Originally Posted by revischrist
History tells us that coaches without talent don't do well. Look at Bellichick in Cleveland. Then he gets brady and insta-genius. But thanks for pointing out the obvious.
Not saying its a GREAT hire, but seems alittle early to hate the move.
History does not tell us that my friend. There are plenty of the of cords and HC's who have done above average (read top 15) without a ton of talent. He won a SB with Farve on a loaded team, $hit the bed in Detroit, and took shelter under Reid's shadow for several years. He was handed the keys to the so called dream team, after Reid lost his mind and was tossing the ball 60 times a game, and did nothing. Most of the record breaking achievements were organizational records.
Sure Belly had a bad run with ONE organization, but was a winner every well else. Even when Brady went down.
It never too early to hate a bad hire! Especially, when its done before the new GM is in the building.