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  • #31
    Eric Mangini for COY!!!

    /Sarcasm font

    Shout out to kalbears13. Best DC sig'er EVER!!!

    Originally posted by CameronCropper
    I've seen my fair share of nasty porn in my days, things that are much worse than Rex Ryan's videos, but something about knowing that Rex is behind the camera makes me feel incredibly uncomfortable.


    • #32
      Originally posted by no bare feet View Post
      Someone show me where people predicted the Pats to not have anywhere between 10-12 wins.
      Sure. Anyone who predicted the Dolphins to make the playoffs along with the Jets. There was a ton of that early in the year. Wouldn't take long to go through some pre-season picks to see that. We were supposed to be in a bridge year this year and be an 8 or 9 win team and this was the Jets division to lose, supposedly.

      R.I.P. Junior Seau


      • #33
        I don't care what the Bears record is, Lovie Smith belongs nowhere near a coach of the year thread.


        • #34
          Originally posted by J-Mike88 View Post
          Where's the poll here?

          My vote goes to Todd Haley. Nobody expected the Chiefs to come close to winning a division.

          Tampa Bay's Raheem Morris gets my runner-up vote, followed by Green Bay's Mike McCarthy.

          To recap:

          #1- Haley
          #2- Morris
          #3- McCarthy
          #4- Love Smith
          #5- Mike Smith
          How exactly are you ranking McCarthy 3rd? Before the start of the season people were saying that the Packers were favourites for the Super Bowl, that it was between them and the Vikings for the division with an edge towards the Packers.

          If the Bears win on Sunday I don't see how this season will be seen as anything but a massive failure?

          Anyway, Lovie doesn't deserve COY at all as Monomach already pointed out, the Bears have had their success this season in spite of Lovie Smith as opposed to because of him.


          • #35
            Originally posted by no bare feet View Post
            The Patriots were expected to be a 12 win type of team this year regardless of the roster turnover.
            Are you serious? Most of this board predicted that the Patriots would miss the playoffs. Some even predicted that they'd finish third in the division.


            • #36

              Tons of worthy candidates this year, but I gotta be a homer and go with my guy Rah. Everyone may not agree with what he says in his press conferences, but it definately works for the team. The Bucs were the first team in history to have a winning record while starting 10 rookies. Rah has been doing it with practice squad players and rookies. The O-line is currently starting 1 player who was starting at the beginning of the year(including two rookies and two first year starters). At one point the Bucs were starting 3 7th round rookies. Rah has dealt with the suspension of the defences best player(Tanard) and an injury to its second best player(Tailb). Not to mention how well he handled the whole Mike Williams "DWB" thing, all while rightfully putting all his trust into a second year QB. The guy has just been great all year and really instilled confidence and "swagger" into the second youngest team in the league and led them to a winning record.


              • #37
                Originally posted by PACKmanN View Post
                I would give it to Morris; he took the youngest team and gave them confidence to do well vs. the big boys. Plus he coaches in a stronger division, so to have a shot at the playoffs with the age of the roster is remarkable
                Which ones were those again?

                But seriously, Haley. He's just so damn ballsy.


                • #38
                  Originally posted by descendency View Post
                  Um, No.

                  The Patriots were a popular pick for 3rd in the division. Yea, behind the Dolphins and Jets. The non-Patriots fans who had them not in 3rd had them in 2nd. (pre-season)
                  Yup. Agree 100%.

                  "I don't do Pro Days, we send our scouts to those. I would rather spend my time watching film. The eye in the sky never lies. Functional Strength and athletic ability are the first things we look for in a college prospect." - Mark Dominik, Buccaneers GM


                  • #39
                    People are discounting Morris because of the lack of quality of teams that the Bucs have beat, but its not like the Chiefs have beaten anyone good either, their best win is against the Jags starting Todd Bouman


                    • #40
                      Yeah, or the Chargers. And we were competitive in our games against big competition, except the one game against the Chargers where Cassel was out. Can't say the same for the Bucs.
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                      His soft D really turns me off
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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by vidae View Post
                        Yeah, or the Chargers. And we were competitive in our games against big competition, except the one game against the Chargers where our franchise QB was out. Can't say the same for the Bucs.
                        You clearly missed both Falcons games and the Ravens game. Sure they got blown out by the Steelers and the Saints but they really improved since then. I'd also rather get blown out by the Saints than the McD and the Broncos.


                        • #42
                          I would vote for Belichick. They've done some really innovative things on offense this year. Part of this goes into him doing such a good job picking players and building his team too, not just his onfield coaching. I don't think the COTY should always go to a team who was awful last year and a playoff team the next either. Haley has done well in KC and Smith in Chicago, but they also just brought in Crennel and Weis in KC and Martz in Chicago and those hirings have made a huge difference for both teams. Those guys plus Morris are deserving, but I think what Mike Smith and Bill Belichick are doing this year is more impressive.


                          • #43
                            Haley deserves it but it will prolly go to Belichick

                            RIP themaninblack


                            • #44
                              Worst coach of the Mike Singleterry (SP )


                              • #45
                                I don't know how McCarthy isn't getting mentioned here, especially if the Packers made the playoffs. He runs one of the most productive offenses in the league and if he makes the playoffs it will be incredibly impressive with all the injuries we've had.

                                Please, we are all sick of the Packers injury jokes. It's going to come up from time to time. I apologize on behalf of Packer fans if we whined about it at times. It's not funny to quote this and say "wait, the Packers had injuries?". And now that I wrote this, someone definitely will, and no one will laugh.

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