Coaching A Super Bowl Winner

February 6th, 2010

Chucky and Mike Ditka, both of BSPN, discuss the pitfalls they had to avoid in winning a Super Bowl.

6 Responses to “Coaching A Super Bowl Winner”

  1. jason Says:

    Makes me miss coach Gruden! And just shake my head about Raheem.

  2. Eric Says:

    Me too. And regret that all the mullet heads, spending their time cast netting and getting drunk at Ben T. Davis Beach with their fat wrinkly redneck girlfriends, were the ones that ran the man out of town. (along with the coward players who sold him out to the Glazers – Michael Clayton at the top of the list)

  3. Jorge Says:

    Jon’s always been a good sound bite, but I got tired of his “The future is so bright you gotta wear shades crap”… with or without Gru this team was about to collapse, it happens…No one can stay great forever…at the risk of sounding like Al Davis…We’ll be back, the greatness of the Bucs will be back…

  4. Eric Says:

    maybe so, but ill take “the future is so bright you gotta wear shades” over “we are just trying to be our best selfs”.

  5. Jorge Says:

    So I guess for you it would be better see the turd polished? A crumbling football team is exactly what it is, crumbling…

    Window dressing aside, things are what they are supposed to be…The team that had that collapse last year is the same team that collapsed this year…

    Put in which ever coach speak you want…We suck right now…I’m hoping it will get better sooner rather than later…Go Bulls, Canes, Rays…

  6. JK Says:

    All I can say is it was great watching Coach Morris on the sidelines smiling and laughing his way to a 3-13 season.The local media was not about to question him the way they went after Gruden.