Discussion in 'Arizona Cardinals' started by Zeem_Freeze, Mar 26, 2021.
It was posted that we don’t realize how good a coach shanahan really is.
I responded some of us know about exactly what kind of coach he is. That’s what started this.
I said he’s below .500 coach. Which he is. You and others came in with the injury excuses. I showed how good coaches deal with it.
Agree he built with the GM a good roster, especially the defense, but in the nfl if u get the wrong qb the fall is pretty quickly for everyone
Look at Whisehunt
Welp I’m pretty sure you’re way on the wrong side of the consensus on this in league.
And Shanahan is 41 so he has 16 years to catch Sean Payton, 26 years to catch Belichick and 22 years to match Andy Reid.
Again, zero context argument. That is like saying Bill Belichick bad coach without Tom Brady because his record is 59-69. It's true, but it isn't true.
In your opinion or are your pretty sure? Doesn't a mortgage company have an advertisement campaign currnetly running about being "pretty sure".
Ok, I got it.
In context, yours I guess, or it suits your POV, Shanahan is a great coach as long as there are few injuries and his QB plays every game.
Yup, I’m also pretty sure that none of those consequences really have any relevance to this conversation. If you think he’s a bad coach due solely to his record that’s your prerogative. I think it’s poor analysis.
Shanahan is a very good coach that has been getting stricken by injuries during his tenure. I do think some on social media tends to think he walks on water, but still, very good coach.
I do fear McVay more as an overall HC tho. Even counting Shanny’s SB team, we played them close in every single matchup he has arrived. Can’t say that about McVay.
Looking forward to seeing what Fields does in NFL. Big arm, accurate, will stand in pocket under pressure, 6'3" 225lb but wheels to scramble. Just hoping he doesn't land in the NFC West if his talent translates to the NFL.
Not as good as Wilson’s toss but damn:
I would say about 20% given that only about 12 of the last 60 first round QBs have turned out to be proven franchise qb caliber and that is being generous by counting those without 10 years. Sure, they are drafting early, but early has not translated to success.
Thank you. I actually LOL'd at this. How do you judge coaches?
How well they maximize the talent they’re given and facts and circumstances they’re dealt. Record in a vacuum is a lazy and unsophisticated “analysis” (and I put that in quotes bc I don’t think it actually qualifies as “analysis”).
your way of thinking results in firing the best manager when you’ve given him/her no talent, the worst accounts, during a terrible industry event and they still manage to turn a minor profit.
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