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AFM Subs Ask – with Ron Erhardt Former NFL Head Coach and Offensive Coordinator© October/November 2011
Ron Erhardt was the head coach of the New England Patriots (1978-1981), the offensive coordinator of the New York Giants for a decade (1982-1991), and the OC of the Pittsburgh Steelers (1992-1996). While with the Giants, his teams won two Super Bowls with two different quarterbacks, Phil Simms and Jeff Hostetler. He was also a very successful college coach, having an overall record of 61-7-1 in seven seasons as the head coach at North Dakota State.
Erhardt’s offensive philosophy includes smash-mouth football with big linemen and running backs and plenty of pulling and trapping. He also believes in the vertical passing game with a strong mix of play-action passes. His Patriots were #1 in the NFL in rushing offense in his first year as head coach and the team’s 441 points scored in the 1980 season stood as the club record unti....The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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