Just makes you feel good. http://www.sportingnews.com/yourturn/viewtopic.php?t=191407 Belichick has thought of everything Posted: March 27, 2007 Dan Pompei For Sporting News What Patriots coach Bill Belichick does probably better than anyone in the history of organized football is prepare for every contingency. Nothing escapes him. He anticipates the thoughts and moves of every opponent. Whether it's studying draft prospects, finding an opponent's weakness, deciding how to best use a player or figuring how to handle a delicate situation, Belichick makes preparation an art form. Unlike many of his peers, he's not a programmed thinker. There is no form he follows. His game plans are as unpredictable as his wardrobe is predictable. Belichick has a way of bringing out the best in those around him, whether it's a sixth-round quarterback nobody else thought much of or a young front office assistant who shows a spark. And there's something else that makes Belichick stand apart. While others marvel at how much he knows, Belichick concentrates on knowing more. His goal is to learn something every day. He logs his experiences and thoughts on a computer by event and references them to avoiding repeating mistakes. Clearly, whatever he's doing is working pretty well.