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  • Coach Staley will Infuse NFL IQ throughout entire Charger Organization

    Brilliant coaches like Bill Walsh, Jimmy Johnson, Parcells, Bill Belichick, Kyle Shanahan, Andy Reid.... make their players smarter. With that intelligence comes fewer mistakes, and faster, more aggressive play. Confident play. But they also infuse football IQ up and out through an entire organization...impacting the GM, owner, and out the tendrils to the scouts.

    In many respects a top visionary coach becomes king...of those lower on the pecking order...but through IQ and personal leadership...up to the top. They acquire the latter form of leadership through merit. Even those with big money and power see, "It's wise that I follow him. I will defer."

    These top-order coaches are clear, persuasive and emphatic articulators, making their players more decisive and quicker in action. They see further and deeper and they can convey to the front office the type of players they need, the culture required, and the play style to move forward. Their aggressive plan not only dissects opponents, but melts organizational shortfalls.

    Staley is a gem, but it won't just show up in how it impacts the players. This entire franchise is about to get smarter, which will sculpt better decisions, sharpen the directional arrow, and lead to a much more successful franchise. Get your popcorn ready, my friends.
    Last edited by DragonIce; 03-28-2021, 10:59 PM.

  • #2
    Ernie Zampese said that he became a lot smarter when he had the mid 90s Dallas Cowboy offense at his disposal.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by powderblueboy View Post
      Ernie Zampese said that he became a lot smarter when he had the mid 90s Dallas Cowboy offense at his disposal.
      Talent can make coaches look smarter no doubt.

      But look, the top coaches above repeatedly come into dummy organizations and change the entire IQ in the room:

      -Walsh did w/the west coast offense what Steve Jobs did for computing (took something that wasn't entirely original, but brought previous innovation to full expression.
      -Jimmy understood and deployed speed on defense like none before; he knew how to leverage over-rated RB talent for massive trade
      -Andy Reid's ultra-aggressive pass heavy offenses have changed two franchises, and an entire coaching tree

      Staley is the first guy I can think of coming from an offensive background who uses his superior understanding of offenses to break them in them in the design of his defense. He has a chance to be a rare breed who can coach up both sides of the ball.

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      • #4
        Will it include the fans?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by kgbpasha View Post
          Will it include the fans?
          Extremely doubtful.

          Too many damn
          #13) Penei Sewell (OT) UO
          #47) Joe Tryon (EDGE) UW
          #77) Ifeatu Melifonwu (CB) SU
          #97) Bobby Brown (IDL) TAMU
          #118) Sadarius Hutcherson (IOL) SC
          #159) Kenny Yeboah (TE) UMS
          #185) Divine Deablo (DB/DLB) VT
          #198) Gerrid Doaks (RB) UC
          #241) Brandon Stephens (DB) SMU

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          • #6
            Originally posted by DragonIce View Post
            Brilliant coaches like Bill Walsh, Jimmy Johnson, Parcells, Bill Belichick, Kyle Shanahan, Andy Reid.... make their players smarter. With that intelligence comes fewer mistakes, and faster, more aggressive play. Confident play. But they also infuse football IQ up and out through an entire organization...impacting the GM, owner, and out the tendrils to the scouts.
            Staley's mentor Sean Mcvay exists.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by ChargersPowderBlue View Post

              Staley's mentor Sean Mcvay exists.
              I'm sure Staley learned from McVay in the 1 year w/the Rams, but McVay isn't (that I know of) thought of as a great defensive mind. Staley certainly must have picked up some good stuff from Vic Fangio while linebacker coach under Vic in Chicago.

              Having a chance to learn from both McVay (offense) and Fangio (defense) is quite some schooling.

              A huge benefit Staley will bring to the Chargers is an appreciation for...and understanding of analytics. The Chargers are woefully behind in that area.

              Staley, who said he was inspired by the book “Moneyball” and has watched video streams of MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conferences, is a major proponent of analytics.

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              • #8
                Thread title gives me visions of going to the bathroom "mens" and Staley hops outta nowhere and quizzes you on this week's LG's tendencies against QB pressure or length of 10 yards converted to inches.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by AK47 View Post
                  Thread title gives me visions of going to the bathroom "mens" and Staley hops outta nowhere and quizzes you on this week's LG's tendencies against QB pressure or length of 10 yards converted to inches.
                  Best be ready.

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                  • #10
                    Can we please start a petition for Brandon Staley to get a fat chest tattoo if/when we win a Super Bowl??

                    Bruce Arians did it (see below)

                    Pretty sure that’s his shoulder, but a lightning bolt across the chest would work for me.
                    1. Slater/Darrisaw, LT
                    2. Richie Grant, S
                    3A. Adebo/Melifonwu, CB
                    3B. Osa Odighizuwa, DL
                    4. Elerson Smith, EDGE
                    5. Robert Hainsey, OL
                    6A. Fehoko/Imatorbhebhe, WR
                    6B. Ben Mason, TE/H-Back/ST
                    7. Avery Williams, NCB/ST Returner

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                    • #11
                      Maybe it'll be more of a motivation if he swears to get a tattoo if we DON'T win the superbowl haha
                      กกก SI SE SEWELL !!!

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                      • #12
                        If somebody wanted to brand me with scalding hot fire brand...and the resulting mark was "I'm Super Bowl Champion Coach"...I'd find a way to work through the procedure.

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