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Old 01-01-2013, 12:49 PM   #1
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The Tom Coughlin episode had Floyd in it, I knew they were in the same backfield at Syracuse and was hoping they would have Floyd talking about Tom, they didn't disappoint.

It was one of the better episodes.
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I think I have seen everyone of those but that one. I have been around football for so long I really enjoy watching the lives that are there under the surface of what the masses see.

Barry Sanders one was epic in my opinion, plus the 95 Browns Art Modell Franchise Meltdown episode was a who's who of NFL GM's, HC's, and college HC's. It was only a matter of time before Belichick was going to win SB's and his former staff are all over the NFL.
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I think I have seen everyone of those but that one. I have been around football for so long I really enjoy watching the lives that are there under the surface of what the masses see.

Barry Sanders one was epic in my opinion, plus the 95 Browns Art Modell Franchise Meltdown episode was a who's who of NFL GM's, HC's, and college HC's. It was only a matter of time before Belichick was going to win SB's and his former staff are all over the NFL.
Your right the Browns move was a good one, these have been well done. I like seeing how people evolve over time and figure out what is really important in their lives, you have to see the one on Coughlin he really seems like a smart guy who finally put all the pieces together in his life and knows what is truely important. They played this one at the right time of the year.
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Old 01-01-2013, 03:45 PM   #4
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I think I have seen everyone of those but that one. I have been around football for so long I really enjoy watching the lives that are there under the surface of what the masses see.

Barry Sanders one was epic in my opinion, plus the 95 Browns Art Modell Franchise Meltdown episode was a who's who of NFL GM's, HC's, and college HC's. It was only a matter of time before Belichick was going to win SB's and his former staff are all over the NFL.
I would love to see that episode. Who of note was on his staff in Cleveland?
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I would love to see that episode. Who of note was on his staff in Cleveland?
Pioli, The GM in Atlanta, Dimetrioff I think, Mike Lombardi (pretty sure), Mangini, couple others. At one point 4 or 5 of them rented an apartment together but they were always at work, it was a funny story about the apartment, check it out the NFLN doesn't have much programming they should be rerunning these all the time.
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Watched a bunch of those today. They are all pretty much fantastic, but I especially enjoyed the '94 Browns and Marcus Allen episodes. Enjoyed the Tebow one as well, especially Steve Young's contribution. I have to admit, I got a little emotional watching Ernest Byner break down over the impromptu dog-pound embrace at the end of the last game. That was pretty tough to watch.
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I would love to see that episode. Who of note was on his staff in Cleveland?
Off the top of my head:

Nick Saban
Ozzie Newsome
Thomas Demetrioff
Scott Pioli
Eric Mangini
Jim Schwartz
Mike Lombardi
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Nick Saban
Ozzie Newsome
Thomas Demetrioff
Scott Pioli
Eric Mangini
Jim Schwartz
Mike Lombardi
That sounds about right
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Off the top of my head:

Nick Saban
Ozzie Newsome
Thomas Demetrioff
Scott Pioli
Eric Mangini
Jim Schwartz
Mike Lombardi
Kirk Ferentz and Phil Savage as well...
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