Welshers wrote:Remind me everyone saying yes, which one of those two coaches won the Super Bowl and which ones team scored only 3 points in the sb
Remind me which one has Wilson and which one had Goff?
What is the Seahawks record over the last 3 seasons if Goff is the QB instead of Wilson?
McVay wins playoff games and goes to a Superbowl with Goff. Pete would be playing for the #1 pick if Goff was his QB.
McVay's coaching staff gets promoted and takes bigger jobs. Pete's staff hopes to remain employed.
Pete is currently #3 in the Division. If he fixes some things, and Shanny has another losing season I'd be willing to bump Pete up to #2.
McVay is top ranked because of his ability to fix things. His defense had a down season? He fixes it, hires a new DC, they become the #1 Defense in the NFL. The O-Line has a single down year? He fixes it, and they go back to being top 5. Jared Goff isn't getting it done? He trades him, and gets a new QB. He also is right there with Belichick when it comes to gameplanning, clock management, and the tough decisions that need to be made on game days, that Pete stumbles around on, calling unnecessary timeouts, and taking delay of game penalties.
Shanny is a brilliant playcaller. Probably the best, but right now I question his ability to run a team. At times Saleh felt like the head coach. All the young coaches in the league are coming from the Shanny tree, though. Shanny needs a QB and those questions would go away I suppose. Shanny is also doing it with sub-optimal QB play.
Pete seemingly has the same problems every off-season and they never get fixed. Just keep doing the same things, believe in the philosophy. Hiring Shane Waldron can at least give hope that maybe this time it will be different.