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RIP Chuck Noll

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RIP. He was one of the greatest. May God bless his soul.

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Such an underrated coach. Sad to see him pass, condolences to his family.

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Chuck was one of the greats along side Landry.  Hate both teams but I am not retarded enough to not recognize coaches of historical significnce.

 

How do you spell significience?

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Too bad Tomlin doesn't have even 1/1000th of the class that Noll had.  RIP.

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Mad respect for the Steel Curtain.

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RIP Noll.

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A couple of days ago someone mentioned great franchises and how they started.   Pittsburgh was one of the worst ever until Knoll took over.

 

Took a blue collar team in a blue collar town to the top of the NFL for nearly a decade.    I dated a girl in northwesten Pennsylvania in 1981 and could only remember the ONE FOR THE THUMB IN 81 theme for the Steelers.

 

Knoll never showed too much emotion but damn his teams were tough.  Tomlin and even Cohwer will never come out to fhe shadow of the greatest coach in Franchise history.

 

God rest your Soul, Chuck. 

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Rest in Peace Chuck Noll.  

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One of the best to ever coach the game :(

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my moms side of the family lived in PA and had been there for at least a couple generations and they were all steeler fans. the identity that team had pretty well matched the people there. very tough hard working blue collar types who took pride in what they did. the steelers weren't my favorite team back in the 70s, but i sure loved them and loved getting to watch them and that team just had so many characters. noll wasn't one of the guys that stood out, but i doubt that team wouldn't have been able to stick together and operate so well as a unit for so long without him. RIP chuck noll

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I hate Pittsburgh and their fans but knoll was one of the best. RIP

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