The Cult of the Coach Is Losing Its Power

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In the National Football League (NFL), there has always been the myth of the all-powerful — and perhaps merciless — coach. They’re described as hungry for victory, mostly uncaring about their players and even mistreating them. However, this myth seems to be collapsing; “the hierarchical, cult-of-the-coach approach was never going to be the same after so many different factors became more prevalent in the game—technological advances, a reliance on studies or data, and the rise of general managers who were younger, more aggressive, and involved in big decisions.” Read full article here

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