(Photo : Matthew Stockman/Getty Images) BOULDER, COLORADO – Head coach Deion Sanders of the Colorado Buffaloes walks on the sector throughout pregame in opposition to the Stanford Cardinal at Folsom Field.
Colorado Buffaloes coach Deion Sanders continues to make headlines even with the Buffs’ surprising loss of their final recreation in opposition to the Stanford Cardinal final weekend. With his success, the chatter as of late is probably seeing the 56-year-old coach taking his act to the NFL.
It ought to be famous that Sanders had already sounded off about being content material dealing with the Colorado soccer program. However, he could possibly be tapped to take over the top teaching chores for the spiraling Denver Broncos, per NFL odds by way of Bovada.
For that to occur, the Broncos must hearth present head coach Sean Payton. Denver has not precisely been rolling this NFL season below his watch, a purpose why pundits see him probably getting sacked in some unspecified time in the future. The Denver Broncos are at the moment toting a 1-5 win-loss card.
So far, Sanders is supportive of Payton regardless of his struggles. He is maintaining the religion within the 59-year-old Broncos coach, one thing he pressured again in September by way of SI.com.
“Hey, leave my guy alone. Leave my guy alone,” Sanders mentioned. “I love the Broncos. I love their coach, and Sean Payton’s my guy. He’s going to get it right, I promise you that.”
Regardless, the massive query is, what would it not take to persuade Coach Prime to succeed Payton?
How can Coach Prime take over the Broncos?
It could take a lot cash and help for Broncos administration to make that occur. Sanders has confirmed he can rebuild and charismatically handle a soccer group. However, whereas he was capable of do it on the school stage, it stays to be seen if he can do it within the professional ranks.
One downside seen is how he’ll deal with NFL gamers receiving fats salaries. Things are totally different on the NFL stage, and Sanders did admit that he would have issues motivating this sort of gamers, NBC Sports reported.
“At the next level, some of these guys make so much money they can’t hear. They can’t hear or they can’t see the things that they need to see and hear. I would have a hard time motivating a man that makes upwards of 20 and 30 and sometimes 40 million dollars to go out there and do your job. I got a problem with that,” Sanders identified.
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