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Maybe he's not interested. Sports announcing has to be a pretty sweet gig at that level.

PS analyzing something as an announcer is one thing - coaching it is another.

 
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Maybe he's not interested. Sports announcing has to be a pretty sweet gig at that level.PS analyzing something as an announcer is one thing - coaching it is another.
Aye. Just because you're good at something doesn't instill an urge to teach it, or manage players. Responsibility is often a synonym for headache.
 
Maybe he's not interested. Sports announcing has to be a pretty sweet gig at that level.PS analyzing something as an announcer is one thing - coaching it is another.
Aye. Just because you're good at something doesn't instill an urge to teach it, or manage players. Responsibility is often a synonym for headache.
He's good at his announcing gig? ::sigh:: You'd figure with him being a former QB and all, you'd hear him say he'd want offenses to go for it more on like 4th and 1 @ the 25 in the oppositions territory than "No they should kick a FG."
 
Maybe he's not interested. Sports announcing has to be a pretty sweet gig at that level.PS analyzing something as an announcer is one thing - coaching it is another.
Aye. Just because you're good at something doesn't instill an urge to teach it, or manage players. Responsibility is often a synonym for headache.
He's good at his announcing gig? ::sigh:: You'd figure with him being a former QB and all, you'd hear him say he'd want offenses to go for it more on like 4th and 1 @ the 25 in the oppositions territory than "No they should kick a FG."
Can't find the thread, but this came up before.He's an analyst and has much more freedom with his time and also gets to do far more than a QB coach would. I'm sure he also earns more as an analyst and ESPN commentator / personality - and he doesn't have an NFL Head Coach as a boss.Maybe he'd be a consultant, but that'd create a conflict of interest. No, I'm sure he's quite happy at doing what he does. He would make a great QB coach (and probably should do some clinics).
 

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