Don't worry about it. It's just a bunch of guys with an odd-shaped ball. Bill Parcell
I'm trying to keep my own house from burning down. I can't worry about someone else's house.
The media dwells mostly on negativity.
If you have fun, fine. It's not all life and death. Bill Parcell
You get too old to lose. When you were a young guy, you bounced back from losses.
Anybody who watched football last year knows they're good. But that represents a very good opportunity for us. It really does. I think somehow, if we're able to pull that off, I think it will go a long way for our confidence. I look at it as a great opportunity, and hopefully we'll be at our best wh
I have a lot of great friends in football. The game was great to me. And I've been able to do other things in television and enjoy that, meeting those people.
Hey fellas! This is what you work all off season for. This is why you lift all them weights! This is why you do all that!
You can't dream up confidence. Confidence is born of demonstrated ability.
Success is never final, but failure can be.
I'm not a bus-station kind of guy, but there are a few players here I'm not sure want to be here. They've got a brook-trout kind of look.
I'm energized, determined and I look forward to being part of the community here in Dallas. I know what station football occupies on all levels in the state of Texas.
He's really a likable kid, and I think deep down in his heart, he does like this game very much. It's important to him, not just for economic reasons,
Knowledge is confidence. And confidence lets you play fast.
In the end, I've found, people like the direct approach. It's much more valuable to them to have a leader who's absolutely clear and open than to have one who soft-soaps or talks in circles.
Don't ever let good enough be good enough.
I'm a little superstitious. Bill Parc
If I have affected someone in a positive way, that means a lot to me. Bill Parcell
There are two things in New York, euphoria and disaster.
I had an Italian mother. She didn't view what I was doing as really a profession. She viewed it as recreation. I said, "Gee Mom, I'm going to be the head coach of the New York Giants." And she said to me, "When are you going to get a real job like your brother the banker?"
I've had a long standing relationship with Gatorade, and they've been very, very good to me. And I believe in their products; I really do.
My job is to call attention to the things that I think are the difference between winning and losing. If I can't do that then I have failed as a coach.
I don't like celebrity quarterbacks. We don't need those. We need battlefield commanders.
Individuals play the game, but teams win championships.
Some guys are just very, very interested in their sport and their predecessors. I know I was a guy like that when I was a young coach. I wanted to know about George Halas, I wanted to know about Jim Lee Howell, guys you don't even know. I wanted to know what they were like. So I read whatever I coul
Concentration-wise, we're having trouble crossing the line mentally from a toughness standpoint.
He's a better player than when I had him. He really knows how to play now, ... When I had him, he was just a kid. He was just young and eager, but he wasn't anywhere near as technically precise as he is now. ... He's a very powerful person.
Winning coaches look for opportunities to praise. Anything that reflects a commitment to the team is praiseworthy
You are what you are.
So if the players trust the coach, it's not a problem. If the players don't trust the coach, it is a problem, and vice versa.