Discussion in 'Steelers Talk' started by mgsmooth, Aug 22, 2019.
When he was offensive coordinator in 1998 the Steelers had a 7-9 record and finished the season on a 5 game losing streak. Hopefully he is a better WR coach for us then he was an off. coordinator. He has been out of football for the past 3 years so I'm not sure what to make of that little note.
Good veteran coach presence to teach these young guys. Good hire..
He’s “in a WR coach”?
That’s some weird stuff right there.
"Not that there's anything wrong with that...….."
Hope he does a good job!
Split end, tight end, in the slot, wild cat..........whatever floats your boat.
Probably the 49ers WR coach.
In 1998 he had Kordell who was horrible.
That was year of the infamous "heads tails" coin flip controversy in Detroit by Bettis.
That's really unfortunate.
The Steelers offense with Kordell struggled under Sherman. His Vikings offense the next season was top 5 in yardage with Randall Cunningham and Jeff George yet he quit in order to not be demoted. His tenures were very short. I wonder if there was some kind of 'hard to work with' kinda thing going on.
Never really cared for Ray the first time. Nor this time.
He was hanging around so yea why not just make him our wr coach.