Re: Seattle and our scoring.
posted at 10/25/2012 9:22 PM EDT
In response to BabeParilli's comment:
In response to TrueChamp's comment:
Say I had 2 employees working for me, and 1 was the consistent "employee of the month" and was the best at his job in the entire country. I paid him 75k a year out of a 100k budget.
The other was newer employee with limited experience and I paid him the remaining 25 k of the budgeted salary. When it came down to the final day to hit a hypothetical quota, and neither employee did a thing to achieve the goal, then who should I be more angry with? The guy that can't really be relied on to do much, or the guy I put the majority of my faith and my money into?
Of course then again I left out the part that my entire management staff which helped me build the company had been stolen away to other firms, and I now more or less stand alone, but I'm sure a few of you don't/won't understand the impact that sound management, or "coaching" can have on employees growth and maximization of potential.
Since we have used 13 of our 17 1st or second round draft picks on defense since 2007, of course our defense makes less. All the picks after the top 10 are relatively very cheap.
Weis and Crennel had periods where they were available to rehire as they were out of work, and we didn't see them here. And there are plenty of experienced NFL guys available but BB just doesn't pull the trigger on them. He promotes his yes men.
And out comes Babe with his BB is a bad GM angle...or is it BB is a bad coach by promoting "yes men" to his coaching staff?
Crennel and Weiss both had multiple head coaching opportunities. They are both currently head coaches.
I see you feel BB is a power monger who only promotes people who won't challenge him. Or he is doing the best he can with what he has to work with. Everything I read about BB says he allows his coaches to coach, and values others opinions.
Although why would I talk to you about this?