BB the best coach

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    I really think it's Bill and everybody else...the guy is in a league of his own. I think Shanahan is pretty good too. Coughlin has been pretty good over the years as well.

     
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    That line about "game management gaffe" in the AFC title game is a joke. BB is supposed to help Brady ran his own 2 minute offense now, too?

    Unreal.

    Brady should have thrown it away.  That's ridiculous.  Also, Hernandez should have gotten out of bounds a play or two before that one, too. At some point, the players have to be held accountable and not every single thing that goes wrong is on the coach.

    This is kind of what I mean about the media.  They can't just say anything positive, it has to be some kind of a backhanded compliment, if there even is one.

    Unbelievable.

     




     

    What is so unreal or unbelievable?

    That's funny Rusty. The article is clearly giving Belichick top honors. It's laughable when you look at all comers, whether other forum Members, other Teams, Coaches and nit pick. Yeah, you look at everyone and everything under a microscope but look at Belichick with a telescope, He is never to be held accountable by you, for game management (prep and motivation, like Coughlan) situational football (Hern get Out of Bounds or else), playing Gronk in a SB that could'nt reach for another free beer if his life depended on it (Did BB slap Gronk for taking the field?), a defensive genious, many pizz poor assistant Coaches, etal; nothing.

    I like Bellichick alot but not when I witness many wrinkles in Game management, motivation of Players, situational football deficiencies, TO at the wrong time, not to mention many other things. Your so positive it's all about BB in cap management and nothing to do with Jonathan Kraft or Nick Cassserio? I thank Nick for taking control of our drafts the past 3-4 years, like BB said himself " Gee, I never realized after trading up twice that we still had our 2nd round pick".

    Hmmm.... Still, I'd take Belichick over the rest of them but improvement is in order.

    Keep up your good work ..;-)

     

     
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    That line about "game management gaffe" in the AFC title game is a joke. BB is supposed to help Brady ran his own 2 minute offense now, too?

    Unreal.

    Brady should have thrown it away.  That's ridiculous.  Also, Hernandez should have gotten out of bounds a play or two before that one, too. At some point, the players have to be held accountable and not every single thing that goes wrong is on the coach.

    This is kind of what I mean about the media.  They can't just say anything positive, it has to be some kind of a backhanded compliment, if there even is one.

    Unbelievable.

    What is so unreal or unbelievable?

    That's funny Rusty. The article is clearly giving Belichick top honors. It's laughable when you look at all comers, whether other forum Members, other Teams, Coaches and nit pick. Yeah, you look at everyone and everything under a microscope but look at Belichick with a telescope, He is never to be held accountable by you, for game management (prep and motivation, like Coughlan) situational football (Hern get Out of Bounds or else), playing Gronk in a SB that could'nt reach for another free beer if his life depended on it (Did BB slap Gronk for taking the field?), a defensive genious, many pizz poor assistant Coaches, etal; nothing.

    I like Bellichick alot but not when I witness many wrinkles in Game management, motivation of Players, situational football deficiencies, TO at the wrong time, not to mention many other things. Your so positive it's all about BB in cap management and nothing to do with Jonathan Kraft or Nick Cassserio? I thank Nick for taking control of our drafts the past 3-4 years, like BB said himself " Gee, I never realized after trading up twice that we still had our 2nd round pick".

    Hmmm.... Still, I'd take Belichick over the rest of them but improvement is in order.

    Keep up your good work ..;-)


    Caserio took over BB's drafts? Dude, please. Caserio is an administrator like Pioli was. Ask Piioli who called the shots when BB was here.

    Reese ran the numbers. He was a great hire by BB/Kraft as much as Caserio a great find and someone who has clearly replaced Pioli very well, but neither Pioli nor Caserio were/are the GM.

    Caserio is being groomed and they'll need to pay him correctly to keep him without question, but to insinuate Caserio's promotion in this organization means he's the GM, is absolutely embarrassing for you.

    I will agree that since BB got people in here to help how he likes to have the infrastrructure in the front office, after losing Dimitrioff and Pioli in back to back years, he had to have good people around him in that area.

    Caserio is clearly very intelligent and will be a target for other teams, but he's not the GM here.

    He's an administrator, which basically means he's a liaison between BB and the scouts.

    He also may have taken over some of Reese's role, which is why Reese moved on.  BB has wisely and slowly brough him along.

    One thing I noticed recently on this Sound FX show on NFLN is that Caserio sits up top during games where BB will talk to him and ask questions about stuff looking for answers, with Caserio researching.

    Learn something new everyday.

     

     

    Good one Russ. I'm Not embassed at all because if you 'technically' want to look at who the Real GM is with the Pats, just go to the Patriots home page and you can see that the 'official GM position' is not filled. That does not say that BB does not control some/most GM functions which I'm sure he does. How about the other things I mentioned?

    Don't be concerned too much, You still have friends here, Someone sent me a message saying that "Rusty was not fit to even sleep with the pigs" but I defended you by saying " He certainly is fit" LOL, I laugh at my own jokes .... That's the diff between Jay Leno and Jimmy Fallon.

    Take it easy "Red Devil', Only you and I, know what that really means, it's all good....;-)

    Take it easy on the boys with the negative salutations and be reasonably positive. Although I agree that, there are differences between "Good Sh!ts' and Just being a plain Good Sh!t with comments. Learn from your elders Son because even you can " Learn something new everyday".

    Most here are smart too and we know already and can figure it all out by ourselves. Keep up your good work.

     

     
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    I think the list is very accurate.

     
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    good list

     
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    Umm, enjoy the weed you have and whatever other drink you do have. Wish I was there. lol



    Haha ... you can be fun Rusty ..... one of your favvy sayings to others ... Classic Backpeddle, NO?

    Nope, I don't drink anymore, just a glass of Hungarian Wine once in awhile and no smokes, ever.

    You should learn to laugh with us and not at us. Not too late Rusty. Another of your favvies ... you got slapped, bludgeoned .....  Like I said we need more laughs around here, thanks for the entertainment you provide for all. But watch it, or else I'll take off my belt again, or else I'll order a good case of Babe Parilli on you, now that is intoxicating.

    There must be a Community college near you, where you can take a few Social Science classes.

    Anyway as usual have a good night ....;-)

     

     
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    List is in just about the right order in my opinion.

     
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    Umm, enjoy the weed you have and whatever other drink you do have. Wish I was there. lol

     



    Haha ... you can be fun Rusty ..... one of your favvy sayings to others ... Classic Backpeddle, NO?

     

    Nope, I don't drink anymore, just a glass of Hungarian Wine once in awhile and no smokes, ever.

    You should learn to laugh with us and not at us. Not too late Rusty. Another of your favvies ... you got slapped, bludgeoned .....  Like I said we need more laughs around here, thanks for the entertainment you provide for all. But watch it, or else I'll take off my belt again, or else I'll order a good case of Babe Parilli on you, now that is intoxicating.

    There must be a Community college near you, where you can take a few Social Science classes.

    Anyway as usual have a good night ....;-)

     

     




    If you're laughing from a board, you should probably get out more yourself.  No offense, but you can't even spell backpedal correctly and then look to lecture about what is funny and what isn't.

     

    Also, Hungarian wine? WWI ended a long time ago. Go ahead and spend the $14 on a bottle of some nice Gruner, even if it's from Austria. lol

    "Hungarian wine"? lol

    I know no one who takes on "Hungarian wine" probably because it doesn't exist or isn't a wine worth enjoying for serious wine drinkers, but you enjoy, dude.

    lol



    Actually, Tokaji is a pretty famous dessert wine from Hungary.  

     
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    Let it go Russ. For Pete's sake, he tops the list! 

    Its called ultimate accountability...that is what happens when your the general. Yes, it's on individual players as well, but the buck stops with bb. Nothing to quibble about here.

     
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    Strahan said they hated coughlin.  Hated him so much they had a team meeting.  I'm more inclined to believe the locker room is the motivator. I just can't see Eli giving a motivational speech though. 

     
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    Actually, Tokaji is a pretty famous dessert wine from Hungary.  



    Thanks prolate, that's it, Suitable for Kings and Queens as it was its' original intent. We Messianic Jews serve it at Jewish feasts and Christian Holydays. Actually I lied to Rusty, because I enjoy a Thompson cigar on occasions.

     

     

     
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    Strange thing about Coaches, any sport, is that very few who have played the game at a superior level, make excellent Coaches. Rare the exceptions.

     
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    Actually, Tokaji is a pretty famous dessert wine from Hungary.  

     



    Thanks prolate, that's it, Suitable for Kings and Queens as it was its' original intent. We Messianic Jews serve it at Jewish feasts and Christian Holydays. Actually I lied to Rusty, because I enjoy a Thompson cigar on occasions.

     

     

     



    Cool . . . I didn't realize it was the drink of Messianic Judaism. I've only had it once, but liked it.  I like Sauternes too, which are the French equivalent.  

     
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