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Thread: How Would You Feel if Walsh Had Coached the Dolphins?

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    How Would You Feel if Walsh Had Coached the Dolphins?

    Bill Walsh (RIP) has gotten me thinking: Bill Walsh was 75. Don Shula is over 77. How would the Nation, Florida, Miami, and the Dolphin and NFL community act when in 50 years (I hope) Don Shula perishes? What about Harry Kalas? Jimmy Johnson, Larry Csonka, Bob Griese, and Dan Marino? I hope all of these men live as long as possible, but how would you react when they die?
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    Marino would have had at least 2 rings. Look how Walsh drafted and built a franchise. Danny would have been regarded as the best QB of all time with no arguments whatsoever.
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    Just saw a short thing on ESPN about him. Walsh put a lot of emphasis on timing/hitting the receiver on target in stride- one of the things Cam Cameron is stressing in camp. I just hope TG and the WR have it down by September!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phinman84 View Post
    Marino would have had at least 2 rings. Look how Walsh drafted and built a franchise. Danny would have been regarded as the best QB of all time with no arguments whatsoever.
    Well lets not get ahead of ourselves. Walsh "built" that franchise by spending, spending, and more spending. It ruined the 49ers till, well maybe last year. I'm not saying Walsh wasn't a good Coach but the owners money had much more to do with those (and the Cowboys) championships than any "X's & 0's" or drafting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CammyCamCam View Post
    Just saw a short thing on ESPN about him. Walsh put a lot of emphasis on timing/hitting the receiver on target in stride- one of the things Cam Cameron is stressing in camp. I just hope TG and the WR have it down by September!
    Good thing Camron is putting an emphasis on that! Heck I hear the other 31 Head Coaches are putting an emphasis on not hitting the WR on target or hitting him on the left ankle! darn we'll have a nice advantage there!
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    I didnt know 4 super bowl titles meant the ruining of the franchise. I think that the dolphins probably would have won a super bowl during that time because he utilized an offense that had never been seen before in that time period. Speaking of drafting, he was the one to draft jerry rice, joe montana, dwight clark, and ronnie lott who were all dark horses before their involvment with the 49ers. So drafting was just as important as FA to their success.
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    You want Shula to live another 50 years? Who the hell wants to live to be over 100?

    Maybe Dan could have gotten a ring?
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    I will be amazed if Don Shula lives until the age of 127.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike13 View Post
    Who the hell wants to live to be over 100?
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