Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by BPF, Sep 28, 2008.
From Bruce at BSM: http://www.bostonsportsmedia.com/2008/09/tony-miserable-massarotti-in-top-form
Funny spin, I like it and it's true
Isn't the Parcells quote, "You are what your record says you are?"
I don't get Massarotti's point or Borge's point for that matter-whosever it is. What was Vince Lombardi's record w/out Bart Starr? How about Landry's w/out Stauchbach? How about Noll's w/out Bradshaw? With the exception of Gibbs every great coach is tied with a great QB, they go hand in hand so what's the point?
point is these media guys call bb a genius and then try to find reasons he isnt as if it was BB who called himself a genius.
actually with the expectation Lombardi, your argument makes no sense.
FYI: Guess not many are aware of Mr. Massarotti's rants against the Pats fans - in his earlier stint at BH - when the Pats fans pointed out (not that diplomatically I imagine ) many inaccuracies and absence of logic in one of his many anti Pats article last year.
I don't care what those BG's anti-Pats trinity - him + Mr. Ryan + Mr. Shanugessy (sorry, I butchered his name but I don't have the patience to look it up, especially since he has no patience to check if his rambles against BB/Pats makes any sense) - have to say about my team.
How come no one says this?
Because Terry Francona is never considered one of the greatest baseball coaches of all-time and to this day some people would still consider Doc Rivers an average coach at best.
Belichick is regarded as the best coach in football right now and one of the best of all-time so of course he will be more highly scrutinized.
This one would make sense as well: I believe Bill Walsh's record with out Joe Montana was 22-21.
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