Wednesday, October 18th, 2017

16 Inspirational Quotes by Baby Boomer Tony Dungy

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tony dungy 16 Inspirational Quotes by Baby Boomer Tony Dungy“I am a firm believer that the Lord sometimes has to short-circuit even our best plans for our benefit.”

Watch Tony Dungy sharing “Why I Am Second”.

“You do not win on emotion. You win on execution.”

“It’s about the journey–mine and yours–and the lives we can touch, the legacy we can leave, and the world we can change for the better.”

“Things will go wrong at times. You can’t always control your attitude, approach, and response. You options are to complain or to look ahead and figure out how to make the situation better”

“No excuses. No explanations.”

“The first step toward creating an improved future is developing the ability to envision it. VISION will ignite the fire of passion that fuels our commitment to do WHATEVER IT TAKES to achieve excellence. Only VISION allows us to transform dreams of greatness into the reality of achievement through human action. VISION has no boundaries and knows no limits. Our VISION is what we become in life. ”

“And one game, as we know, can cost you a lot.”

“God does have much, much more in store for us than just this life.”

“I have always considered myself, as a Christian, to be a role model for Christ.”


“I talk to our players about life and situations and doing the right thing all the time.”

I think the great thing about sports is you have ups and downs. You don’t go undefeated, you don’t win every game”

“We need to be able to win games like this, … If you’re going to win a championship, you have to win games that go any kind of way.”

“It’s about the journey–mine and yours–and the lives we can touch, the legacy we can leave, and the world we can change for the better.”

“You should never be defined by what you do, by the things you have; you’ve got to define yourself by who you are and who you impact and how you impact people,”

“We do play on Sundays, but if we play the right way, carry ourselves the right way and honor God with our lives, we can impact people for Christ that would never hear about Him in a normal “church service.”

“That’s one of the things I really try to talk to our team about; that you are in a situation as National Football League Players where you enjoy some tremendous blessings. You also have some things that come along that most of society doesn.t have to face. You.ve got those temptations. You.ve got the chance to go astray. And how are you going to handle it? And really try to talk to them about the pitfalls of fame and fortune; and talking to them is what the Bible has to say about that and how to manage your life in a way that not only is going to please God but it.s going to be helpful to you.”

~Tony Dungy

Thanks to Boycott Liberalism for many of the above quotes.

Anthony Kevin “Tony” Dungy (born October 6, 1955) in Jackson, Michigan is a former professional American football player and coach in the National Football League. Dungy was head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1996 to 2001, and head coach of the Indianapolis Colts from 2002 to 2008.

He became the first African-American head coach to win the Super Bowl when his Colts defeated the Chicago Bears on February 4, 2007. On December 18, 2008 after securing his tenth straight playoff appearance with a win against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Dungy set a new NFL record for consecutive playoff appearances by a head coach.

Dungy’s career has included several notable firsts. Among them, Dungy is the first NFL head coach to defeat all 32 NFL teams. He was also the youngest assistant coach at age 25 and the youngest coordinator at age 28 in NFL history.

Dungy also became the sixth man to play in a Super Bowl and be the head coach of a Super Bowl team. He joins Dan Reeves, Sam Wyche, Mike Ditka, Forrest Gregg and Tom Flores. After the win in Super Bowl XLI, Dungy became the third man to win Super Bowls both as a player and a head coach, following Ditka and Flores.


Trivia:Dungy is the only NFL player since the AFL-NFL merger to intercept a pass and throw an interception in the same game. Dungy was the emergency quarterback for the Pittsburgh Steelers in a 1977 game against the Houston Oilers when both Terry Bradshaw and Mike Kruczek went down with injuries on October 30, 1977.


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