Then take it.
Happy Birthday, Kyle Chandler. Coach Taylor forever in our hearts.
Clear eyes, full heart, can’t lose!
Happy Birthday to past Nominee and Actor® recipient Kyle Chandler! #sagawards
Happy birthday Kyle Chandler!
Let’s celebrate with a series of the greatest Coach Taylor quotes:
"I said you need to strive to be better than everyone else. I didn’t say you needed to be better than everyone else. But you gotta try. That’s what character is: It’s in the try."
"You listen to people that love you and you listen to people that you trust. Most of all, you listen to yourself."
"I’m a firm believer in you can do anything you put your mind to, and yourself, you, I believe you can do anything you put your mind to."
"Champions don’t give up. Champions don’t complain. Champions give 200 percent. You’re not champions until you’ve earned it."
"There are more important things than football."
"A man takes care of his wife."
"Women are to be respected."
"You can’t beat yourself up because you’re taking chances on things. But don’t start giving up on what you set forth to do in the beginning. ‘Cause that’s gonna get you nowhere. I can promise you that."
"My dad used to say, ‘It always looks bad before it gets better.’"
"I can tell you that your children and the mother of your children are the two most important things in life."
"Listen to your mother. You listen to her and you respect her."
"Success is not a goal, it’s a byproduct."
"Every man at some point in his life is gonna lose a battle. He’s gonna fight and he’s gonna lose. But what makes him a man, is that in the midst of that battle he does not lose himself."
Happy 49th Birthday, Kyle Chandler.
(17th of September)
Endless Amazing Scenes in Film
Super 8 (2011) - Jackson and Joe’s confrontation
get to know me meme : [3/5] favorite tv shows → Friday Night Lights
"Gentlemen, the time has come for me to move on. I will always remember the feeling of that hot breeze slapping my face as I walked onto the field on a hot Friday night in Texas… The sizzle of the hot dogs grilling up the concession stand… The smell of the grass… The vibrations from the bleachers as the crowd first roars… And all of your hopeful eyes shining out from underneath those helmets. And you will always be part of me. In my heart and my soul, you are my family. I ask only this of you: Wherever you go, whatever you do, remember this time. Remember this time, when together, we accomplished the impossible. I know wherever I go, whatever I do, I will take these memories with me. I will cherish these memories. Always."