Not to that degree that, he didn't...PurpleMustReign wrote: ↑Tue Jan 01, 2019 12:45 pmHe's been praised by whoever he's coached. I would be ok with him being made the full time OC. I think the fact that he's survived as many coaches as he has speaks volumes especially nowadays.
It annoys me that teams want the next Sean mcvay because he really hasn't done anything yet. He's clearly improved a team that struggled for a ong time but he's still 0-1 in the playoffs and is in his third year. Even Zimmer had early success.
I think McVay has accomplished a lot. He took over a 4 win team that hadn't had a winning record in 13 years and won 11 games in his first season and 13 in his second. That's a huge, swift turnaround.
He's in his second year so he's 0-1 in the playoffs after one appearance, with his second playoff game still to come.
Regarding Stefanski: his ability to stick with the team through several different coaching staffs is significant but I just don't see anything on his resumé that stands out and says "this is the guy to hire for this very important role". Maybe he'll make a great OC or HC but right now, I can't tell if he's gold or fool's gold and the job he did as interim OC didn't exactly blow me away. I'm just a little baffled by the buzz surrounding him.