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Bill Walsh DeMario Davis Jersey Stitched , Joe Gibbs, Bill Parcells. Hall of Famers all.The three coaches who dominated the NFL in the 1980s and just beyond 鈥?Walsh coached the 49ers to three Super Bowl titles, Gibbs did the same with the Redskins, and Parcells won two with the Giants 鈥?are the subject of an outstanding new book by longtime Newsday columnist Bob Glauber."Guts And Genius" includes interviews with more than 150 people who had close contact with the men who outshined all other coaches as NFC teams won 13 straight Super Bowls. Walsh popularized the West Coast offense, Gibbs won his trio of titles with three different quarterbacks, and Parcells was a defensive mastermind and superb motivator."These three coaches did things differently, yet they all arrived at the same place multiple times 鈥?holding the Lombardi Trophy aloft after the Super Bowl," Glauber says. "Walsh was the intellectual who could outthink his opponents. Gibbs was the master technician who was perhaps the best strategist ever by winning three Super Bowls with three different quarterbacks, none of whom was close to Hall of Fame quality. And Parcells was the Jersey guy bully who willed his teams to victory."These coaches brought out the best in their players, and those players developed lifelong affection for them. I found it astonishing how influential Walsh, Gibbs and Parcells were on their players, many of whom call the coaches the greatest influences of their lives."One oddity about each of the three is they all struggled to get or hold onto their head coaching gigs. Gibbs began his career with the Redskins by losing his first five games and six of seven in 1981. Parcells got the Giants job when Ray Perkins high-tailed to Alabama, and the Tuna then went 3-12-1, looking outmatched at times.Walsh was bypassed for the Bengals' pro job and wound up as coach at Stanford before the 49ers reached out.Soon, they were earning championship rings.Glauber goes deep in detail about how all three were hired, built their teams, and had a profound influence on the sport. Indeed, Walsh's impact has been most profound, with such proteges as Mike Holmgren, Andy Reid, Mike McCarthy and Jon Gruden either winning or reaching Super Bowls."The impact of these coaches, particularly Walsh and Parcells, continues in today's game," Glauber notes, "and their fingerprints are all over the NFL. All 32 of this year's coaches 鈥?every single one of them 鈥?has either a direct or indirect connection with Walsh and Parcells, whose coaching trees are among the most productive in the history of pro sports."DISSING BORTLESEagles safety Malcolm Jenkins took a shot at Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles while trying to make a point that Colin Kaepernick belongs in the NFL."I can turn on the tape this week of our opponent and see that Colin Kaepernick deserves a job," Jenkins said.Bortles was benched during Jacksonville's third straight loss last week, but will start against Philadelphia in London on Sunday.Jenkins Youth Teddy Bridgewater Jersey , co-founder of The Players Coalition, has maintained support for Kaepernick and the quarterback's friend and former 49ers teammate, Panthers safety Eric Reid. They're all fighting against racial and social inequality. However, Kaepernick and Reid disagree with Jenkins on how to do it. Reid and Jenkins had to be separated before the coin toss of Carolina's 21-17 win at Philadelphia. Afterward, Reid called Jenkins a "sellout."HALL HONORING THE MILITARYThe Pro Football Hall of Fame will provide free museum admission and parking to all veterans and active military plus a guest throughout November. The offer is good for all United States active duty personnel, including National Guard reservists and retired military service members who show a valid military ID at the Hall's ticket office.The Hall of Fame's annual Veterans Day event takes place Nov. 3 at 11 a.m. EDT. This year's program is entitled "Honoring the Nation's Heroes" and will include U.S. Army veteran and former Pittsburgh Steelers running back Rocky Bleier.Bleier, a four-time Super Bowl champion who overcame a severe foot injury, losing part of his right foot during his service in the Vietnam War, will share his story of service at the event. In addition, several Medal of Honor recipients will be on hand for the program in Canton, Ohio.BREES BATTLES FOR INTERCEPTIONSaints quarterback Drew Brees has been setting passing records through October. He's also rooting for an interception.Brees is working this year with the NFL and the American Cancer Society in their "Crucial Catch: Intercept Cancer" initiative.For the 10th year, the NFL and the ACS are working together in this program, which addresses early detection and risk reduction efforts for multiple cancers. Since 2009, more than $18.5 million has been raised and donated to ACS through the partnership.As part of the campaign, the NFL and ACS created The Defender, a digital tool that provides consumers with personalized tips to reduce their cancer risk. The free, user-friendly tool allows fans to take control of their health and increase their understanding of how healthy lifestyle habits can help reduce their cancer risk.A painting of Brees by Jon Moody is being auctioned off by the NFL to raise funds for "Crucial Catch: Intercept Cancer." In addition, a signed Brees helmet is being auctioned off .Fans who complete The Defender will have the option to donate to ACS and enter for a chance to win two tickets to February's Super Bowl in Atlanta, inclusive of travel and other Super Bowl-related events, as part of an ACS contest.NBC INNOVATIONSWas that field goal good? By how much?NBC will let fans know exactly that in Sunday night's strong NFC matchup between New Orleans and Minnesota, both division leaders. The new "SNF Kicks Tracer" can map the flight of the ball on all field goal attempts. The SNF Kicks technology will provide additional data, including trajectory, speed of the football, and a "good from" statistic indicating the furthest distance from which a made field goal would have been successful.The "good from" metric will be used for made field goals of 45 yards or longer. It uses TrackMan technology that has been popularized by NBC Sports golf coverage, and determines how far the kick would have been good from by tracking the football from when it is kicked until it hits the net behind the goal posts."As we continue to use the most cutting-edge technology to enhance our 'Sunday Night Football' broadcast, we are excited to add the tracer to our coverage," says Fred Gaudelli, executive producer of SNF. "With many games coming down to field goals Teddy Bridgewater Jersey Stitched , this new element will illustrate the flight of the football, while also providing many statistics pertinent to the kicking game."And field goals are only the beginning. By the end of the season, we hope to be showcasing the technology on kickoffs and punts, and eventually make our way to the passing game."I REMEMBER YOUFew NFL head coaches have deeper ties than Tampa Bay's Dirk Koetter and Cincinnati's Marvin Lewis. They both played at Idaho State, with Lewis a year ahead. Koetter was a high school quarterback when he first met Lewis on Idaho State's field."We'd practice after them," Koetter said. "He was the scout team quarterback. I'd watch Marvin my senior year. When I committed to go there, I originally thought Marvin and I would be in competition with each other, but Marvin moved to defense and had a terrific career as a defensive player."They became close friends and Lewis spent a lot of time with the Koetter family."It's very unique, having sat in class with Dirk for years," Lewis said. "I kind of grew up eating Thanksgiving dinner at his home, and I went to high school football games with his mother when his dad was coaching and his brother was the quarterback."So it's a little bit unique."Their friendship extends beyond football."I was coaching high school and Marvin introduced me to my wife, Kim," Koetter said. "I'll be forever grateful."AP Pro Football Writers Barry Wilner, Simmi Buttar, Rob Maaddi and Sports Writer Joe Kay contributed.The Taysom Hill experience has a long way to go. But act one was a fun entrance. You know his story and background, and you’ve heard the buzz. Thursday night in the New Orleans Saints preseason opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars you finally got to see the product and the show that is —-Taysom Hill. You had to watch the game to feel the full experience, the boxscore doesn’t tell the entire story. But in either case, Hill was worth your time. Thursday’s opener gave Saints watchers and listeners their first glimpse of many future developments —- and a win, for whatever that’s worth. The results were fine as New Orleans used a second-half comeback built with backup and third string reserves to rally in a victory very reminiscent of last season’s campaign. But this version was simply an exhibition and missing various healthy scratches. The most noteworthy including Drew Brees and Cam Jordan. That left backups such as Quarterback Tom Savage starting. And if you let Saints twitter tell the story, much was left to be desired. But that’s Twitter’s story, the facts show that Savage actually had an alright game. He wasn’t perfect, finishing 10-of-14 for 70 yards with zero touchdowns. He also had a few errant throws that you would like to see him complete. However, Savage didn’t turn the football over and made the most of his opportunities when they were available.The point being: Let Drew Brees hold your standard of greatness, not his backups. After Savage’s night was done, WhoDatNation finally received the moment they had been waiting for. The Taysom Hill experience was ready for liftoff at the beginning of the Second Half. Now let’s understand something about quarterbacks and the word “experience” in this context. It’s mainly reserved for quarterbacks who can be framed as unorthodox or scramblers. Traditional pocket passing quarterbacks no matter their greatness, don’t normally have words like experience or “show” in correspondence with their performances. The reason I can guess is that there’s not much excitement in a crash where one side is stationary, it’s just plain horrible at that point. But with players like Hill, even the disasters can have you at the edge of your seat. It’s what made Quarterbacks like Steve Young Youth Larry Warford Jersey , Doug Flutie, Fran Tarkenton, Micheal Vick and Randall Cunningham among others, all spectacles. It’s unknown if Taysom Hill will be closer to the aforementioned class of players, or if Tavaris Jackson, Quincy Carter, or Johnny Manziel will be better comparisons. Either way, Hill’s first game gave everybody their first taste of what could become a thrilling future. Hill finished Thursday’s victory completing eight of nine passes for 72 yards, zero touchdowns and zero interceptions. But Taysom would be just any other guy if his feet didn’t tell part of his story where he ended his night compiling 52 yards on seven rushes and a touchdown. When’s the last time you’ve seen that in the playbook?And what about this one?As exciting as that was that’s not what’s going to help Hill in the long run. And it isn’t what has Sean Payton’s attention; It’s his talked about ability to process information and make secure throws in and outside of the pocket. Let’s remember that Micheal Vick’s career year wasn’t in Atlanta, it was in Philadelphia.Before him, Randall Cunningham’s best season wasn’t in Philadelphia, it was in Minnesota. The evidence carries for many quarterbacks like Hill: A run-first quarterback is eventually a defense’s best friend. But a true dual-threat can be their worst nightmare. Even the most athletic of quarterbacks eventually need balance as a passer to support their swift blessings.Early in Hill’s first series, the second year man out of BYU found this out the hard way. Hill did his best to use his legs early, often collapsing out of the pocket to find space, rather than using his arm on quick reads. At the first sight of pressure, Hill fled. And while his reserve offensive line did him few favors, his first series soon ended with two sacks. Hill’s second drive wasn’t much better due to a couple offensive penalties, and a punt soon followed. Remember the Saints twitter story from earlier? Hill wasn’t exempt from criticism either . Even with the drunk spelling, you know damn well which former Steve Spurrier product he’s talking about. Even with a slow start, the Taysom Hill experience had everyone’s attention, it just hadn’t controlled its wheels yet. Then came the third and game-defining drive. We soon learned how the simple plays would help Hill the most. Hill made adjustments, stepping up into the pocket, firing out of three and five step dropbacks throughout the drive, while using his legs when needed. He showed confidence, balance, and perseverance in a twelve play 81-yard touchdown led drive. By the time it was over, so was Hill’s night, and we were on to J.T Barrett. The Taysom Hill experience had ended in three drives Larry Warford Jersey Stitched , that felt like 13. But the Hill performance approval train however, was just beginning. Saints twitter showed it had a heart, and was able to forgive. In a matter of one drive, Taysom Hill made you go from shaking your head and throwing your remote. To screaming and looking for another pair of batteries. Just be thankful these games don’t count yet. As the night finished, you probably still don’t know what or who you have in Taysom Hill. We all know preseason results can be misleading. But in the end, we’re all fans for a reason. One reason being hopefully to learn. For example, plays such as the one below are the elements of Hill’s game that everyone should have their eyes on. While Hill’s display of theatrics are a beauty to watch, the simple fundamental plays are the ones that could make him most dangerous .And while Hill recovered in amazing fashion, his pocket awareness will need to improve over time. He must continue to improve as a thrower and not look to recreate the “Running Man Challenge” at the first sight of a defender in pursuit. Let’s also be honest with ourselves here, Sean Payton hasn’t coached a guy like Hill in years, since his final days in Dallas with Tony Romo. And no disrespect to Tony, but Hill is on a different planet as an athlete. So Payton for sure has much to learn and tinker with, but there’s also a ton he has to teach. Learning from Payton and Drew Brees should only help Hill as he matures as an NFL caliber signal caller.As the preseason continues, expect more highs and lows. Expect touchdowns and few turnovers, but unmatched excitement throughout the process. Your favorite roller-coaster ride should put everything into perspective. What good are the exhilarating moments without those queasy feelings when you feel as if you could die at any second? And if you’re old enough, you may be able to remember the last Saints quarterback that gave you similar sentiments.There’s an argument that the Saints haven’t seen an enigma like Taysom Hill since the early days of Aaron Brooks. Remembering him should alert you of the possible challenges that could soon await. But even that was fun for a moment. The point remains, whether a star or a disaster Hill should be fun. And regardless of the result, isn’t that the reason you watch the game, to begin with?Unpredictability may not take you far in most jobs, but in football where bodies are on the line daily, it can become a savior for some players. It’s for sure a savior for Taysom Hill. Where this adventure stops is later to be determined, but if even for a day, the first ride was a success.

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