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Diminishing returns

Discussion in 'Packer Fan Forum' started by IPBprez, Jan 2, 2006.

  1. IPBprez

    IPBprez Cheesehead

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    Posted Jan. 02, 2006
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    Brad Zimanek

    Diminishing return on assistants also spells doom for Sherman

    Assistant coaches are the backbone of any professional or college football team.

    The continuity provided by a quality coaching staff is one of the primary reasons why teams win championships. People all around the NFL looked on in awe as New England’s triumvirate of head coach Bill Belichek and coordinators Charlie Weis and Romeo Crennel carried talented but often injury-riddled units to three Super Bowl titles.

    The Patriots’ armor was dented slightly this season when Weis and Crennel left.

    Remember the Packers’ two teams that reached Super Bowl XXXI and XXXII?

    The coaching staffs of Mike Holmgren turned out to be a “Who’s who?â€
     
  2. yooperfan

    yooperfan Cheesehead

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    Sylvester Croom was a good (better than average) coach and I was sorry to see him go. Johnny Roland was a shocker as his replacement, I didn't think he was a good hire and I was glad to see him go.
    Edgar Bennett was a good hire in my opinion and I would certainly like to see him stay.
    I think the Packers should do whatever they have to do to keep Jim Bates in Green Bay.
     

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