A wet cool Fall: Should (Is) Belichick get(-ting) ahead...
of the other coaches?
I drove by the Jets training camp today on the way to Philly, and there was a torrential downpour going on in Cortland. I thought at once that cortland has no indoor practice facility.
It got me thinking: climatologists are predicting a very wet Fall because of El Nino and the ocean current/jet stream changes over the last year. It's going to be so wet that we're going to have 40% precipitation with lots of snow. Maybe send Ernie Adams down to talk to some climatologists? Prepare a short passing game?
After being in Buffalo last year during the 75mph wind game, we can be sure that Belichick would outcoach the pants off the opposing coach no matter the weather conditions. BB is a man who uses these variables to his advantage, because he prepares.
I would not want to be a season ticket holder this Fall. Cold and snow, I love it. Cool and wet, no thanks.
Re: A wet cool Fall: Should (Is) Belichick get(-ting) ahead...
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