Originally posted by BigDaddyLocoAs a Pats fan I am happy to see the Bills make a lateral move coaching wise. I liked this article comparing the Bills to the Raiders Click Here (nationalfootballpost.com)
Tedy Bruschi made that same comparison on ESPN earlier. And with a hiring like this, I'm not about to argue.
It won't shock me in the least if JaMarcus Russell finds a home here in a couple of years.
MacGruber! Making life-saving inventions out of household materials! MacGruber! Getting in and out of ultra-sticky situations! MacGruber! The guy's a freakin' genius! MACGRUBER!
Good luck getting that theme song out of your head
I was at Georgia Tech when Chan Gailey was head coach there. I had classes and ate meals with some football players who had played under George O'Leary and also under Gailey. To a man, they all said Gailey has an incredibly weak personality. Wouldn't even so much as utter a curse word when he was trying to fire up his players. I remember when Reggie Ball was installed as our starting QB (barf), apparently Gailey didn't tell anybody of the change despite the fact that everyone on the team was under the impression another returning player (Demarius Bilbo) had already won the job. Instead, Ball just started taking first-team snaps right before the season started. None of the guys respected Gailey. At all.
If this guy can't even control a locker room full of college kids, how the hell is he supposed to handle an NFL team? If for some reason they re-sign T.O., this team is going ever further down the tubes. Talk about inmates running the asylum.
But there was NOTHING to indicate that Seattle was any good especially without the "12th man'. Alas, it was fun. In my money King of the Hill league, everyone picked the Giants. So does that mean we all lose or win?