View Poll Results: How much does coaching matter in Super Bowl pursuit?

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  1. #1
    The great Tom Brady with another Super Bowl deciding play.

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    ATL with 28-3 lead at halftime.
    Head coach went to Dallas and now scored yet another HC job. White privildge.


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    There isn't any other sport where the importance of coaching is as relevent. Not even close. They literally call every play. It is as close as playing a videogame as it gets in professional sports. That's why the player GOAT debate is so relative in the NFL. The only guy I could have comfortably said could have been the GOAT if he would have won enough was Peyton, because he literally was the offensive playcaller.
    Last edited by DAF86; 02-13-2024 at 10:55 AM.

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    Thereís only one scapegoat for 49ersí Super Bowl loss, and itís not Kyle Shanahan (msn.com)


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    There isn't any other sport where the importance of coaching is as relevent. Not even close. They literally call every play. It is as close as playing a videogame as it gets in professional sports. That's why the player GOAT debate is so relative in the NFL. The only guy I could have comfortably said could have been the MVP if he would have won enough was Peyton, because he literally was the offensive playcaller.
    Whereas way back they'd formulate the game plan during the week and then on Sunday the QB would call the plays, on-the-spot, in the huddle.

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    And there were cracks along the way in the second half where SF could not conduct a professional huddle, getting into it and out of it and to the line in a strict manner without eyeballing the GD shot clock. That was a (tell) that the Chiefs took note of for certain.

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    Damns (Given): 0 Blake's Avatar
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    Not as much as people give credit to

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    Damns (Given): 0 Blake's Avatar
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    There’s only one scapegoat for 49ers’ Super Bowl loss, and it’s not Kyle Shanahan (msn.com)

    Weird that people seem to have already forgotten the missed PAT by the 9ers

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    Weird that people seem to have already forgotten the missed PAT by the 9ers
    That was more Mahomes and Andy Reid greatness.

    Certainly a factor, however it pales in comparison to the muffed punt return imo.
    Also the McCaffrey fumble near the red zone.

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    notthewordsofonewhokneels Thread's Avatar
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    That was more Mahomes and Andy Reid greatness.

    Certainly a factor, however it pales in comparison to the muffed punt return imo.
    Also the McCaffrey fumble near the red zone.
    ...amen. It was never the same after that. The Chiefs found/saw something in the preceding fortnight of film study that they viewed as an opportunity with McC and (it) presented itself on-the-field.

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    Damns (Given): 0 Blake's Avatar
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    That was more Mahomes and Andy Reid greatness.

    Certainly a factor, however it pales in comparison to the muffed punt return imo.
    Also the McCaffrey fumble near the red zone.
    The Pacheco fumble canceled that out

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    The Pacheco fumble canceled that out
    Ya and the McC fumble was very early, plenty of time to recover which they did.

    The muffed punt came at 10-6 and was a huge assed 180 degree turnaround.

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    Damns (Given): 0 Blake's Avatar
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    Ya and the McC fumble was very early, plenty of time to recover which they did.

    The muffed punt came at 10-6 and was a huge assed 180 degree turnaround.
    That was the turning point in game. Good coaching by Andy to punt there on 4th down to get the muff
    Last edited by Blake; 02-13-2024 at 03:59 PM.

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    Weird that people seem to have already forgotten the missed PAT by the 9ers
    Was prolly a blessing in disguise. Chiefs would've gotten a TD before the end of regulation.

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