Norv or Andy or Tom or Mark or Jim or Jack 0r Tony?
Andy Reid: Has arguably the best running back in the game. Never uses him. His defensive playcalling (even if he’s not directly involved) in terrible, often leaving the secondary scrambling to try and mark receivers for extraordinary amounts of time. He’s taken a team that has spent the GDP of a small nation on their roster and slowly slipped them into further irrelevancy. Most of all, that mustachio’d Michellin man grin he gets when reading that laminated sheet of play, knowing the ****** is going to call some short dink pass to a receiving corp that might be the fastest in the league, annoys me.
Norv Turner: He has Norvity Norv Norved the Chargers. Was that even Philip Rivers out there yesterday? The accuracy of Tim Tebow with the assholish nature of the Grinch; he’s slipped into further irrelevancy while his head coach snickers about the number of years he’s been able to hang on to his gig in San Diego. The team now sits 4-7, which could still be good enough to win that division (wouldn’t that be extra Norvy?). Of course, this would all be different if the management in San Diego has JUST HUNG ON TO SPROLES*
Tom Coughlin: You have to get rid of a guy who has won 10 games 3 of the last 4 years, has his team in position to make the playoffs again, and a Super Bowl on that resume to boot…Right Kip. FIRE HIM!
Mark Sanchez: You can’t fire a quarterback apparently. You can only cut him, the Jets don’t want to see the Sanchize holding a clipboard in Foxboro, or lighting up the Arena League, that would just be too painful.
Jim Caldwell: Did you know this guy coached at Wake Forest? He was awful there too, somehow he got an NFL gig. It pays to wash Dungy’s socks, and have Peyton Manning as your quarterback.
Jack Del Rio: It’s not really his fault. He’s got a quarterback with the skill set of Tim Tebow (second Tebow reference, I know) and the draw of a Whoopi Goldberg look-a-like contest at the local skin bar. GOOD CHOICE JACKSONVILLE! Now Del Rio has to skirt around town, taking phone calls on his radio show asking why the **** the Jags drafted and are starting a QB who completes 40% of his passes when they could have had a hometown boy to do the same.
Tony Sprano: Whatever.
*No it wouldn’t.