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    If a week from now, Todd Haley reaches the mountaintop of football coaching with an NFL head...

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    He sounds good to me I would be happy with him as HC if his current and past players like him and say he made them better what more do you want. I know how to manage a game.

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    NO NO NO!! Just because hes in the superbowl hes automatically the next best coach?!

    No way, that team does have Warner, Fitz, Boldin, Breaston and James to make that Offense look special..Id say they have more to do with it than Haley..

    Plus, I would like to see someone who likes a good balance between the run and pass. Hes too pass happy.

    Im not even going to go into the Defensive details..too much typing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sn@keIze View Post
    NO NO NO!! Just because hes in the superbowl hes automatically the next best coach?!

    No way, that team does have Warner, Fitz, Boldin, Breaston and James to make that Offense look special..Id say they have more to do with it than Haley..

    Plus, I would like to see someone who likes a good balance between the run and pass. Hes too pass happy.

    Im not even going to go into the Defensive details..too much typing.
    Well just who do you want then? Cower, Marty, The Rat, Chuckie name the old rehashed HC? Tell us who you think would be better and why.


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    Quote Originally Posted by N TX Dave View Post
    Well just who do you want then? Cower, Marty, The Rat, Chuckie name the old rehashed HC? Tell us who you think would be better and why.

    In my previous post ive shown favor in your first three you listed(Cowher, Shottenheimer, Shanny)but those arent likely to happen. Definetaly dont want Chuckie, he inhereted Dungys team he built.

    Id be interested in someone who can do what Herm was supposed to do, get a defense, but with a 3-4. Haley is not that guy

    But more than who I want, I know who I dont want.

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    Default Derrick Thomas inducted in to the NFL Hall of Fame!!!


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    Awesome. Finally.
    SHUT IT

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    Just announced on NFL Network, Derrick Thomas is going into the Hall of Fame class 2009!! It's about time he gets his due.

    And a side note, Shannon Sharpe does not get in this year!
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    Derrick Thomas Elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2009
    Jan 31, 2009, 1:40:33 PM


    The Pro Football Hall of Fame Selection Committee announced on Saturday that the late LB Derrick Thomas has been elected to the Hall of Fame’s Class of 2009. The Class of 2009 will be enshrined in Canton, Ohio on Sunday, August 8th. Thomas becomes the 10th member of the Chiefs to be enshrined in Canton. He joins fellow linebackers Bobby Bell (Class of ‘82) and Willie Lanier (Class of ‘86) in Canton.

    “This is an exciting day for Chiefs fans across the country and an exciting day for our family,” Chiefs Chairman Clark Hunt said. “Derrick Thomas was a cornerstone of the modern era of the Chiefs, and one of the most feared pass rushers of his generation. We are thrilled with his selection to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2009.

    “His outstanding statistics and play on the field made him deserving of pro football’s highest individual honor, but – just as importantly – he was a hall of famer in the Kansas City community. Derrick’s legacy of community involvement is among the finest for any player in Chiefs history, and he will be remembered for contributions like the Third and Long Foundation and his work to help others long after his induction ceremony.”

    Thomas was the Chiefs first-round selection (fourth overall) in the ‘89 NFL Draft out of the University of Alabama. A nine-time Pro Bowl selection, Thomas holds Kansas City’s franchise record and ranks 11th in NFL history with 126.5 career sacks. A native of Miami, Florida, Thomas also holds Chiefs records for career safeties (3), forced fumbles (45) and fumble recoveries (19). Only two players in NFL history own more safeties or fumble return TDs (4) than Thomas. He is also sixth in team history with 728 career tackles. Thomas recorded an NFL single-game record 7.0 sacks vs. Seattle (11/11/90). During the ‘90s, no other NFL player recorded more sacks than Thomas’ total of 116.5, including a franchise-record 20.0 sacks for the Chiefs in ‘90.

    A member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s NFL All-Decade Team of the ‘90s, Thomas was the cornerstone around whom the Chiefs franchise was rebuilt under Peterson. During the ‘90s, the Chiefs constructed a 102-58 regular season record and led the NFL in turnover differential (+128). In the 17 seasons prior to Thomas’ arrival in Kansas City, the franchise made just one playoff appearance and enjoyed just four winning seasons. During Thomas’ 11 seasons with the Chiefs from ‘89-99, the team earned seven playoff berths, won three AFC West titles and recorded 10 winning seasons.

    Truly one of the most dominant players of his era, Thomas produced 27 multi-sack games during his NFL tenure. From ‘92-99, the Chiefs were an astounding 16-1 when Thomas registered 2.0 or more sacks. He was also the key figure in Kansas City’s record-setting ‘95 defensive unit that ranked in the NFL’s top five in scoring defense (1st), total defense (2nd), rushing defense (3rd) and pass defense (5th) as the Chiefs posted a 13-3 regular season record for the first time in team history.

    A stalwart in the Kansas City community, Thomas was named the ‘93 NFL Man of the Year for his philanthropic efforts. Thomas’ “Third and Long Foundation” is still active in the Kansas City community, continuing the reading and scholarship programs he began. In June of 2001, the Derrick Thomas Academy, a tuition-free public charter school was launched in Kansas City. The academy is the first-ever public elementary school named after an NFL hero.

    Thomas was posthumously inducted into the Chiefs Hall of Fame in 2001. He died in his hometown of Miami, Florida on February 8, 2000 after suffering a serious auto accident in Kansas City, Missouri on January 23, 2000.
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