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Coach or GM?

Which is more intrinsic to a team's success, the president of football operations or the head coach?

Posted by Emil Steiner on January 6, 2010 9:10 AM
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delOH: Neither. It is the owner, example Redskins. 2nd would be GM, example San Diego. Lastly would be the coach, example Seattle....

carsoo: GM is so much more important because they focus on the long term picture while the coach has to deal day to day wins. Both matter but long t...

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Neither. It is the owner, example Redskins. 2nd would be GM, example San Diego. Lastly would be the coach, example Seattle.

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GM is so much more important because they focus on the long term picture while the coach has to deal day to day wins. Both matter but long term is really what matters for success. Mangini just sucks though. He was annointed the wonderchild of Belichick but why? What has he really achieved in his career? Nothing. So how will bringing in Holmgren, the 1 trick pony who did his trick 15 years ago, fix the Browns problems? Short term answer is it won't, long term is the team will move.

 
 
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