His teams showed a pattern, the records speak for themselves.
That's all I presented.
I didn't say "we'd be lucky" or any such words, just gave an example using 4-4. So you're WRONG.
There's offense and defense.
Then there's ST which utilize a "special" mix of players from those two halves.
Cut the crap.
This isn't "his team."
So stop comparing his job as a HC to his job as an OC as if there's a correlation.
What about his success as a rushing game coordinator coupled with his play-calling with Dallas when Dallas had the 5th ranked offense in the NFL?
The Jets offense is now "his" offense.
I'll compare whatever the FK I want.So stop comparing his job as a HC to his job as an OC as if there's a correlation.
His role as a teacher and leader is still similar in many ways.
I didn't include '06 because it was a short stint for Sparano that was given to Jason Garrett the following year, as Sparano wasn't promoted to OC.What about his success as a rushing game coordinator coupled with his play-calling with Dallas when Dallas had the 5th ranked offense in the NFL?
But for you I'll include it anyway:
Dallas started 0-1 and 3-3, finishing 10-6 in '06
There you have it - the SAME pattern LOL.
Like I said, Week One will be a huge test.
It'll set the tone and we'll know if we have the same ol' Tony Sparano or not.
My quote definitely doesn't prove your argument.
Did you say you're over 50 or just over fifth grade?
Sorry, I refuse to ruin my Saturday bickering with a bleeding faghole.
Now back to the joyous XXX Summer Olympics ...
Lots of clam nets and banana hammocks*!!!
I'll admit I said that too when he was in Miami. Facts are he did very well with a lot less talent then we have. How much you want to bet he walk into the Jets locker room and the 1st thing he said to the group was. "So who wants to learn a gimmick O?" I can't knock a guy for saying the same thing we did just 2 years ago.
I recall that Sparano was highly regarded for his efforts as the de facto Dallas offensive coordinator after Payton's departure. It was apparently sufficient enough for Parcells to bring him to Miami after he became their President for Football Operations.