Urban Meyer Says Coaching In The NFL Is Like Playing Alabama Every Week

Urban Meyer (Credit: Screenshot/Twitter Video https://twitter.com/RobbySnyder/status/1440750207239479307)

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Urban Meyer is starting to learn that there isn’t much disparity between the talent on NFL rosters.

In a video tweeted Thursday by @RobbySnyder, Meyer told Broncos head coach Vic Fangio before their game last Sunday that coaching in the NFL is like playing Alabama every week. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Meyer also said there are “a lot of good players in this league.”

I don’t know what Meyer was expecting, but he should have known that every single roster in the NFL is loaded with great players.

After all, every single guy is a pro and the vast majority of them were the best players on their college teams.

The difference between a bad NFL team and a good NFL team is really only a couple players and coaching. In terms of talent, they’re all pretty close.

Unfortunately for Meyer, he’s learning that the hard way because the Jaguars got cooked by a bad Texans team and an average at best Denver squad.

Things are off to a very rough start in Jacksonville for the three-time national champion.


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Is it time to panic? No, but feeling like you’re playing Alabama week in and week out is a good sign that you’re starting to realize the gravity of your situation.