How would we know? LOL such a random hypothetical... Would you want Dan Marino to be our QB coach? Or how about Chris Weinke? Maybe Peyton Manning when he retires?
No one that posts on a message board *really* knows anything about his ability to teach/mentor a QB - not like we have tape on that.
You Penny fan boys can't let him go, can you?
BTW, no I wouldn't want him as QB coach. He has nothing in his past that says he would make a good coach, unless you want to point to Henne?
Is he any good?
I'm sure he'd be a smart, methodical dedicated teacher, but the question is, can he intellectually separate himself from his own checkdowns and accurate short passing game to exploit the strengths of a more physically talented QB? I'd think since he had some success serving as reinforcement for the way he did things, it might be easier said than done.
I dunno.. I'm twixt and tween on this.
give him a shot , wasnt he like one of the most accurate qbs ever ?
I don't see why he wouldn't be able to contribute on the coaching level. He's played the position as well as, or better than, some other coaches out there.
That being said, I don't know if you just hand him a QB coach position. If coaching is something he really wants to do I think he'd probably need to hit up the collegiate level first? But maybe not.
Either way I'm pretty sure I read he wanted to coach highschool and younger kids who were in their formidable years and more impressionable. Something to the effect of him thinking he could have a greater impact on youth football players and it would be more rewarding for him... class act if I've ever seen one...hence my sig.
p.s i think harbaugh sucked a QB was never more than average and he's doing pretty well. every case is different though but QB's make good coaches..who knows the game better then them?
I could go along with it. He's got the experience and supposedly very cerebral. He organized a lot of the offensive team meetings and understands the complexities of running a pro offense.
Just win Phin baby!