Found October 20, 2011 on Tauntr:
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Buddy Ryan, former NFL coach and the man who sired current NFL coaches Rex and Rob, had a defensive scheme during his Houston Oilers days tastefully called the "Polish Goalline." Not sure if it earned this title because it employed 14 defenders or because it was extremely simple to execute, but we do know its name connotes a lack of inteligence on part of Polish people everywhere and that it is slightly racist, as are these other Buddy Ryan plays that have been recently unearthed .







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