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July 2001

July 2001


Words of Wisdom

© July 2001

With innovations such as the pocket pass, loose-leaf playbooks, year-round coaching staffs, classroom teaching and tests, advanced scouting, grading player performance from film review, and sending in plays from the sideline, some say Paul Brown was the greatest coach who ever lived. Add to that coaching legendary high school teams at Massilon, Ohio, a national championships at Ohio State, all four AAFC champions, and three NFL championships, it's hard to get much argument to that claim. Brown began his NFL career in 1950 by taking his AAFC champions and thrashing the defending NFL champion Philadelphia Eagles 35-10. He ended his NFL career by coaching his expansion Cincinnatti Bengals into the playoffs in only three years (faster than anyone had ever done at the time). He coached the Bengals into the playoffs twice more before retiring ....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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