in KC and lights them up in Denver, and badly.

     
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