To jump on yesterday’s Bill Parcells article, here is Parcell’s commandments on what is takes to be a successful quarterback in the NFL. You can easily take this list and translate to any leadership job. Quarterback commandments: 1. Ignore other opinions – Press or TV, agents or advisors, family or wives, friends or relatives, fans… Continue reading Bill Parcells 11 Commandments of Being a Quarterback (or leader in any field)
Coming in at 544 pages in medium print, the Parcells “I better get this all down before I die” book, that looks at his life and career as a football coach, goes down many fascinating roads in his life. From his childhood, to college, to coaching in various places in college, to his NFL stints… Continue reading My take on “Bill Parcells – A Football Life” book
It was a trying time in Buffalo Bills land between Christmas and New Years as in that same week our starting quarterback retired unexpectantly, then our head coach resigned due to a buyout clause in his contract. So after a promising 9-7 record, with a strong chance to finally make the playoffs in 2015, we… Continue reading Doug Marrone, it was good to know you!
And now what is Tom Brady’s legacy? What will happen with DeflateGate? Will he go down as the Bill Clinton of athletics? Brilliant and talented and one of the greats, but whose image is tarnished because of a lack of integrity. Brady is so great. I’d trade lives with Brady in a heartbeat. Greatest NFL… Continue reading Tom Brady could be the most loved/hated athlete in history
The Super Bowl. For this Generation X Canadian raised kid, this is something I’ve always looked forward to. I am a sports nerd in many ways as I used to watch all the pre-game shows leading up to the game. From ESPN (and later NFL Network) to the network that carries the game show that… Continue reading Top 100 Super Bowl Moments of All-Time