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Sean McVay and why coach-centric analysis in the NFL is the worst in sports media

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  1. Clean beard line up = +5 to all offensive plays.

    Copycat league and all that. Didn’t Rivers coach as DC under Norv? Didn’t Rivera watch Norv slowly deconstruct a 12-4, perennial Super Bowl pick into an inconsistent flash in the pan franchise benefiting from a weak division?

    QB whisperer? Rivers. TE whisperer? Antonio Gates. RB whisperer is hilarious too. Great points there.

    You see this all the time in the strength and conditioning world. The worst trainers work with D1 athletes because players make any stupid program look good. Unfortunately, “health and fitness” & the NFL are a bunch of circle jerk bioscience but Player Profiler is the arbitrage. NFL bros can whine all they want but “baseball stats” matter.

    If Hoody makes a difference, what about Ernie Davis? He has Player Profiler memorized along with Playbook Profiler in his big ass brain.

    1. I remember thinking Jordan Cameron at TE under Norv Turner under the Browns would be a good pick but maybe that’s what happens when a TE coach is the OC on a franchise built to ruin QBs.

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