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Favorite Football Coach Quotes

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Dennis Green

"My hands are on the plow"

"I understand the weather patterns, the Calcutta Clipper....swings down, swings up....Lake front influence, I think it's about 45 degree weather"

"When is a 2-4 coach happy?"

"You can find me on the high road"

"You know what's great about America? Everybody's got an opinion. You know what else is great about America? You don't have to listen to em."

"THEY ARE WHO WE THOUGHT THEY WERE!...Go ahead and crown their a$$e$"

Jim Mora

"Playoffs?!?! Don't talk about playoffs!!! Are you kidding me? Playoffs?!?! I'm just hoping we can win a game, another game!"

There's something about football coaches delivering the best quotes....

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Winning is a habit. Unfortunately, so is losing.

Vince Lombardi.

Baseball is 90% mental, the other half is physical

Yogi Berra.

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Dennis Green.... best tirade ever

"The Bears are what we thought they were. They are what we thought they were. We played them in the preseason. Who the ____ plays the third game in the preseason like it's bull____? Bull____! We played them in the third game. Everybody played three quarters.

The Bears are who we thought they were! That's why we took the ____ field. If you want to crown them, just crown their ____. They are who we thought they were and we let them off the hook!"

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That is a gone-not-not-forgotten classic!

then there was, "Nobody can play, like we play, when we want to play, Nobody."

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Buddy Ryan had a classic when explaining why he cut Chris Carter "All he does his score touchdowns."

WOW...

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I think Mike Tice had the best quote...

WHO NEEDS 2 ? LOL

Windy

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Don't forget the best speach maker of all for the MN Vikings, Jerry Burns.

If not for the stupid Hershel Walker trade that crippled MN and won Dallas 3 Super Bowls, Jerry would have taken this team to a Super Bowl win.

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Ah yes, The famous Burnsy defending Schnelker tirade... Another classic and a gem I found on line, if you've never heard it, it's awesome.

click on "People, Mr Jerry Burns"

http://divingin2memphis.com/sprtsrnt

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It is never ending with Denny quotes.

"When two teams want to win, only one can win."

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The Coors Light press conference commercials are good, and by far the best is the Denny Green one.

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My favorite coaches qoute was given by former Tampa Bay coach John Mckay. He was asked how he felt about the execution of his team. Without missing a beat he said

"I'm all for it"

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Quote:

Dennis Green

"I understand the weather patterns, the Calcutta Clipper....swings down, swings up....Lake front influence, I think it's about 45 degree weather"


I always love that one!

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