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#157 Snake

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Posted 30 November 2010 - 06:48 PM

I would not be happy with his style of coaching. If your gonna get a hard nosed HC make it Zimmer.



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Posted 30 November 2010 - 07:56 PM

instant respect in the lockerroom won't win you games and harbaugh would command just as much respect, even though he doesn't have a nice yellow jacket. i have seen nothing from him that shows he would be able to compete in a league that is getting more and more aggressive offeensively through the air. the only thing i see from him is a throwback to a type of football that is increasingly getting passed by on the side of the road. i seriously don't see him being any better or much different than fox.
thats fine as a player. that doesn't make you a good coach. people are giving him far too much credit for being a part of a couple teams that did well. i'm sure his contribution helped, but they weren't won because of him.

i respect him as a player, but i don't see anything that that says this is a guy that help the pantehrs move into the future. i don't see him as being a guy with progresive or innovative ideas. i see run the ball, stop the run. i see tough, but not aggressive. i see old school in a new school and i see bringing a knife to a gun fight because "thats the way it worked when i played."

oh...and being an offensive coach, riding the coattails of some very good and well coached teams to a superbowl or two isn't more impressive than a guy taking a small crappy team and building it into a winning program, not once, but twice. grimm has been around longer and what has he buillt?

for a young team that is in the rebuild stage, i want someone who has made it happen, not someone that has been there while others built it.


So basically, you want Jimmy Johnson or Bill Parcells. Don't see anyone else out there that fills that bill.

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Posted 30 November 2010 - 07:59 PM

I think if we have to pick a Steelers coach it should be Bruce Arians. Not that Im loving that pick but he did make the Steelers better.

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Posted 30 November 2010 - 08:36 PM

Do people even know what Grimm's style of coaching would be or are they just jumping to conclusions based on his appearance? Yes, I think they are.

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Posted 30 November 2010 - 08:52 PM

Do people even know what Grimm's style of coaching would be or are they just jumping to conclusions based on his appearance? Yes, I think they are.


He is a old school run first coach. It was one of the reason the Steelers picked Omar Epps over Grimm.

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Posted 30 November 2010 - 09:09 PM

He is a old school run first coach.


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Posted 30 November 2010 - 09:11 PM

Well...my friends who are huge Steelers fans will be happy. All I have to say is we better pick Luck. Other than that I don't care.


I'd be even happier if he took Arians with him

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Posted 30 November 2010 - 09:18 PM

booorrrrrrrrrinnnnnggggggg


I was thinking ineffective but Boring works.

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Posted 30 November 2010 - 09:29 PM

Why? We dont' need a NAME coach, we need the RIGHT coach. All these 'names' were NOTHING at one time till given a chance. Maybe it is Russ' time?

i don't care about the name. i care about someone that shows a lot of potential in being able to craft a champion team that will be ahead of the curve rather than fighting against it. before you say i'm jumping on the harbaugh bandwagon, i've been pulling for this guy to be our coach for well over a year now. quitea bit before all they hype came.

But it's important to remember that this whole idea of Grimm being a HC candidate for us is based on pure speculation by Schefter, so it's really not worth getting excited about either way.

true. schefter has a tendency to pull stuff out of his anus like florio. he doesn't do it as often as he used to, but it still happens.

So basically, you want Jimmy Johnson or Bill Parcells. Don't see anyone else out there that fills that bill.

i'm refering to people that have worked at building a successful program or heavily contributed to it. like zimmer has with defenses he's been involved in. like harbaugh has done with the two programs he built. i just don't see anything soecial about an oline coach. i don't see why i would want a team that is having to deal with some great offensive minds trying to stick to some old school brand of football.

Do people even know what Grimm's style of coaching would be or are they just jumping to conclusions based on his appearance? Yes, I think they are.

it's got nothing to do with his appearance. it has everythig to do with him being an old school coach who is living off his HoF playing career. if it wasn't for that, we wouldn't be talking about him at all.

He is a old school run first coach. It was one of the reason the Steelers picked Omar Epps over Grimm.

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Posted 30 November 2010 - 09:41 PM

"run first" is a proven winning formula in the NFL. run the ball effectively, set up play action to move you down the field. it works and eventually the league is going to shift back to this model in a few years. it always goes back to this.

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Posted 30 November 2010 - 09:46 PM

Hum....if its going to shift back to 'run first' why the heck are we gonna fire Fox.....he's been pretty consistant at running on 1st and 2nd downs........hahahahhhaahhahahahahhaha

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Posted 30 November 2010 - 09:49 PM

"run first" is a proven winning formula in the NFL. run the ball effectively, set up play action to move you down the field. it works and eventually the league is going to shift back to this model in a few years. it always goes back to this.



NFL rules dont point to that. The rules as of now make it more of a pass first league.