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    RIP Chuck Noll

    Arguably, the greatest Head Coach in NFL History...
    Last edited by Seahawk Sal; 06-14-2014 at 04:40 AM.

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    as a Steelers fan...

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    only HC with 4 rings....


    huge loss for the Steelers Organization

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    Took the Steelers from laughing stock to the feared Steel Curtain SB Champs.

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    RIP

    We've lost a lot of the great old timers in the last year or so.
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    He's been sick for a long time. The Emperor is at peace. Unparalleled man.
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    Lombardi is the best. Noll was great.
    U MAD BRO??

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    Quote Originally Posted by JMR View Post
    Lombardi is the best. Noll was great.
    Really not what this is about. God bless the guy, he was a great coach and turned a perennial loser and occasionally mediocre team and organization into one of the best. Art Rooney Sr. was one of the finest football owners and decent individuals that the NFL has been graced with but he was more familiar with horses, base ball and boxing. When he hired Noll, the whole thing changed and Noll more than anything else changed an organization's expectations. The only thing that mattered after he was done was winning Super Bowls. I'm sure Landry, Halas, Walsh, Lombardi, Belicheck, Shula, Parcell, Brown and so on mean as much to their home towns and the teams they coached. Knoll was a great coach but he was an accomplished individual in more than one area.

    If you told him Lombardi was a better coach, he would agree immediately.
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    We can hope he died a proud football man to the end. RIP

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    RIP Chuck. You never got the props you deserved as a HC in life.
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