“There’s Not Much Hope.”

October 26th, 2009

Joe doesn’t have near the NFL street cred as Father Dungy and Rodney Harrison. Last night on “Football Night in America,” the duo discussed the rotten NFL teams, of which the Bucs are among them.

Both talked about how piss poor the bad teams are and it doesn’t take Stephen Hawking to figure out the two were pointing fingers at horrible coaching. Harrison, as usual, was much more blunt than Father Dungy but Father Dungy’s words were actually more biting.

“When you don’t get great quarterback play you’ve got to play smart and you’ve got to play hard and I’m not seeing a lot of smart football from these teams and that’s why I think there’s not much hope.”

Let Joe define “smart football:” It’s a code phrase for good coaching.

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2 Responses to ““There’s Not Much Hope.””

  1. Tye Says:

    over the course of my life I have personally witnessed GOOD coaches come in and get good results and even win with some supposedly horrible teams. I have also witnessed TALENTED QBs start for a lousy team and find a way to move the chains and get wins. In my opinion, Morris has done nothing to show he has the ability to do this nor does JJ. Blame whoever and whatever you like but the fact remains that if a team doesn’t have a coach with football intelligence to call successful plays and a QB with talent AND enough brains to creatively figure out how to execute those plays to get the best results, then they will LOSE the majority of the time!

    The best example I have ever heard of STUPIDITY is “Doing the same thing the same way over and over expecting different results!”

  2. Sgt Mike Says:

    I concur. Bill Cowher 2010!!