Found November 15, 2011 on Shutdown Corner:
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NFL head coaches do not specialize in being honest and forthcoming. Trying to get candor out of one of them is akin to trying to milk an anvil. This is why John Fox, head coach of the Denver Broncos, is today's hero. The honesty that somehow shot forth from his mouth wasn't even anything we all didn't already know -- but it's so honest, and thus, so refreshing, that I feel like it's worth celebrating. Fox talked to Jeff Darlington of NFL.com about a lot of things, including Tebow running his new pass-free option offense. "Do whatever the hell it takes," he laughed. "I mean, what the hell? You don't get points for style in this league. Let me tell you something: My man is really good in this offense. You know what I mean? "If we were trying to run a regular offense, he'd be screwed." Maybe the best thing about it is that when reading the article, it doesn't sound like anything close to an insult. It just sounds like something t...
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