Over the last 10 seasons, Bill Belichick‘s New England Patriots have drafted 15 players who have been named to the Associated Press All-Pro team, the very best in the NFL according to a breakdown by The Plain Dealer. Last place with only two All-Pros, the team that fired Belichick in 1995, the Cleveland Browns.
When Patriots head coach Bill Belichick looks back on his team’s run to Super Bowl XLVI, he doesn’t hesitate when asked when his team proved to him it was mentally tough.
There are numerous examples of teams being accused of faking injuries to slow down the no-huddle offense. Here’s just a few.
NFL Network’s “A Football Life,” a comprehensive lifting of the veil on Bill Belichick‘s decorated NFL career, provides rare access to a coach and organization that has long thrived on keeping a lid on their affairs.
Some people don’t look too far in the past, and they know Bill Belichick only as a three-time Super Bowl championship coach with the Patriots. But things haven’t always been peachy keen in Belichick’s career.
Funny guy that Bill Belichick is.
Head coach Bill Belichick speaks to the AFC squad during practice on Friday.
Bill Belichick’s reputation as a curmudgeon with the media precedes him. But here at the Pro Bowl he jokes around with Chris Johnson, Ray Lewis and Reggie Wayne at practice on Wednesday.
Posted: Sunday, January 16th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Bill Belichick, Bill Belichick, Marshall Faulk, Michael Irvin, New England Patriots, NFL GameDay Morning, Rich Eisen, Steve Mariucci, Warren Sapp
Is Bill Belichick the best NFL coach of all-time? NFL Network’s Michael Irvin thinks so.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick has been seen as sort of a villain for leaving his starters in too long, running up the score, and cruelty to a sweatshirt. But the man is a fantasy hero.
I credit Bill Belichick for rebuilding the Patriots defense on the fly, but the unit just isn’t good enough right now. I’ve said it before, but the Patriots just don’t play a championship-caliber defense.