Scarnecchia Speaks At The Hall’s Speaker Series

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    Four years from now when he becomes eligible for the Pats HOF I hope fans don't forget what a tremendous job he did for this organization.

     
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    Four years from now when he becomes eligible for the Pats HOF I hope fans don't forget what a tremendous job he did for this organization.



    He's a shoe-in.

     
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    Four years from now when he becomes eligible for the Pats HOF I hope fans don't forget what a tremendous job he did for this organization.




    Hes a legend really and how can you forget a name like Scarnecchia.   Thats a football name if I ever heard one.  


    The linemen should paint Scars on their Necks as a tribute to him. 

     
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    We were lucky he stayed on an extra few years per requet of BB. This is the toughest coaching loss since Weiss and Crennel. The guy survived through 4 decades with 1 team. Every coaching regime that came in here said, "This guy stays". That says it all.

     
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    Who is replacing his position? I don't remember...

    http://www.patriots.com/news/article-1/Dante-Scarnecchia-to-retire-Dave-Deguglielmo-named-new-Offensive-Line-Coach/367f62a4-b7e3-40e7-b840-85b92291231a

    DAVE DEGUGLIELMO

    Dave DeGuglielmo is a 22-year coaching veteran, including nine seasons in the NFL as an assistant for the New York Jets (2012), Miami Dolphins (2009-11) and New York Giants (2004-08).

    DeGuglielmo joined the Giants in 2004 as the assistant offensive line/quality control coach before being elevated to assistant offensive line coach in 2005. During his tenure, the Giants were one of only four NFL teams to have put together a 4.0-yard average per rush attempt or better in each of those four seasons. In 2008, the Giants led the league and established a franchise record with 2,518 rushing yards and 5.0 yards per carry. He joined the Miami Dolphins staff on Jan. 15, 2009 and served three seasons as the offensive line coach. Under DeGuglielmo's guidance, the Dolphins' offensive line blocked for a running game that gained 1,987 yards in 2011 and produced Reggie Bush's first career 1,000-yard season. Following three seasons in Miami, Deguglielmo spent the 2012 season as the offensive line coach for the New York Jets.

    Before entering the NFL coaching ranks, DeGuglielmo spent five seasons (1999-2003) under Hall of Fame coach Lou Holtz at the University of South Carolina working with the offensive line and tight ends. He began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Boston College (1991-92) before moving to his alma mater, Boston University (1993-96) and then the University of Connecticut (1997-98). A native of Lexington, Mass., DeGuglielmo was a four-year letter-winning offensive lineman at Boston University (1987-90), while playing both guard and center.

     
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    let's not get to carried away on the lovefest for coach Scarnecchia, he was very good but he was the architect of the Olines that were crushed by the Giants twice and the Broncos in the afccg. He put together great groups that won sb 36 38 and 39 but stuck by his weaker group in 42 and 46.

     
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    let's not get to carried away on the lovefest for coach Scarnecchia, he was very good but he was the architect of the Olines that were crushed by the Giants twice and the Broncos in the afccg. He put together great groups that won sb 36 38 and 39 but stuck by his weaker group in 42 and 46.



    Those O lines were some of the highest rated O lines in the league those years, they were damn good.

    Sometimes when you pass 45 times to a dozen runs against the #1 pass rush in the NFL your QB gets sacked.

     
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    The ONE person the Pats will miss most next year.......

     
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    The ONE person the Pats will miss most next year.......




    I think that's probably the case. 

     
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    Who is replacing his position? I don't remember...

    http://www.patriots.com/news/article-1/Dante-Scarnecchia-to-retire-Dave-Deguglielmo-named-new-Offensive-Line-Coach/367f62a4-b7e3-40e7-b840-85b92291231a

    DAVE DEGUGLIELMO

    Dave DeGuglielmo is a 22-year coaching veteran, including nine seasons in the NFL as an assistant for the New York Jets (2012), Miami Dolphins (2009-11) and New York Giants (2004-08).

    DeGuglielmo joined the Giants in 2004 as the assistant offensive line/quality control coach before being elevated to assistant offensive line coach in 2005. During his tenure, the Giants were one of only four NFL teams to have put together a 4.0-yard average per rush attempt or better in each of those four seasons. In 2008, the Giants led the league and established a franchise record with 2,518 rushing yards and 5.0 yards per carry. He joined the Miami Dolphins staff on Jan. 15, 2009 and served three seasons as the offensive line coach. Under DeGuglielmo's guidance, the Dolphins' offensive line blocked for a running game that gained 1,987 yards in 2011 and produced Reggie Bush's first career 1,000-yard season. Following three seasons in Miami, Deguglielmo spent the 2012 season as the offensive line coach for the New York Jets.

    Before entering the NFL coaching ranks, DeGuglielmo spent five seasons (1999-2003) under Hall of Fame coach Lou Holtz at the University of South Carolina working with the offensive line and tight ends. He began his coaching career as a graduate assistant at Boston College (1991-92) before moving to his alma mater, Boston University (1993-96) and then the University of Connecticut (1997-98). A native of Lexington, Mass., DeGuglielmo was a four-year letter-winning offensive lineman at Boston University (1987-90), while playing both guard and center.



    I wonder if he had a hand in drawing up the ButtFumble......

     
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