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brick Bockwurst Since: 17.1.02 From: Pittsburgh, PA Since last post: 1096 days Last activity: 1093 days # 1 Posted on 30.7.07 1409.39 | Instant Rating: 4.00 Sirius NFL Radio is reporting that Bill Walsh has passed. He had been battling Leukemia. One of the all time great NFL coaches, while he may get more credit than he deserves for the West-Coast offense, he did refine that system and bring it to a level never before seen in the NFL. edit: linkage http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2007/07/30/BAG57LR8OK21.DTL (edited by brick on 30.7.07 1512) Promote this thread!
Mayhem Scrapple Since: 25.4.03 From: Nashville, TN Since last post: 6 days Last activity: 8 hours # 2 Posted on 30.7.07 1421.16 | Instant Rating: 4.95 Arguably the greatest coach to ever walk the sidelines. RIP.
CajunMan Boudin blanc No longer registered Since: 2.1.02 From: Give me a Title shot! Since last post: 1656 days Last activity: 794 days # 3 Posted on 30.7.07 1422.29 | Instant Rating: 1.96 So sorry to hear this news. He was one of the best in NFL history. I'm CajunMan and I approve this message.
StaggerLee Scrapple Since: 3.10.02 From: Right side of the tracks Since last post: 4 days Last activity: 10 hours # 4 Posted on 30.7.07 1446.19 | Instant Rating: 2.38 Not just one of the best coaches, but one of the classier guys in the history of the league. He could have named his price at about 90% of the teams in the NFL when he was stepping down in San Fran but didnt. RIP Mr Walsh.
babetsavant Polska kielbasa Since: 17.8.06 From: Calgary, AB Canada Since last post: 2035 days Last activity: 1845 days # 5 Posted on 30.7.07 1844.20 | Instant Rating: 4.21 My favorite coach for my favorite team of all time. R.I.P. But, my daddy's in a coma!
Rush4Life Kolbasz Since: 2.1.02 From: Tacoma, WA Since last post: 117 days Last activity: 27 days # 6 Posted on 30.7.07 2344.26 | Instant Rating: 3.58
Man, back in the day I loved the 'Hawks and the 'Niners. Loved the way in which he handled himself on and off the field. Do not forget that he is the man who cranked out the fraternity of coaches that have all been successful. RIP Chuck Norris has two speeds. Walk, and Kill.
Packers might be interested. Favre-to-Johnson would be fun to watch, and possibly a really good fit thanks to Johnson's recent phase of growing up.
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