The Eagles Will Lose the Super Bowl Because Doug Pederson Wears a Visor
Football is about choices for the coaches. When a Head Coach makes a split second decision, it can be the difference between a win and a loss. You have just seconds to make that choice. A guy who wears a visor, habitually, in all weather, to me, has poor judgement.
The visor's only real use is to keep the sun out of your eyes on a blazing hot day while keeping your head cool. This person also has to hate sunglasses. That is it. Other than that, it's just goofy bananas. The visor is just the tip of the iceberg.
Eagles Head Coach Doug Pederson wears a visor on an overcast day. He wears a visor in a dome. He's just a visor guy. He gets his own head wrong every morning, what else is he likely to get wrong? Maybe a key decision in the biggest game in the world?
Maybe it will be poor time management, maybe it will be misuse of timeouts. Maybe Doug E. Fresh goes for it on 4th and a mile from his own 39. There will be a moment where visor guy reveals his lack of good judgement.
I also don't want my coach trying to look cool. I want my coach so distracted by the game, he needs someone else to dress him. I want him out there with messy hair in a hoodie.
Final Score - Pats = 27, Visor = 0
P.S. - I also don't want my coach smiling — EVER. I want him to look like he has to take an excruciating doodie the whole game.
P.S.S. - I'm not a Pats fan. I hate them. I just respect greatness. No way visor guy beats Big B---- Billy B. Just not going to happen.
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