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    Tony Sparano.




    Hand picked by Parcells, who's probably an average evaluator of potential head coaches.




    Not a tonne of talent on that team, playing for nothing, and they're giving everyone trouble up until the last few minutes of the game.




    Pair him up with more talent and you probably have yourself a real winner.

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    Re: You know who i'd be ALL OVER as a HC replacement if he's available?

    [quote user="CDN_G-FAN"]

    Tony Sparano.




    Hand picked by Parcells, who's probably an average evaluator of potential head coaches.




    Not a tonne of talent on that team, playing for nothing, and they're giving everyone trouble up until the last few minutes of the game.




    Pair him up with more talent and you probably have yourself a real winner.

    [/quote] i was actually thinking od Sparano the other day aswell. Potentialy a good coach with a fiery passion.
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    • #3
      Re: You know who i'd be ALL OVER as a HC replacement if he's available?

      It would be interesting. However, if Reid gets canned too, you can expect him to be interviewed at the very least.

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      • #4
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        I have a hard time with guys that wear sunglasses at night. I'm not sure why, lol. But I just want to smack em for looking like a ****.

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        • #5
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          Definately was thinking the same thing yesterday.

          He just looks like a Giants coach and he wouldn't put up with the soft pansy nonsense we do on defense these days...

          Plus he's an Oline coach so he could probably upgrade our oline right from the jump on based on his knowlege alone.

          My 5 year old son right before the kickoff of the Super Bowl 46: Dad, are the Giants gonna win?

          Burier: Yes.

          My 5 year old son right before the kickoff of Super Bowl 46: Do you promise?

          Burier: Yes. I promise.

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            [quote user="Giantsin04"]I have a hard time with guys that wear sunglasses at night. I'm not sure why, lol. But I just want to smack em for looking like a ****.[/quote]







            It's a documented medical condition - but i know what you mean .

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            • #7
              Re: You know who i'd be ALL OVER as a HC replacement if he's available?

              [quote user="Ruttiger711"]

              [quote user="Giantsin04"]I have a hard time with guys that wear sunglasses at night. I'm not sure why, lol. But I just want to smack em for looking like a ****.[/quote]




              *




              It's a documented medical condition - but i know what you mean .*

              [/quote]

              I knida feel bad now. haha

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                Re: You know who i'd be ALL OVER as a HC replacement if he's available?

                [quote user="CDN_G-FAN"]

                Tony Sparano.




                Hand picked by Parcells, who's probably an average evaluator of potential head coaches.




                Not a tonne of talent on that team, playing for nothing, and they're giving everyone trouble up until the last few minutes of the game.




                Pair him up with more talent and you probably have yourself a real winner.

                [/quote]And people say Coughlin has lost this team.

                which is pretty much what happened in Miami with Sparano.


                Folks say they are playing for him now, well thats fine and dandy.... but they are doing it after blowing the whole season midway through.

                I'd rather go through the season pretty evenly and hope to get hot at the right time - not play hard when the season is out of reach.

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                • #9
                  Re: You know who i'd be ALL OVER as a HC replacement if he's available?

                  I think the Giants need someone fresh. Not a guy who who couldn't cut it somewhere else. Nothing against Sparano but he has a lot of Coughlin like traits and if it didn't work with TC then I don't see Sparano getting through to some of these knuckleheads on this team.

                  The Giants need someone like a Mike Tomlin kind of guy. A guy that motivates and relates to the players on the same level. Just IMO.
                  "You killed my family, and I don't like that kind of thing."

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                  • #10
                    Re: You know who i'd be ALL OVER as a HC replacement if he's available?

                    He's definitely a NY kind of guy

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                    • #11
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                      Parcells got nothing right in Miami including Sparano.




                      Parcells is on record is saying that TC was the best coach that he ever worked with.

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                      • #12
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                        I've seen some pretty questionable in-game coaching on Sporano's part.
                        Torque it till it breaks, then back off a 1/4 turn.

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                        • #13
                          Re: You know who i'd be ALL OVER as a HC replacement if he's available?

                          I am on the Chuck Pagano bandwagon right now . Either way I want a defenive guy. Although I would seriously conside Tom Clements of GB if we must go offense .

                          . Either way I want a fresh face . Nit Fisher or Gruden

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                          • #14
                            Re: You know who i'd be ALL OVER as a HC replacement if he's available?

                            [quote user="Rusty192"][quote user="CDN_G-FAN"]


                            Tony Sparano.




                            Hand picked by Parcells, who's probably an average evaluator of potential head coaches.




                            Not a tonne of talent on that team, playing for nothing, and they're giving everyone trouble up until the last few minutes of the game.




                            Pair him up with more talent and you probably have yourself a real winner.




                            [/quote]And people say Coughlin has lost this team. which is pretty much what happened in Miami with Sparano. Folks say they are playing for him now, well thats fine and dandy.... but they are doing it after blowing the whole season midway through. I'd rather go through the season pretty evenly and hope to get hot at the right time - not play hard when the season is out of reach.[/quote]




                            That isn't necessarily the case. Miami played most of their games close, they just found ways to lose (primarily because they're not very good). But, they were played hard in most of their games.

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                              Re: You know who i'd be ALL OVER as a HC replacement if he's available?

                              [quote user="Drez"][quote user="Rusty192"][quote user="CDN_G-FAN"]


                              Tony Sparano.




                              Hand picked by Parcells, who's probably an average evaluator of potential head coaches.




                              Not a tonne of talent on that team, playing for nothing, and they're giving everyone trouble up until the last few minutes of the game.




                              Pair him up with more talent and you probably have yourself a real winner.




                              [/quote]And people say Coughlin has lost this team. which is pretty much what happened in Miami with Sparano. Folks say they are playing for him now, well thats fine and dandy.... but they are doing it after blowing the whole season midway through. I'd rather go through the season pretty evenly and hope to get hot at the right time - not play hard when the season is out of reach.[/quote]




                              That isn't necessarily the case. Miami played most of their games close, they just found ways to lose (primarily because they're not very good). But, they were played hard in most of their games.*

                              [/quote]But they don't win when it matters. Which is my point. That is on coaching.

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