Belichick On The Stand

With this Hernandez thing spinning out of control, imagine if Coach Belichick were called to the stand …

Lawyer: Mr. Belichick …
Bill Belichick: That’s “Coach Belichick”
L: Alright, Coach Belichick …
BB: Or just “Coach”. Or “Sir”.
L: Moving on, Coach Belichick, do you consider the defendant to be a good team mate?
BB: I only concern myself with players who are on the roster.
L: When he was on the roster, did you consider the defendant to be a good team mate?

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Fun With Belichick

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Bill Belichick, head coach of the New England Patriots, is notorious for his dry, fact-filled, yet information-less press conferences. I got to thinking today, what would “BB” sound like if he was answering the kinds of questions that, say, a political candidate might get. […]

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Fun With Belichick

Bill Belichick, head coach of the New England Patriots, is notorious for his dry, fact-filled, yet information-less press conferences. I got to thinking today, what would “BB” sound like if he was answering the kinds of questions that, say, a political candidate might get.

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Whoops, They Did It Again

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This was the year.

This was the year the Jets (or maybe Dolphins) would take back the AFC-East from the New England Patriots.

The Pats were rebuilding.

They had rookies at tight end. Moss was getting up there in years and you just needed to double-cover him to erase him from the game. Welker was coming off major knee surgery and couldn’t possibly be one-hundred percent. Brady looked less than sharp the season before.

They had the youngest defense in the league and couldn’t get off the field on third down, much less rush the passer.  […]

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Reflections on the Pats-Colts Game

The Patriots-Colts game yesterday was another classic match-up. But with a new, yet familiar, twist. Interceptions. Time was Belichick’s defense really got to Manning and he’d throw interceptions. The last few years the Pats were in “shoot-out” mode. Well, yesterday the Pats defense rose up (from a shockingly horrid fourth quarter performance) and won the game with an awesome looking interception by James Sanders. But that was the third INT for the game. It’s been a while since that happened.

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