When you think about Belichick the first thing that come to mind are all the attributes and coaching skills he has, but the thing that I really like most about him is he doesnâ€™t indulge in the nonsense and egotistical behaviors like the upper echelon coaches of the past â€“ Bill Parcells, Jimmy Johnson, Mike Ditka, Mike Shanahan and others who go in and out of retirement and leave the organizations they work for in a state of uncertainty at the end of each season in order to hear how badly they are wanted, blah, blah ego stoking nonsense. Belichick is here every year, I hardly if ever here him discuss himself and I have never seen him stand at a podium and say â€śI am going to relax and think things over for a few weeksâ€ť basically he doesnâ€™t do a Brett Favre, he isnâ€™t above the big picture in his mind. That is why players come here for less money; that is why we have consistency and continuity in our organization which allows us to overcome endless adversity. I have a 3 year old son and if I could point to one man and say that is a guy that sees things through and does what he came to do it would Belichick, in my mind it is not a question whether Belichick is the best coach in NFL history, or even if he is the best coach in the history of all 4 of the major pro sports in the United States (I donâ€™t know much about outside of the US) that in my mind is a decisive yes, I wonder if the guy is mortal. Since 2000 when the Patriots hired Belichick the other 31 teams have used 136 different head coaches and interim head coaches, an average of 4.4 per team over 14 seasons. That number is going to grow by at least 6 this offseason and likely more. CHART: Number Of Coaches Hired By NFL Teams Since Bill Belichick Was Hired Is Disturbing - Business Insider The Patriots ownership, organization, players and us fan are all very fortunate to have Belichick in New England.