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Belichick's cold demeanor keeps Patriots hot - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
Spygate mention about 3 sentences in? Nice.
Um, it was 3 years ago. Move ON, media.
Yeah... It's getting annoying. The Denver situation didn't help either
The media will never move on as long as Roger Jokedell is in charge.
sigh, another mediot that tries to write a column about a Belichick press conference using his lack of answers as the theme......
Ugh. And the Belichick is cold and unfeeling storyline. Aren't we tired of that now? And don't we know that it's not true. Well we know anyway.
yeah when i posted it, i also felt the same thing but some quotes from sanders make it interesting. Its like a backhanded compliment to the pats with same old theory of BB
...and we're the only ones that matter. Which player was it who said something along the lines of being in the club (fans included) or out of it, and not caring about the opinions of the latter?
You're right we are the only ones who matter. But it still annoys me when reporters take the easy way out just do a little research. I just watch Patriots All Access and they showed BB grabbing Tedy Bruschi and saying, "I love you man." Cold and unfeeling? smh
this article is foolish for a number of reasons. First as everyone else here has noted, Spygate is ancient history.
Second, BB is cold only to the media, not to the players...note, how at the end of the article the mediot notes a "strange thing" happened when BB got into the locker room...
but, thirdly, this:
A lot has been made in recent weeks about the failures of his assistants as head coaches, leading to speculation that he is not truly a great developer of genius as some of his contemporaries.
I mean, this is beyond stupid... Where is being a "great developer of genius" on the job description list? And, which of his comtemporaries can claim success in this department. And, as much as I love BB, calling any football coach a "genius" really diminshes the ture meaning of that word, as I thnk BB would be the first to admit.
If Belichick's proteges had been more successful, media would be saying BB isn't great, he just hires great staff.
That's why I thought Lombardi's NFLN article was so interesting. His take was that owners want to emulate BB's success by hiring his staff but don't have the patience to implement the system.
They will never stop..Bears fans are already posting about possible cheating by Bill ... what else is new, I wonder?
i have to admit, that made me loled.
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