Who Said It: NFL Coach or Dictator?

Football coaches can sound a little scary, with their militaristic talk of marching down the field and annihilating the enemy. In fact, it can almost sound like listening to some kind of brutal dictator. Can you tell which quotes came from an NFL coach and which came from a dictator?

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"Those who live in the past are cowards and losers."
NFL Coach (Mike Ditka)
Dictator (Ho Chi Minh)
2 of 10
“The superior man blames himself. The inferior man blames others.”
NFL Coach (Don Shula)
Dictator (Josef Stalin)
3 of 10
"I myself consider myself the most powerful figure in the world."
NFL Coach (Buddy Ryan)
Dictator (Idi Amin)
4 of 10
“It's a little awkward for me to put on a partisan hat. But, with all the media hype, I feel compelled to tell you where I stand.”
NFL Coach (Joe Gibbs)
Dictator (Kim Jong-il)
5 of 10
“Nothing is more effective than sincere, accurate praise, and nothing is more lame than a cookie-cutter compliment.”
NFL Coach (Bill Walsh)
Dictator (Josef Stalin)
6 of 10
“Passivity is fatal to us. Our goal is to make the enemy passive.”
NFL Coach (Don Shula)
Dictator (Mao Zedong)
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“I have always felt like you really don't have a genuine confidence unless you demonstrate the ability to do something. You can talk about it, but you have to demonstrate it.”
NFL Coach (Bill Parcells)
Dictator (Napoleon Bonaparte)
8 of 10
“Everyone imposes his own system as far as his army can reach.”
NFL Coach (Herm Edwards)
Dictator (Josef Stalin)
9 of 10
“I regret and suffer those losses, but it's God's will. He will pardon me if I committed excesses, but I don't think I did.”
NFL Coach (Bill Walsh)
Dictator (Augusto Pinochet)
10 of 10
“An army marches on its stomach”
NFL Coach (Dennis Green)
Dictator (Napoleon Bonaparte)