No, but he was in New England after trying to sneak out to join the Jets. He's a real piece of work.<quoted text>Parcells left after a championship season with the Giants. He certainly was not pushed out.
If he hadn't left he would have been fired. Jones had grown tired of fighting with him over who should get credit for the success of the team. There just wasn't room in the Dallas boardroom for two alpha males.Jim Johnson simply did not see eye to eye with an owner.
Yep. That's why you need to hire a good/great GM to figure out before hand if a perspective HC fits the organization.and for every Pete Carroll, there are many Bill Arnspargers and Ray Handleys. Even a great coach could be a wrong fit for a certain team.
Landry was a cutting edge defensive coach in his day, but he progressively fell farther and farther behind newer offensive methods despite having great talent on the last 3 teams he coached, including Danny White, Tony Dorsett, Michael Irving, Mike Renfro, Tim Newsome, and Herschel Walker. It was a sad thing to watch.Landry just suffered from a lack of horses to do the job and not coaching methods.
Easily. What got you to the SB last year didn't even get you to the playoffs this year.And how can a coaches methods suddenly become obsolete in just one season after the same methods won a Super Bowl the year before?
The Giants have been on the playoff bubble the past 4 years, in which they have won their division once and missed the playoffs THREE times. That would put any coach on the hot seat.