Discussion in 'NFL Zone' started by Hostile, Nov 14, 2004.
173rd rushing touchdown of his career.
He seems almost rejuvinated this year.
Isn't his 173rd total TD? I don't think he has that many rushing Tds. I know he was in the 150s last I checked.
I think a lot of credit has to be given to D Green.
The record does not show it, but I have been impressed with the Cardnals. They are in most games and they look like they believe they can win.
He said at the start of the year Emmitt was his guy.
Emmitt is having a pretty good year, better then anything we have got or have had since he left.
Emmitt, is amazing, I believe the greatest RB when you consider all aspects that has ever played the game.
Think about it this guy could end up with 20,000 rushing yards and 200 TD's if he plays a couple more, which I could see him doing with Dennis as the coach.
It should be 173rd TD. Not rushing. Just repeating what the announcer said. I should have checked before posting.
I agree with you about credit to Green. I think this guy just gets it and he relays it to his players. I am sad he has never led a team to the Super Bowl because I think he's a good coach who doesn't need the label attached.
I watched quite a bit of the Giants-Cardinals game to see the old guy run. Of course, I flipped to another game and missed his 18,000th yard, ah the joy and misery of NFL Sunday Ticket.
Anyway, he seems rejuvenated for sure. He looks like he will go out with 1000+yards.
In my opinion, Dennis Green is one of the most underrated coaches in the NFL. In 10 seasons with the Vikings, they only missed the Playoffs twice. Hard to believe he went so long without a job.