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Smith followed Ryan as he transitioned from Head Coach of the New York Jets to his position in Buffalo. She started her career with the Jets as an intern, and quickly worked her way up to a Player Personnel Assistant, then to Assistant to the Head Coach. In Buffalo, she served as Administrative Assistant to the Head Coach.
originally posted by: TruthxIsxInxThexMist
a reply to: reldra
Will she be allowed into the changing rooms?
originally posted by: the owlbear
Just what does a "quality control" coach do? Especially for special teams?
Then again as I remember Buffalo was always a VERY special team...
They spend all day multitasking, breaking down film up to five weeks in advance and analyzing data. They work all hours, in hotel lobbies, on airplanes and at their team's headquarters producing reports for their Head Coach. They do get to do some coaching though. The QC coaches often run the "Scout" team in practices. From their extensive film work and breaking down plays, the QCC can be a great help preparing their team because they know the tendencies of their opponents.
originally posted by: harvestdog
That's fitting. The game resembles more of a girl's sport nowadays compared to when I was growing up. Such a shame.
originally posted by: TonyS
a reply to: harvestdog
I kinda think the NFL's days are numbered.
Girlie men sports like soccer and badmitton will take over.