Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by gomezcat, Mar 15, 2006.
Is it now clear that he is losing his grip or is he still the genius who won 3 Superbowls?
That would be no "cat". He's cheap and it would cost too much to replace him in free agency.
No, simply allow him to complete his rookie contract and then let him walk when the organization decides anyone can work in the system...
Is this a joke?
Apologies. I did the post and then added the poll, which might give it a little context.
BTW, I have another theory as to why he hasn't signed anyone. He has been playing Madden. Of course, in Madden, draft comes before FA. He will only realise his mistake when it is too late. AAAAGH!
Gomez, I've lost a lot of respect for you as a poster. Please tell me you are joking, or trying to prove the point that people are over-reacting.
Erm, you are familiar with British culture and its notorious humour, aren't you? Well, you are now!
I guess I am not that familiar with British culture and its notorious humour. Is it like being out of your mind?
If they let Vinatieri go over chump change, I'll switch allegiances to one of the local teams. Let's see, 49ers or Raiders...
Yes, but much, much worse. Think of Monty Python, the Office and other comedies of that ilk. I was trying to make the point that people really are over-reacting to what is going on.
Bloody hell, that WOULD be drastic. Take a deep breath.
BB should be given a 20 year contract extension. :rocker:
Having said that, every Fan has the right to express his opinion if they do not agree with a particular decision, even he is not perfect. Some of you guys fawn on him like a Viagra junkie at a Centerfold.
I know. And you're right.
I've read everything about the Pats, and I think BB is a once in a generation type coach. I understand his philosophy, and admire his toughness to make the right decisions (ala 'Profiles in Courage', but sports style) even though people will hate him and make him unpopular.
Twenty years from now, we'll be talking about him like people talk about Paul Brown, Red Auerbach, Bill Walsh, etc etc.
Yep, he will go down in history. I think the thing for which he will be most famous is making football a team game again, shunning "me first" superstars, not to mention re-introducing the 3-4 as the popular defence for the NFL.
was Einstein ever fired after discovering the Theory of Relativity of Winning Multiple Superbowls?
Nice one Gomez. Belichick started the team introductions in the Superbowl. I don't think that tradition will ever go away.
anyone who voted yes is an idiot
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