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    I know a guy, who knows a guy, who lived with a guy that beat franchise mode in madden 25 on all Madden and won the superbowl. I wonder if he could be a good NFL coach....thoughts?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dolphans1 View Post
    Your wrong, look how many teams are seeking a High School State Title in all states, my High School has only won 1 State title in 40 years in the State of Florida.

    The NFL through the years have had only 28-32 teams, and perhaps less, you know what the odds are at that....? 1:32

    Wining a division title is even easier, 25% chance you can win your division.

    You apparently don't understand statistics.
    Are you sure you went to high school?


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    Quote Originally Posted by godolphins1985 View Post
    I know a guy, who knows a guy, who lived with a guy that beat franchise mode in madden 25 on all Madden and won the superbowl. I wonder if he could be a good NFL coach....thoughts?
    Getting to the SB in madden is a lot harder then Getting to the superbowl in real life. I think your friend has a damn good shot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by madmic21 View Post
    Statistics don't show which is harder in this case. I was the pitching coach for a high school team that lost in the state title game. Doesn't make me the next Dave Duncan. To add to that he wasn't a Peyton Manning type QB. He was a gunslinger. Not the cerebral type you would want in the NFL.
    But what you did was great, coming in 2nd is not bad, and its important because it teaches kids.

    What you did was great.

    A lot of kids never feel what you felt.

    In the end, its just a game....
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    Basically what DS is saying is: - Don't call trolls names, just ignore them...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DisturbedShifty View Post
    Let me rephrase this, it is against the TOS to directly call someone out like you did. By calling him an "idiot" you did exactly that.

    Again, even though you can see his posts, does NOT mean you have to respond to them. You come off as the person who does not add anything to the board by insulting him the way you did.

    You want to insult him, that's what The Depths forum is for. I suggest you take the name calling there.
    I'm not calling him an idiot anymore. And it's a board, whatever deductions people are making about my character or how "I come off" over a post or two is not going to keep me up at night. I think forming views about people on that basis would be a little short sighted...I'm sure if you look through the bulk of my posts you'll see some substance and actually some people who like what I say. But ya I'm done the name calling, I've laid it out there.

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    There's a big difference between being an offensive coordinator for a HS football team and an NFL coach/coordinator. We're talking about coaching grown men here. Hell, even Saban couldn't do that.
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    Yeah, the most selfish player of his era, who cares less about his team than himself, who loves to cheat on his cancer-stricken wife by seducing younger look-alikes through texted dick pics is someone I want coaching my impressionable players. Hell, when it was indirectly his responsibility, he didnt' even want to work pro-actively with Rodgers as an incoming rookie. Beyond that, he's a self-aggrandizing azzhole who purposely stayed on to break Dan's records (and fortunately set a hard to reach Interception record at the same time) so for that alone I want no part of him. Kapish?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    Yeah, the most selfish player of his era, who cares less about his team than himself, who loves to cheat on his cancer-stricken wife by seducing younger look-alikes through texted dick pics is someone I want coaching my impressionable players. Hell, when it was indirectly his responsibility, he didnt' even want to work pro-actively with Rodgers as an incoming rookie. Beyond that, he's a self-aggrandizing azzhole who purposely stayed on to break Dan's records (and fortunately set a hard to reach Interception record at the same time) so for that alone I want no part of him. Kapish?
    So Vaark is a maybe on Farve!
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    Quote Originally Posted by grushcow View Post
    I'm not calling him an idiot anymore. And it's a board, whatever deductions people are making about my character or how "I come off" over a post or two is not going to keep me up at night. I think forming views about people on that basis would be a little short sighted...I'm sure if you look through the bulk of my posts you'll see some substance and actually some people who like what I say. But ya I'm done the name calling, I've laid it out there.
    Look dude, I don't hold it against you, we're men and we're all here to have fun and get excited about winning, especially tomorrow. I'm not here to be a troll or stir the board up at all. I love this board, the team and people who participate.

    I would never put anyone down, based on their opinion.

    But our opinions is what makes all our seasons and history interesting and memorable.

    I recall hearing Warren Moon would not make a good NFL QB, I recall hearing Vince Young would be great. I really believe 90% of it is mental, the players themselves can't handle the pressure of winning and the disgruntled fans.

    Have a good Holiday.

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