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  • Published on:  Tuesday, June 11, 2019
  • Mike Florio and Chris Simms draft the worst coaching decisions in NFL history, from the Seahawks not running the ball at the goal line in Super Bowl XLIX to Bill Belichick benching Malcolm Butler before Super Bowl LII. » Subscribe to NBC Sports:» Watch Live Sports on» Get more Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports: Sports Group serves sports fans 24/7 with premier live events, insightful studio shows, and compelling original programming. NBC Sports is an established leader in the sports media landscape with an unparalleled collection of sports properties that include the Olympics, NFL, Premier League, NHL, NASCAR, PGA TOUR, the Kentucky Derby, Tour de France, French Open, IndyCar and many more. Subscribe to our channel for the latest sporting news and highlights!Mike Florio, creator of the industry-leading, offers his NFL insight alongside regular guests, including former NFL athletes such as Chris Simms. Pro Football Talk informs and entertains with the most up-to-date news and analysis surrounding the topical NFL stories of the day.Visit NBC Sports: https://www.nbcsports.comFind NBC Sports on Facebook: NBC Sports on Twitter: NBC Sports on Instagram: Draft: NFL coaching decisions that backfired | Pro Football Talk | NBC Sports
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  • Coldwinter


     2 months ago +14

    I like this segment. Belichick is the greatest coach of all time. But when you coach or play long enough you're going to have a couple bad days at the office.

  • Ibraheem Rao

    Ibraheem Rao

     2 months ago +11

    Jason Garrett: only head coach to ice his own kicker in NFL history.

  • Johnnyc drums

    Johnnyc drums

     2 months ago +7

    Benching Doug Flutie for Rob Johnson (not Doug) is by far the worst coaching move in the Playoffs.

  • Chris topher

    Chris topher

     2 months ago +9

    I wish there was a way to subscribe only to florio and Simms. This other crap on NBC floods the feed

  • Emil Mårtensson

    Emil Mårtensson

     2 months ago +3

    Falcons not running the ball against the Patriots when in field goal range in SB51 is the clear number two choice

  • Michael Osterhout

    Michael Osterhout

     2 months ago +2

    Marty Mornhinweg winning the coin toss in OT and choosing to give the ball to the Bears.

  • firemanJeff911


     2 months ago +8

    I agree with Chris on the Sweetness snub.

  • John Lloyd

    John Lloyd

     2 months ago +4

    Wade Phillips benches Doug Flutie in favor of Rob Johnson. Just awful.

  • nate k

    nate k

     2 months ago +4

    Florio wins, however it was close. Chris you're right about Ditka being an a-hole.

  • Grignok


     21 days ago

    John Fox challenging the Benny cunningham out of bounds on the bears and it was ruled a fumble into the end zone and touchback.

  • Aj Dembroski

    Aj Dembroski

     2 months ago +4

    So rather than doing research, you lay in bed and hope you remember ...
    Which is why you don't know the victory formation wasnt legal until 1987. Or that the QB had tried to give himself up 2 plays earlier but the Eagles opted to full on hit him on the ground rather than follow the unwritten "touch him down" rule The Giants ran because they'd elected not to expose their QB to another shot like that.
    To expect your HB and QB to competently perform a hand off at the NFL level isn't a bad coaching decision.

  • Hector Rodriguez

    Hector Rodriguez

     2 months ago

    Seattle Seahawks mean never ever win another Superbowl title if Russell Wilson did not throw the ball instead of handing off to Marshawn Lynch and scored the game-winning touchdown in Super Bowl 49 if not throw interceptions

  • Pfsif


     2 months ago +1

    How about the last 2 minutes of any Andy Ried coached game?

  • Andre Bunting

    Andre Bunting

     2 months ago

    Ravens calling timeout on 4th down when Lewis and the D stopped Brady. They had Sean Taylor jerseys underneath for him that day. I remember Lewis running up on the coaches...he was ready to knock him out

  • peterjbarban


     2 months ago

    I see no evidence that "Bill Belichick benching Malcolm Butler before Super Bowl LII" was actually a mistake. Butler's level of play at that time and since has not been game-changing. Do people really believe that starting Butler would have changed the outcome of that Superbowl?

  • axel2347


     2 months ago

    Just how does chris, after working in ne and having friends in the organisation, after 5 years still not know, that bellichick asked his coaches that year to create a nickel defense to stop the run on short yard situations. They practices it all year long and never ran it until like 1:30 left in super bowl 49. Just listen to mike lombardi he knows it best!

  • 1950 Mr Universe __________________

    1950 Mr Universe __________________

     2 months ago +1

    Cardiac Kids. Cleveland.

  • Kevin Joseph

    Kevin Joseph

     2 months ago +2


  • Terry Smith

    Terry Smith

     2 months ago +2

    The Patriots stacked the box on that SB play, Carroll didn't want them to swarm Lynch in the backfield. He wanted to throw something at them they least expected. Walter just wanted a touchdown in the Superbowl, he still got his ring. It only counts as a backfire if the team commiting the infraction loses the GAME.

  • julius jones

    julius jones

     2 months ago