Discussion in 'NFL Football Forum' started by Joey007, Nov 20, 2018.
The leveling stat is zero SBs.
I know Shotsie sucked ass in the playoffs but like Reid is a good man. I wouldn't put up a stink if they got in.
Marv Levy and Bud Grant are both in. George Allen as well.
Levy and Grant have 4 SB appearances each. That puts them in a special club.
Is Bill Cowher a HoF coach? Holmgren?
I'm not sure Allen should be in. Great man but are his football credentials HoF material?
Shotty coached 21 years. He had a losing record in 2 of those seasons. Just unfortunate he ran into John elway and The GOAT in the playoffs.
Cowher? Eh debateable. I do think Holmgren should be btw.
What is your criteria for a HOF coach?
I’d say yes. Near lock if he wins a Super Bowl.
I dunno what my criteria is TBH.
I have nothing against Reid, Shotsie, Allen, etc...
I'ma big Coach Coughlin fan and I'm not sure he HoF material...
Not in my book but he is way ahead of coryell
I don’t think winning one Sb should put a HC in the HOF. I think it should be the best of the best, and yes Tony dungy does not belong in the HOF.
Is Dungy in for being the first black coach to win a SB (which is no small feat)? Otherwise...? No idea why he’s in.
Since Dungys in cowher is prob going in to at some point. They pretty much have the same resume.
Dr. Z: Hall of Fame incomplete without Pats' Morgan
Stanley, the one that got left behind.
38 games of 100+ yards receiving, 4th most in NFL history.
I, uh, wouldn't hold my breath while waiting for that one to happen.
Makes you wonder how Dungy not only got in, but so quickly. Both times he left, his teams made the Super Bowl immediately after and he only went to one. What does that say?
I think we know the reason....
Is there any question as to whether or not Ty Law is in the Hall of Fame if he’s a Colt or Steelers?
If Ward and/or Faneca get in I'll barf.
Maybe it's an age thing, having watched Allen's and Coryell's teams play I have immense respect for their talent. Allen never coached a losing season and among coaches with 100+ victories has one of the highest all time career win percentages at .681 (.002 behind Belichick) but with the true greats there's more to it than just wins and losses. Like Coryell, Allen was an innovator in every football sense of the word, most of it on the defensive side of the ball but also on special teams. In many respects we have been watching Allen's and Coryell's NFL for most of the Super Bowl era. Sadly with the way D is being legislated out of the game Allen is probably rolling in his grave.
You mean unfortunate he ran into Troy Brown in the playoffs.
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