There seems to have been an increase in the number of people posting that the strength and conditioning coach is the problem of the injuries of this team. Mike Woicik has the most superbowl rings of any NFL coach, 6, and has been named S & C coach of the year '92 with Dallas and '04 with the Pats. Pat Kirwin has a take on him and a few others who he calls unsung heroes. http://www.nfl.com/news/story/9890931 Dec. 25, 2006) -- It's the holiday season and we are all supposed to take a little time to appreciate all we have and recognize those who go unnoticed all year long. What better time to apply the holiday season spirit to the Unsung Heroes and mention a group of men that absolutely go unnoticed all year long? No NFL team would be without a strength and conditioning staff to handle the players on a year-round basis. These men are listed on the coaching staff, but they never coach a position or call a play. Think of them as the people who make playing the game possible. A strength and conditioning coach doesn't have one position to worry about or one side of the ball to be responsible for. He has all 53 players, the practice squad and in many cases all of the players on injured reserve to worry about. The NFL motto is "your body is your business," and that makes the strength and conditioning coach your business manager.... Mike Woicik, New England Patriots. Woicik developed his reputation at Syracuse University before moving to pro football. After 16 quiet years in the NFL, it is time to shine the spotlight on a very important member of the Patriots. Whether it's keeping some of the older players up and running, or making a few guys faster, it can be said that New England has a competitive advantage with Woicik. He is assisted by Harold Nash.