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    The Best Coaches in The NFL Began Their Careers with the NY Giants ! WOW !!!!

    http://espn.go.com/nfl/story/_/page/...-coaching-tree
    http://www.thirteen.org/metrofocus/2...-hall-of-fame/
    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/25/sp...york.html?_r=0
    http://www.sportsmedia101.com/newyor...es-across-nfl/

    We are fans of a historic & wonderful organization that has helped build The NFL. The coaches of the Big Blue Wrecking Crew have greatly impacted not only our Team and Our City, but have moved on to build other excellent teams in other great cities as well. Look how fascinating and how ever reaching the giants coaching staff tree has been over so many years. Unbelievable the amount of coaches that began their careers with GMen.

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    Yeah i've noticed that. If it wasn't for us, Green Bay, New England would've never had their dynasties.

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    I only wish we could have held on to them, but Wellington always looked out for the well being of the league, often at the expense of his own team.

    Lombardi... Landry... Belichick...

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    I only wish we could have held on to them, but Wellington always looked out for the well being of the league, often at the expense of his own team.

    Lombardi... Landry... Belichick...
    I think Wellington saw what was going on with baseball in the 50s (with the yankees winning everything, baseball started falling out of favor outside New York), and didn't want football to be similarly harmed. If Major League Baseball had free agency and a hard cap in the 50s, it might still be the most followed sport in the US today instead of football taking over. Wellington knew that competition is what brings in the fans. One team roflstomping everyone does not...

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    Don't forget Marty Schottenheimer too!! He got his start with the Giants and Harry Carson said Marty is the biggest reason he is in the HOF, teaching him everything about linebacking after playing defensive line in college.

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    Yes. Romeo Crennel, Sean Payton, Al Groh, Dan Reeves, Bill Belichick........long list
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