Originally Posted by DudeClassicMan
Parcells has also been a sentimental old coot when itís came to keeping his washed up former players employed with his new teams. This practice looks even worse when you consider his habit of discarding that teamís historically best player the minute he hits town (Emmitt, Jason Taylor.) Now that practice would be fine if Parcells was all in on youth movements wherever he went but like I said he loves recycling his washed up players who are often even worse progress stoppers than that franchiseís long-time stars he ran off because of some wild control freak hair up his ass.
Nothing against Pennington; a very smart player who got the most out of a subpar limited throwing appendage. But like Testaverde and Bledsoe as Cowboys, stubborn old obsolete Bill made an awful habit of wasting a shitload of starts on QBís who were ill-suited to be the present or future of those respective clubs.
Agreed, he left a wake of terribleness to every team he ever coaches besides the Giants and Patriots.