Every good football coach must be adaptable. One of the most important parts of the job is learning how to identify the needs of the team and how to responsibly fill them. Football rosters constantly change due to injuries, free agency, and the NFL Draft. It requires a stable group of leaders to successfully guide a team through those transitions.
Our Super Bowl-winning Indianapolis Colts team had to do that in 2005 when Pro Bowl safety Bob Sanders was injured most of the regular season. The coaching staff had to create as much stability as possible to keep the team on track and reach our goals.