... that his ideas have been dissected by other coaches and pundits since 2001. Other teams mimick what worked, and in many cases the main difference between the Pats and them is what we do wrong. A lot has changed since 2001. I think BB made situational football and the use of timeouts into an art, he brought a new level of professionalism to the sport, championed the versatile player, and he changed the way defense is played. But, now that many other teams have copied his best ideas, what do we have that they don't? Not much. That said, the one area where the Pats seem to do well is in their cap management and the accumulation of draft picks. BB should be GM, and he should find a new coach for the Pats -- one who represents a new generation of thinking.