I believe any man's finest hour - his greatest fulfillment to all he holds dear, is that moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle...Victorious
Sparano was clearly in-over his head, being hired as a head coach when he had no kind of experience of any significance in major prior coaching roles. When I originally heard of the hiring in 2008, no exaggerration. Im not gonna censor myself......
Inspired by no other than Ben Violin
UUUhhh....it kinda worked....'cause we started winning....
I keep seeing people post that "last-half-year" logic on this forum ... football just seems to pass them by & they get all caught up in fandom explanations!!
When I die I want to hire the Miami Dolphin's to be my pallbearers so they can let me down one last time.
My personal Draft:
1st Round: C. J Mosley(ILB)
2nd Round: Joel Bitonio(T)
3rd Round: C. J. Fiedorowicz(TE)
4th Round: Dakota Dozier (T/G)
5th Round: Daniel McCullers(DT)
6th Round: Marqueston Huff(S/CB)
7th Round: Jay Prosch(FB)
Sparano had some good qualities but to be fair mostly bad qualities. Lack of taking chances, developing players, intelligence, learning from your mistakes, probably a lack of authority too. Really still think Ireland instigated going after Harbaugh last off season because he knew what a crap coach Sparano was.
I don't expect the Jets to be 0-6 either, but even so, if anyone knows how Sparano works, he always makes sure you win meaningless games, bad enough to not make the playoffs but insures your franchise from a Top pick. Sparano's teams are the ultimate treadmill teams.