Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Hagman, Sep 18, 2019.
How many playoff wins though ? ... riiiiight .
Garrett sucks!! He should have 112.5 wins!!!!
It took a while to find garrett , way way down ... at #62 ... impressive .
Meanwhile Jimmy only has 2 rings ... oops
This is totally a bait thread.
Playoff games coached in :
Another impressive stat , from the same table .
He is soooo near !
Waiting for the tidbit about the career winning percentage to sink in for those posters who’re saying Jason took longer to get to 80 than Jimmy did.
Jimmy 9 years 144 games .556 winning percentage
Jason 10 years 138 games .572 winning percentage
I think you left out Garrett’s NCFCG victories and SB victories by mistake
JG has been HC now 8.5 years + 2 games this year, so he had 77 wins at the start of the year.
that averages out to 9.05 wins per year, which isnt bad , but to really tell the difference look at playoffs and the wins losses there
Jimmy was 6-1 counting the 2 SB's with dallas
and JG is 2-3 never won a divisional game yet. with dallas
Jimmy did it in 5 years, and JG in 7.5 years.
As far as regular season records, JG is better than a lot of other coaches, many coaches are worse than JG.
Moore and Kitna have more to do with the success of this team? LOL. Moore has been OC for TWO games, Kitna QB coach for TWO games, this o-line has been around since before any of them two arrived, so has D-Law, Jones, Dak, Zeke and several others. When Kellen Moore out guns a top defense and not the train wreck defense's put on the field by the Giants and Washington then we will see his true grit!
Jim Mora probably holds the record for futility in the playoffs.
125-106 in the regular season.
0-6 in the postseason.
At least there's a record Garrett won't break.
10?? I figure JG as HC for 8.5 years not counting 2019
and Jimmy counting the miami years isnt a good comparison, jason has not coached anywhere else, so just compare the dallas years.
discuss what? One is a total hack, the other is one of the greatest coaches of all time.
Hey Garrett, we still on for that beer after practice?
Garrett has a higher winning percentage than the "great" Sean Payton too, despite the 2015 QB debacle.
Oh, no.....hahahahaha. I just thought that this was an interesting factoid given the discussions on the board.
He tried his best to tie it, but the players intervened !