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Tepper and Rhule not seeing eye to eye?


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Why not just hire both? Tepper has plenty of money to hire a Peters and then a strong analytical guy to be his assistant. 

But tepper said disagreement is a good thing! A little discomfort is great! What could go wrong!

Just pick one already, got damnn.. 

45 minutes ago, Mr. Scot said:

...I'd say it looks like Matt Rhule won that argument.

You can be assured Rhule will never once force Tepper to do something he doesn't want to do.

Let's see who actually gets hired and what sort of skill-set bring with them before we make proclamations which are convenient to the narrative supporting the archaic NFL model that so many seem petrified to depart from...

Tepper from 12/21/20:

"I'm trying to figure out what should be the right structure for an organization today," he said. "Just because there's been the same structure in the NFL forever in a lot of places doesn't mean it should be the same structure now."

"Absolutely you have the GM evaluating player personnel and involved collaboratively with the head coach and also with some input going both ways between coach and GM. I want input running freely throughout the organization with people working together."

"...Marty and I had a little bit of difference in philosophy. He leaned toward more traditional techniques versus a more data-driven, analytical process, but I think some marrying of that would be more in line."

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There's a new model in town boys...

...The Appaloosa Model -- and it's a proven winner!!

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Description of the role of analytics within the Patriots & Titans organizations:

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

The Kraft family’s business-driven approach to running a franchise encompasses analytics—evident by the advent of the Jessica Gelman-led Kraft Analytics group—and the team has been analytics-heavy in cap management since they bought the team. Bill Belichick uses 64-year-old ex-Wall Street trader Ernie Adams in that area. And while the team is seen as an innovator, it’s not like there’s a large football analytics staff. Rather, the coaches and scouts are all responsible for integrating data provided for them into their work. Belichick is known for giving members of his football staff projects that would fall under the analytics heading.

TENNESSEE TITANS

GM Jon Robinson has set this up very much in the image of the Patriots’ operation—scouts and coaches are responsible for integrating data into the work. And the belief in Nashville holds that the data has been effective in making the personnel staff and coaches more efficient, and creating a backstop against decisions when the scouting and analytics don’t match up. So are they believers? Enough so to the point where two scouting assistants with analytics backgrounds were recently hired.

https://www.si.com/nfl/2017/06/28/nfl-analytics-front-office-old-school-approach-draft-game-planning-charting

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Clearly Monti Ossenfort would arrive well schooled and operationally adept at all thing analytics.

He also possesses the best academic resume of the finalists with 2 different Masters Degrees to complement his undergraduate degree in Economics and Management.

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14 hours ago, SizzleBuzz said:

Description of the role of analytics within the Patriots & Titans organizations:

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

The Kraft family’s business-driven approach to running a franchise encompasses analytics—evident by the advent of the Jessica Gelman-led Kraft Analytics group—and the team has been analytics-heavy in cap management since they bought the team. Bill Belichick uses 64-year-old ex-Wall Street trader Ernie Adams in that area. And while the team is seen as an innovator, it’s not like there’s a large football analytics staff. Rather, the coaches and scouts are all responsible for integrating data provided for them into their work. Belichick is known for giving members of his football staff projects that would fall under the analytics heading.

TENNESSEE TITANS

GM Jon Robinson has set this up very much in the image of the Patriots’ operation—scouts and coaches are responsible for integrating data into the work. And the belief in Nashville holds that the data has been effective in making the personnel staff and coaches more efficient, and creating a backstop against decisions when the scouting and analytics don’t match up. So are they believers? Enough so to the point where two scouting assistants with analytics backgrounds were recently hired.

https://www.si.com/nfl/2017/06/28/nfl-analytics-front-office-old-school-approach-draft-game-planning-charting

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Clearly Monti Ossenfort would arrive well schooled and operationally adept at all thing analytics.

He also possesses the best academic resume of the finalists with 2 different Masters Degrees to complement his undergraduate degree in Economics and Management.

Does anyone know what Belichick’s major was in college?

if you think that it had something to do with coaching or education, then you would be wrong. It was in fact Economics... which is a out of the box statistical and analytics based science.

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54 minutes ago, Monrowed said:

Does anyone know what Belichick’s major was in college?

if you think that it had something to do with coaching or education, then you would be wrong. It was in fact Economics... which is a out of the box statistical and analytics based science.

Monti was an Econ major too!

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1 hour ago, Monrowed said:

Does anyone know what Belichick’s major was in college?

if you think that it had something to do with coaching or education, then you would be wrong. It was in fact Economics... which is a out of the box statistical and analytics based science.

So far I think the stats are telling him he's not very good without Tom Brady.

Honestly, if you looked at the degrees of head coaches and general managers across the league, you'll find a lot of variety.

Which is no shock. It's not like there are any colleges out there offering a major in football.

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