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Greg Schiano Continues To Embarrass Himself

So it appears that Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano has his own philosophy on how to handle victory formations.

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After his team blew up Eli Manning in the final moments of their Week 2 loss to the Giants, they did it again to Tony Romo and the Cowboys on Sunday.

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Before we get into how tacky and unprofessional Schiano's ploy is or how it creates a completely unnecessary injury risk to his players, there's one point that merits repeating: why would any coach have a philosophy about how to handle victory formations?

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Who goes into a game expecting to lose? And who wants to be remembered for how they handle getting beaten?

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Nick Saban was a college coach who tried his luck in the NFL. He didn't try to re-write the book on QB kneel downs, probably because he generally won games in college.

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If he keeps this up, the only thing Schiano is going to be remembered for is the way in which he lost games.

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