Is that point leading somewhere? What's the significance? Like do you mean to say all of his overruling decisions are bad? Cause if not, then you're point is meaningless once again because it's not much of a point. It's like saying BP has made some good decisions and some bad decisions... who doesn't? What's the significance of that point?
Or do you mean by saying that, that it's a one way street? That BP rules the war room?.... and no matter what others say it's always his final say? Are you saying you don't think it goes both ways? That BP never gets overruled either?
Or are you trying to tell us that BP is the only coach to do something like that around the NFL? Like it's not his right to overrule the scouting dept on occassions? Like it's tyrany! "How dare he! Shh... hey guys, this is top secret...BP overruled picks and not just Jacob Rogers.... ssshhh... I've heard this happens, but no one will leak it... I can't believe Parcells has the nerve!" LMAO!
The way you sound in your post is like BP has this evil overruling presence in the war room that's so secretive that no one wants to divulge info about it. Isn't it common practice? Doesn't it go back and forth? Don't some coaches have more say in some picks and less in others?
I don't know what you're point is... Please, explain.