|11-04-2013, 05:31 PM||#226|
Join Date: Aug 2003
Location: Hulaville and Sedona
Fox will very likely be back in at least a supporting role with the team and help with game planning, player management and inspiration etc etc by the last game of the regular season and almost certainly , if all goes according to plan, by the first playoff game.
Just dont expect him to have anywhere near the stamina of a 18 hour a days head coach for the rest of this season and post season.
However, he will very likely feel increasingly like a new man after getting a new aortic valve when hes was dysfunctional enough to require rather urgent replacement surgery in mid season. He has very likely been slowed down in action and thought speed as well for some time and getting too little oxygen all around. He might want to coach a few more years with vigor, but my hunch is if went the SB this year he will retire and go out on top... perhaps with Manning too if we win it all. though Peyton might want a shot at going out with back to back wins .. depends on how the next three months plays out.