Herm Edwards Haunting Brandon Flowers

Former Kansas City Chiefs head coach and current ESPN analyst, Herm Edwards, appears to be haunting the brain of CB Brandon Flowers.

There is a lot going on in the NFL world today. Former New England Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez (released earlier today) has been arrested and charged with first-degree murder. Meanwhile, a rookie undrafted free agent recently signed by the Cleveland Browns has been charged with attempted murder.

Flowers is clearly monitoring all the goings-on and he surely has an opinion about them. But he isn’t going to comment.

Because the ghost of Herm Edwards lives in his brain.


Herm is notorious for his soundbites.

A couple of years back, Herm spoke to a group of incoming NFL rookies so he could relay some of his pearls of wisdom. Herm is a big believer that you play to win the game, you only need one house, one care and one gold chain and of course, that nothing good happens after midnight.

Check out some of Herm’s wisdom below.

Does the Ghost of Herm Edwards still haunt any of your brains?

Herm Speech

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  • Bosco Cletus

    Don’t press SEEEEND! I saw him say that also. lol

  • Darkwolf1414

    Herm may have been a terrible head coach but he sure as hell could judge DB talent! Most of his philosophies made sense, too. The only problem was his way of “playing to win the game” was playing not to lose. Playing to win and playing not to lose are 2 different things.

    • http://www.arrowheadaddict.com Patrick Allen

      Guys like Herm and Mike Singletary are terrific men and motivators. I think it is great they approach life with such fervor and passion. But not everyone is a strategist and I think that most of all is what separates guys like Herm, Romeo and Singletary from guys like Belichick.

  • Stacy D. Smith

    If nothing else, he was an excellent leader of men. Glad he still has that influence over players still with the organization.

    • Bosco Cletus

      I still allude to the fact that he made several great draft choices in his tenure in KC too.

      • Stacy D. Smith

        No doubt about that.

  • [email protected]

    What is the success rate of former NFL players turned Head coach???Ditka to me was the most successful as a strategist/coach

    • berttheclock

      I really believe you should peruse the overall record of one Tom Landry which includes leading the Cowboys to two SB wins and 5 NFC Championships. Or, Chuck Noll, who played six years for the Browns and led Pittsburgh to 4 SB wins. Ditka did have his moment as a HC for the Bears, but, look at his terrible trade decision and HCing for the Saints.

      • [email protected]

        good examples i’m only 32 so that was all before my time

  • micah stephenson

    You dont need the Mr. T starter kit!!!

  • Jacob Crouse

    I loved Herm Edwards offense. Run, Run, Draw, Punt.