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    What kind of head coach is your head coach?

    There are different types of head coaches. You have your motivators. You have your player's coaches. You have your disciplinarians. Some are managers/delegators while others are more X and O guys and could be considered innovative. Sometimes the styles overlap and the coach is more than one type. I'm sure there are other "styles" I have not mentioned as well so feel free to create your own "style."

    So what type of head coach is your team's head coach? Just wondering how people view their head coach.
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    An underrated/outstanding coach who's strengths are certainly discipline, fundamentals, and attention to detail. Definitely more of the motivator/manager style as a head coach - which absolutely isn't devoid of X's and O's, but he delegates well. His biggest struggles as a head coach have often come from surrounding himself with poor staff. When the right people are in place around him, things go well. Loyal to a fault, wish he was more like Belichick in taking the personal stuff out of any personnel stuff.

    Coughlin is awesome for sure. Just wish he adapted more rapidly to some of the changing landscapes of professional football rather than sticking with some old ways and that he'd be a little less loyal to those who've done him well in the past but aren't going to do him well in the present and future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by .Sean. View Post
    An underrated/outstanding coach who's strengths are certainly discipline, fundamentals, and attention to detail. Definitely more of the motivator/manager style as a head coach - which absolutely isn't devoid of X's and O's, but he delegates well. His biggest struggles as a head coach have often come from surrounding himself with poor staff. When the right people are in place around him, things go well. Loyal to a fault, wish he was more like Belichick in taking the personal stuff out of any personnel stuff.

    Coughlin is awesome for sure. Just wish he adapted more rapidly to some of the changing landscapes of professional football rather than sticking with some old ways and that he'd be a little less loyal to those who've done him well in the past but aren't going to do him well in the present and future.
    First thing that comes to mind with me when it comes to Coughlin is definitely disciplinarian but I believe I have read he has relaxed a bit over the years.
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    Just a useless ra-ra, get stepped all over, cheerleader.
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