Or is it Vice-Versa? Their Chiefs are SimilarThe Chiefs have been on a decent run the last 5 games. They have gone 4-1 in the last 5 weeks and were very much in the game they did lose to San Francisco. The two core strengths that have helped them in this stretch are the defense and the running game. Its not exactly what you think of when you hear Andy Reid’s name, is it?It’s...
Mike Junkin is not only the worst outside linebacker selection in Browns history, he may well be their worst selection ever. After finishing off his college career as Duke’s all-time leading tackler, Junkin was still thought of by many as a second-round pick at best. Even the Browns scout Dom Anile, who loved Junkin and famously called him “a mad dog in a meat market,” felt...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- When Ron Zook was fired by the University of Illinois in November 2011, he knew it was time to get away from football for a while. So that's what he did.
At first, the break was just what Zook needed. He had been coaching in either college or the NFL every season since 1978, a run of 34 consecutive years.
"I remember Marty Schottenheimer saying one time, 'About...
St. Louis Rams offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer will interview for the head coaching job at Vanderbilt on Thursday, FOX Sports 1 NFL Insider Mike Garafolo and other media report.
Schottenheimer is a 15-year NFL veteran and spent the past two seasons as the Rams offensive coordinator. He joined the Rams after spending the previous six seasons in the same role with the New...
Records for playoff losses by NFL head coaches, according to STATS LLC.
Most consecutive playoff losses, head coach (seasons)
6, Marty Schottenheimer (1993-2006)
6, Jim Mora (1987-2000)
6, Steve Owen (1939-50)
5, Marvin Lewis (2005-13)
5, Mike Holmgren (1997-2004)
5, Paul Brown (1957-75)
Most consecutive playoff losses to start career
6, Jim Mora (1987-2000)
Via AP on Fox
January 06, 2014
I think this quote is more about an old AFC West bro fest then anything, but regardless of why he said, Marty Schottenheimer just lost some points on the intelligence scale.
The former Chiefs and Chargers head coach visited NFL Network studios Tuesday for the premiere of “A Football Life: Marty Schottenheimer.”
Schottenheimer when asked about the mess in Washington D.C., said...
NFL Network studios caught up with Marty Schottenheimer and discussed the state of the Washington Redskins franchise Tuesday. After all, he was their one-and-
done head coach of the 2001 season. Although he’s not sure on the inner workings of today’s Redskins or if he would have done anything differently than Mike Shanahan with the benching of Robert Griffin III...