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Ogbuehi and Bodine must have been the Zen Masters of Ketchup...
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The Piano Man’s secrets to judging O-line talent have been revealed. Can’t make this shit up folks. Go to Bleacher Report for the details.

Cowboys OL Coach Details Why He Judges Players by How They Dispense Ketchup - Bleacher Report
Paul  Through 2017:

Mike Brown’s Owner/GM record:  27 years   180-249-3   .416 winning pct.
Marvin Lewis HC record:  15 years  125-112-3   .527 winning pct. 
Playoff Record (both):  0-7, .000 winning pct.  
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(05-17-2018, 04:19 PM)t3r3e3 Wrote: The Piano Man’s secrets to judging O-line talent have been revealed. Can’t make this shit up folks. Go to Bleacher Report for the details.

Cowboys OL Coach Details Why He Judges Players by How They Dispense Ketchup - Bleacher Report

I just corpsed so badly at work, people came over wondering why I just started my cringey laugh...

That was our coach, people!

here's the link, btw: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2776564-cowboys-ol-coach-details-why-he-judges-players-by-how-they-dispense-ketchup

And another: https://ftw.usatoday.com/2018/05/dallas-cowboys-paul-alexander-ketchup-heinz-hit-the-57-video

The USA today one is MILES better.
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(05-17-2018, 04:26 PM)Truck_1_0_1_ Wrote: I just corpsed so badly at work, people came over wondering why I just started my cringey laugh...

That was our coach, people!

here's the link, btw: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2776564-cowboys-ol-coach-details-why-he-judges-players-by-how-they-dispense-ketchup

And another: https://ftw.usatoday.com/2018/05/dallas-cowboys-paul-alexander-ketchup-heinz-hit-the-57-video

The USA today one is MILES better.

funny part is they don't think hes 100% serious...

Evan mathis must have been a mustard guy.
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I wonder if the Cowboys will put up with him for a quarter of a century like we did.
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And when Dallas has the #1 line again in the sport this will be every opening question to every offensive line prospect in the 2019 combine.
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Big Willie is going to help the Cowboys. Frankly, his help didn't do much for Ced so it will be interesting to see what he does for them. https://www.bloggingtheboys.com/2018/5/15/17357816/willie-anderson-is-going-to-work-with-the-dallas-cowboys-offensive-line
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He also judges the success of his O Line men based on their chicklet teeth...
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(05-17-2018, 05:38 PM)pally Wrote: Big Willie is going to help the Cowboys.  Frankly, his help didn't do much for Ced so it will be interesting to see what he does for them.  https://www.bloggingtheboys.com/2018/5/15/17357816/willie-anderson-is-going-to-work-with-the-dallas-cowboys-offensive-line

good for willie getting a Coaching intern?
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(05-17-2018, 04:26 PM)Truck_1_0_1_ Wrote: I just corpsed so badly at work, people came over wondering why I just started my cringey laugh...

That was our coach, people!

here's the link, btw: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2776564-cowboys-ol-coach-details-why-he-judges-players-by-how-they-dispense-ketchup

And another: https://ftw.usatoday.com/2018/05/dallas-cowboys-paul-alexander-ketchup-heinz-hit-the-57-video

The USA today one is MILES better.


Do you think that he might also quiz them to see if they know the difference between Ketchup and Catsup?   Ninja

Do you also wonder if the fans in Dallas aren't wondering "Just who is this fool, anyway?  Everybody knows that in Texas you don't put ketchup on bbq..".    LOL
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So glad this clown is gone.
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On another note, did anyone happen to catch the part, in the quote from PA's book, where he says something about 437,514 possible alignments to prepare for? Way to over complicate things there, coach. They say that the best coaches make the game simpler to the players under them... This guy should have gotten the boot when Bratkowski did.
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I’m highly skilled at extracting all condiments, but then again I’m probably a better football player than Ogbuehi, so I guess PA’s theory holds.
“I’m Pacman Jones n****, what the [expletive] I got on me?”
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(05-17-2018, 08:18 PM)lostpoet2 Wrote: I’m highly skilled at extracting all condiments, but then again I’m probably a better football player than Ogbuehi, so I guess PA’s theory holds.

Nothin' turns off chicks and "legendary" O-Line coaches more than a weak condiment game.
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(05-17-2018, 08:27 PM)BengalsRocker Wrote: Nothin' turns off chicks and "legendary" O-Line coaches more than a weak condiment game.

LOL  You know it!
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Don't forget about the super important handshake. I remember him saying he judged a player's nastiness based on their handshake. 
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I thought he judged players based on if they left the toilet seat up or down.....
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Bold prediction:

Piano man is out on his ass after one year in Dallas... And Mikey Boy brings him back to Cincy as an assistant something or other Nervous
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(05-17-2018, 07:42 PM)SunsetBengal Wrote: On another note, did anyone happen to catch the part, in the quote from PA's book, where he says something about 437,514 possible alignments to prepare for?  Way to over complicate things there, coach.  They say that the best coaches make the game simpler to the players under them...  This guy should have gotten the boot when Bratkowski did.

He should have gotten the boot back in the 20th century. 

I've gotta give him some credit though, he was very smart about the company he kept. He clearly became best friends with The Family. Anywhere else, he would have been gone well before 25 seasons had passed.
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(05-18-2018, 08:19 AM)Pat5775 Wrote:  Anywhere else, he would have been gone well before 25 seasons had passed.

No he would not.

He had an amazing 20+ year run where he did not have a singlr high drafted players flop.  And for almosta  decade he got by with ZERO highly drafted O-linemen.

Ogbuehi and Fisher (and partly Bodine) cost him his job here.  So maybe his evaluation skills were getting rusty.  But he was a very good coach heer for a very long time.  That is why he got another job immediately.  
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(05-18-2018, 09:50 AM)fredtoast Wrote: No he would not.

He had an amazing 20+ year run where he did not have a singlr high drafted players flop.  And for almosta  decade he got by with ZERO highly drafted O-linemen.

Ogbuehi and Fisher (and partly Bodine) cost him his job here.  So maybe his evaluation skills were getting rusty.  But he was a very good coach heer for a very long time.  That is why he got another job immediately.  

I think you and Pat are both right and wrong at the same time:

He obviously is a decent coach: you don't groom players, high draft picks or not, if you aren't a somewhat decent coach and it has been proclaimed by many around the game, that his concepts and grasp were very good at one time.

But, as many have beaten the horse to death around here, his concepts and grasp have obviously become outdated and redundant, at the very least, with Cincinnati and in this division.

He may do wonders for Dallas, who knows? We know who he is and how he teaches/coaches, so we know that is most-likely not going to happen, but nobody can make that call at this stage of the game.
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