First off, shame on all of the posters calling OP an idiot. An idiot would never come up something so brilliant.
I actually have a better idea, though. I know a very prolific optimist coach in Broward County that Ross should seriously take a look to replace Philbin. This genius of a man molds 115 pound pre pubescent boys into gridiron warriors. The NFL would be a walk in the park. We may even be able to get a package deal here... I am still in contact with the elderly woman that organized the fundraiser for our pads and cleats. Rumor has it that Jerry Jones is trying like hell to bring her in as Cowboys VP of Football Operations. Luckily, I just purchased some Sally Foster wrapping paper from her granddaughter so she owes me a favor (meeting with Ross).
If Ross wants to meet with her, I think I could make it happen. We will definitely have to have to throw a lot of guaranteed money at her, though. She is so good at managing the cap that every year for the last 5 years, on top of new pads, the entire team was able to have a pizza party.
Last edited by broccoli rob; 12-07-2013 at 05:20 PM.
The grandest of mediocrities, Joe Philbin is not an NFL coach.
He is a shrinking violet garbed in an aqua polo and adorned with a headset.
He is a man unloved by his players, outwitted by his rivals and overwhelmed by his duties.
Philbin is John Harbaugh if he never won. He’s Mike Tomlin if he never showed fire.
He’s Jason Garrett if he never smiled. He is the worst coach in the NFL.
Favre also had an unreal season with the Vikings, he surpassed the former great Vikings defensive end Jim Marshall, for the number of consecutive starts at one position, he also became the first quarterback in NFL history to defeat every one of the league's 32 franchises, since the NFL first expanded to 32 franchises in 2002, He also surpassed Dan Marino's previous record for four-touchdown games, and was named to his 11th Pro Bowl. The Vikings finished 12-4 and advanced to the NFC Championship game, ultimately losing in overtime to the eventual Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints, and if you guys recall, he threw a stupid bonehead pick.
Now he's won a High School State Championship as a offensive coach, but gives credit to special teams.
This thread will get over 100 comments and 100 no thanks. Stop the insanity!
Not cool to openly insult OP the way you did... In response to the original poster, not sure I would openly accept Favre as a coaching option but I appreciate you posting article. I'll take a look at it. Thanks.
COME ON' RYAN!!!
I think the op makes a valid point however based on my own feelings of farve I'd pass. We don't need that ass clown in our organization. We already have too many clowns. However I would take just about anybody over sherman
You and I know games are rigged to a certain degree, and winning football is a game of chance.
If the NFL was a true open League, it would be open to any businessman to bring in a new team (every year) and all the rules as far as revenue sharing, TV contracts would be out the window.
The NFL was great, as far as integrity goes, prior to the AFL - NFL merger, since then, the rules, integrity, the whinny new players has tarnished the NFL.
Even if I buy into your argument of 200 state champions in only a 50 state country, unless you mean by divisions, my argument stands better than yours.
There are only 32 teams in a 50 state country. (and its not 52 either.)