Gary Myers

Gary Myers



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Brady vs Manning: The Untol...

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Coaching Confidential: Insi...

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The House Of The Worm

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Dark Wisdom

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The Country of the Worm

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Gray Magic

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Smart Mom's Baby-Sitting Co...

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“They’ve had several conversations since that day in Owings Mills when Bisciotti fired him. “He said at some point we will sit down and have a glass of wine in that new house of yours,” Billick said. Billick had the perfect response. “It’s the least I can do, because you’re paying for it.”
Gary Myers, Coaching Confidential: Inside the Fraternity of NFL Coaches

“He was always competitive from the first day, but I think what happened from that point on is, I would say he began to enjoy the struggle,”
Gary Myers, Brady vs Manning: The Untold Story of the Rivalry That Transformed the NFL

“As Parcells developed as a head coach, he came to understand that creative tension produced better results. He preyed upon the insecurity of players. If his team was cruising along winning week after week, he manufactured a crisis to keep the players on edge. If they were losing, he had plenty of material at his disposal. Parcells knew Simms could take it, so he often used him for target practice. By picking on Simms, one of the faces of the franchise, the other players knew they would be held accountable.”
Gary Myers, Coaching Confidential: Inside the Fraternity of NFL Coaches

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