torn here on this because hes probably a smarting qb then favre was but he "has no marbles" like favre had.
I think he'd be a great coach.
The question is if he'd want to.
People seem to forget he's been the best qb we had in years, and has at least led us to playoffs.would he make a good coach? who knows. Sometimes the best players are the worst coaches, and sometimes they're the best ones.It depends on his personality, teaching skills, work ethic, etc. Things it's imposible for me to know about Pennington.
The quarterbacks clap and Philbin rises. "I have to leave on a high note," he says, "like George Costanza."
Certainly, I think Chad would be great because he is a student of the game.
Similar skill set to flynn.. Could be a match in heaven
I am very sure if he wanted, he could be a very good teacher. The man is very smart, has an extremely high football IQ, and it has always been talked about, as far as Pennington's after football career, that he could be a very good coach.
When asking yourself, could he be as good coach, don't judge him on his physical abilities as much as what he will bring to the table mentally.
Pennington is working at the TEST Football Academy in South Florida this year.
http://www.sun-sentinel.com/sports/m...,1616415.storyPennington conducts classroom tutorials with former college stars like LSU's Jordan Jefferson and Richmond's Aaron Corp, helping them improve their understanding of defenses, and the football jargon they'll need to use to impress NFL executives.
"[I'm talking] to them about how to be a professional, the little things, understanding how important the details are. They're magnified now because the competition is greater," said Pennington, who works with TEST clients twice a week.
"The athleticism is greater [in the NFL], which means the details must be paid more attention to because you just can't be a better athlete anymore."
Maybe this is the beginning of Pennington's entry into the world of coaching?
Why so he could go on IR after the 1st OTA.