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    we know BB is not part of the coaches association. does anyone know why he is not?

     
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    Because he is trolling the NFL?  The same reason he posted Brady with a shoulder injury for years and wears the hoodie.  Maybe he just thinks it's funny that all the Madden games have to say "NE Coach".

     
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    Because he is trolling the NFL?  The same reason he posted Brady with a shoulder injury for years and wears the hoodie.  Maybe he just thinks it's funny that all the Madden games have to say "NE Coach".

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    actually in the new Madden's they call him "Chris Masters" so damn funny..

     
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    actually in the new Madden's they call him "Chris Masters" so damn funny..



    lol wut?

     
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    Hes a genius and doesn't care about that stuff.. Cool guy.

     
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    Probably because he sees it as pointless which it is. As for the injury report....he has fun with ti because he sees it for what it is. A phony publicity stunt designed to give the media something to blather about midweek. He doesn't think he should have to tell the opposing team the health of his players before the game roster is submitted.

     
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    Probably because he sees it as pointless which it is. As for the injury report....he has fun with ti because he sees it for what it is. A phony publicity stunt designed to give the media something to blather about midweek. He doesn't think he should have to tell the opposing team the health of his players before the game roster is submitted.

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    do you remember how livid BB was when the Falcons played games with Vick and the injury report, with Schaub lighting the Pats up for 28 points? (Pats winning anyways)

     
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    Probably because he sees it as pointless which it is. As for the injury report....he has fun with ti because he sees it for what it is. A phony publicity stunt designed to give the media something to blather about midweek. He doesn't think he should have to tell the opposing team the health of his players before the game roster is submitted.

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    do you remember how livid BB was when the Falcons played games with Vick and the injury report, with Schaub lighting the Pats up for 28 points? (Pats winning anyways)

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    Actually I don't remember. Brady's lifetime shoulder injury is more of a league joke than an actual attempt at deception anyway. BB's thing is that there shouldn't be a midweek injury report at all. You and your opponent find out when the game roster is submitted. Once submitted it cannot be changed so there's no room to screw around.

    Injuries not resulting in a player sitting the game out can be discovered during the game or pregame warmups by the opposition's coaching staff and adjustments made during the game. That way it's more of a chess match between the coaching staffs.

     
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    lol wut?

     

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    yes. I dont know what year it changed to that. maybe Madden 11 or 12. anyway, I have 13 and in the legacy (or franchise mode) his name is "Chris Masters" lol

     
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    Probably because he sees it as pointless which it is. As for the injury report....he has fun with ti because he sees it for what it is. A phony publicity stunt designed to give the media something to blather about midweek. He doesn't think he should have to tell the opposing team the health of his players before the game roster is submitted.

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    do you remember how livid BB was when the Falcons played games with Vick and the injury report, with Schaub lighting the Pats up for 28 points? (Pats winning anyways)

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    Actually I don't remember. Brady's lifetime shoulder injury is more of a league joke than an actual attempt at deception anyway. BB's thing is that there shouldn't be a midweek injury report at all. You and your opponent find out when the game roster is submitted. Once submitted it cannot be changed so there's no room to screw around.

    Injuries not resulting in a player sitting the game out can be discovered during the game or pregame warmups by the opposition's coaching staff and adjustments made during the game. That way it's more of a chess match between the coaching staffs.

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    understand thats BB's thing...but the NFL also has a thing, and they want their coaches to abide by their things...seems kind of odd that 31 coaches can abide by the NFL thing, and 31 coaches can be part of the coaches association...I am onloy asking why 1 coach can't? Any knowledge on why?

     
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    Probably because he sees it as pointless which it is. As for the injury report....he has fun with ti because he sees it for what it is. A phony publicity stunt designed to give the media something to blather about midweek. He doesn't think he should have to tell the opposing team the health of his players before the game roster is submitted.

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    do you remember how livid BB was when the Falcons played games with Vick and the injury report, with Schaub lighting the Pats up for 28 points? (Pats winning anyways)

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    Actually I don't remember. Brady's lifetime shoulder injury is more of a league joke than an actual attempt at deception anyway. BB's thing is that there shouldn't be a midweek injury report at all. You and your opponent find out when the game roster is submitted. Once submitted it cannot be changed so there's no room to screw around.

    Injuries not resulting in a player sitting the game out can be discovered during the game or pregame warmups by the opposition's coaching staff and adjustments made during the game. That way it's more of a chess match between the coaching staffs.

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    understand thats BB's thing...but the NFL also has a thing, and they want their coaches to abide by their things...seems kind of odd that 31 coaches can abide by the NFL thing, and 31 coaches can be part of the coaches association...I am onloy asking why 1 coach can't? Any knowledge on why?

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    No and I won't even offer any conjecture. Whatever BB's reasons are they are his own personal reasons. His membership or nonmembership has nothing to do with coaching the Pats so I could care less just as I don't care what his politics are, what kind of car he drives or what woman he drives.

    Since you asked I did google the question. All the articles basically say the same thing. He doesn't give a rats arrse about marketing.

    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/bill-belichick-coaching-contrarian-plan-053500501--nfl.html

     
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    Aspergers

     
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    Probably because he sees it as pointless which it is. As for the injury report....he has fun with ti because he sees it for what it is. A phony publicity stunt designed to give the media something to blather about midweek. He doesn't think he should have to tell the opposing team the health of his players before the game roster is submitted.

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    do you remember how livid BB was when the Falcons played games with Vick and the injury report, with Schaub lighting the Pats up for 28 points? (Pats winning anyways)

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    Actually I don't remember. Brady's lifetime shoulder injury is more of a league joke than an actual attempt at deception anyway. BB's thing is that there shouldn't be a midweek injury report at all. You and your opponent find out when the game roster is submitted. Once submitted it cannot be changed so there's no room to screw around.

    Injuries not resulting in a player sitting the game out can be discovered during the game or pregame warmups by the opposition's coaching staff and adjustments made during the game. That way it's more of a chess match between the coaching staffs.

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    understand thats BB's thing...but the NFL also has a thing, and they want their coaches to abide by their things...seems kind of odd that 31 coaches can abide by the NFL thing, and 31 coaches can be part of the coaches association...I am onloy asking why 1 coach can't? Any knowledge on why?

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    Right.

    could it be because he is currently the only coach/GM in the league?

     
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    Probably because he sees it as pointless which it is. As for the injury report....he has fun with ti because he sees it for what it is. A phony publicity stunt designed to give the media something to blather about midweek. He doesn't think he should have to tell the opposing team the health of his players before the game roster is submitted.

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    do you remember how livid BB was when the Falcons played games with Vick and the injury report, with Schaub lighting the Pats up for 28 points? (Pats winning anyways)

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    Actually I don't remember. Brady's lifetime shoulder injury is more of a league joke than an actual attempt at deception anyway. BB's thing is that there shouldn't be a midweek injury report at all. You and your opponent find out when the game roster is submitted. Once submitted it cannot be changed so there's no room to screw around.

    Injuries not resulting in a player sitting the game out can be discovered during the game or pregame warmups by the opposition's coaching staff and adjustments made during the game. That way it's more of a chess match between the coaching staffs.

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    understand thats BB's thing...but the NFL also has a thing, and they want their coaches to abide by their things...seems kind of odd that 31 coaches can abide by the NFL thing, and 31 coaches can be part of the coaches association...I am onloy asking why 1 coach can't? Any knowledge on why?

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    No and I won't even offer any conjecture. Whatever BB's reasons are they are his own personal reasons. His membership or nonmembership has nothing to do with coaching the Pats so I could care less just as I don't care what his politics are, what kind of car he drives or what woman he drives.

    Since you asked I did google the question. All the articles basically say the same thing. He doesn't give a rats arrse about marketing.

    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/bill-belichick-coaching-contrarian-plan-053500501--nfl.html

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    that marketing will grow the cba agreemrnt to the players to $140M next year..with coaching salaries to follow accordingly

     
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    Probably because he sees it as pointless which it is. As for the injury report....he has fun with ti because he sees it for what it is. A phony publicity stunt designed to give the media something to blather about midweek. He doesn't think he should have to tell the opposing team the health of his players before the game roster is submitted.

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    do you remember how livid BB was when the Falcons played games with Vick and the injury report, with Schaub lighting the Pats up for 28 points? (Pats winning anyways)

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    Actually I don't remember. Brady's lifetime shoulder injury is more of a league joke than an actual attempt at deception anyway. BB's thing is that there shouldn't be a midweek injury report at all. You and your opponent find out when the game roster is submitted. Once submitted it cannot be changed so there's no room to screw around.

    Injuries not resulting in a player sitting the game out can be discovered during the game or pregame warmups by the opposition's coaching staff and adjustments made during the game. That way it's more of a chess match between the coaching staffs.

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    understand thats BB's thing...but the NFL also has a thing, and they want their coaches to abide by their things...seems kind of odd that 31 coaches can abide by the NFL thing, and 31 coaches can be part of the coaches association...I am onloy asking why 1 coach can't? Any knowledge on why?

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    No and I won't even offer any conjecture. Whatever BB's reasons are they are his own personal reasons. His membership or nonmembership has nothing to do with coaching the Pats so I could care less just as I don't care what his politics are, what kind of car he drives or what woman he drives.

    Since you asked I did google the question. All the articles basically say the same thing. He doesn't give a rats arrse about marketing.

    http://sports.yahoo.com/news/bill-belichick-coaching-contrarian-plan-053500501--nfl.html

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    I believe is he currently the only coach/GM combo in the league. GM trumps coach, as he would be in the GM photo...lol

     
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    A number of other coaches have picked up BB's habit of declaring players by the dozen to be "questionable".  Nobody at the NFL head office will ever second-guess a "questionable" injury as opposed to "doubtful" or "out", and it forces the opponent to prepare for that player whether he plays or not.

    It's not a game for the media.  It's a game for the opponent.

     
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    NFL head coaches.

    No one says FU like BB

     
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    Nice to see Brady not pandering to Mad Ave like Manning and BB telling Goodell where to stick his ASSociations...............

    Deal with it sheep!!!!!

     
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    Probably because he sees it as pointless which it is. As for the injury report....he has fun with ti because he sees it for what it is. A phony publicity stunt designed to give the media something to blather about midweek. He doesn't think he should have to tell the opposing team the health of his players before the game roster is submitted.

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    do you remember how livid BB was when the Falcons played games with Vick and the injury report, with Schaub lighting the Pats up for 28 points? (Pats winning anyways)

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    You realize he was livid because a couple of years before, he was threatened with fines and draft pick forfieture because he did something similar yet the Falcons weren't threatened at all with anything.

     
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    Probably because he sees it as pointless which it is. As for the injury report....he has fun with ti because he sees it for what it is. A phony publicity stunt designed to give the media something to blather about midweek. He doesn't think he should have to tell the opposing team the health of his players before the game roster is submitted.

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    do you remember how livid BB was when the Falcons played games with Vick and the injury report, with Schaub lighting the Pats up for 28 points? (Pats winning anyways)

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    Actually I don't remember. Brady's lifetime shoulder injury is more of a league joke than an actual attempt at deception anyway. BB's thing is that there shouldn't be a midweek injury report at all. You and your opponent find out when the game roster is submitted. Once submitted it cannot be changed so there's no room to screw around.

    Injuries not resulting in a player sitting the game out can be discovered during the game or pregame warmups by the opposition's coaching staff and adjustments made during the game. That way it's more of a chess match between the coaching staffs.

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    understand thats BB's thing...but the NFL also has a thing, and they want their coaches to abide by their things...seems kind of odd that 31 coaches can abide by the NFL thing, and 31 coaches can be part of the coaches association...I am onloy asking why 1 coach can't? Any knowledge on why?

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    Because this is the good ole US of A and being a member of an association is a voluntary thing and since BB doesn't want to be a member of it, he doesn't have to be. So the answer on why is because he doesn't want to be a member.

     
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    Kraft must be really proud since he's a real non-conformist himself.  Heck we all know he cares little about his or the NFL's image.

     
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    Probably because he sees it as pointless which it is. As for the injury report....he has fun with ti because he sees it for what it is. A phony publicity stunt designed to give the media something to blather about midweek. He doesn't think he should have to tell the opposing team the health of his players before the game roster is submitted.

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    do you remember how livid BB was when the Falcons played games with Vick and the injury report, with Schaub lighting the Pats up for 28 points? (Pats winning anyways)

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    Actually I don't remember. Brady's lifetime shoulder injury is more of a league joke than an actual attempt at deception anyway. BB's thing is that there shouldn't be a midweek injury report at all. You and your opponent find out when the game roster is submitted. Once submitted it cannot be changed so there's no room to screw around.

    Injuries not resulting in a player sitting the game out can be discovered during the game or pregame warmups by the opposition's coaching staff and adjustments made during the game. That way it's more of a chess match between the coaching staffs.

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    understand thats BB's thing...but the NFL also has a thing, and they want their coaches to abide by their things...seems kind of odd that 31 coaches can abide by the NFL thing, and 31 coaches can be part of the coaches association...I am onloy asking why 1 coach can't? Any knowledge on why?

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    Because BB doesn't care about you, or your buddies in the media....which are the only people who care he isn't in the coaches association. 

    He cares about winning, and building a contender every year.  Which he has done as well as any man in NFL history.

     
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    Kraft must be really proud since he's a real non-conformist himself.  Heck we all know he cares little about his or the NFL's image.

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    Keep fighting the good fight tcal. One day somebody might listen to you?

     
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    Yt

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    NFL head coaches.

    No one says FU like BB

     


    this actually makes some kind of cool or iconoclastic statement to you? To me it makes him look like a jerk

     

     
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    Probably because he sees it as pointless which it is. As for the injury report....he has fun with ti because he sees it for what it is. A phony publicity stunt designed to give the media something to blather about midweek. He doesn't think he should have to tell the opposing team the health of his players before the game roster is submitted.

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    do you remember how livid BB was when the Falcons played games with Vick and the injury report, with Schaub lighting the Pats up for 28 points? (Pats winning anyways)

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    Actually I don't remember. Brady's lifetime shoulder injury is more of a league joke than an actual attempt at deception anyway. BB's thing is that there shouldn't be a midweek injury report at all. You and your opponent find out when the game roster is submitted. Once submitted it cannot be changed so there's no room to screw around.

    Injuries not resulting in a player sitting the game out can be discovered during the game or pregame warmups by the opposition's coaching staff and adjustments made during the game. That way it's more of a chess match between the coaching staffs.

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    understand thats BB's thing...but the NFL also has a thing, and they want their coaches to abide by their things...seems kind of odd that 31 coaches can abide by the NFL thing, and 31 coaches can be part of the coaches association...I am onloy asking why 1 coach can't? Any knowledge on why?

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    Because BB doesn't care about you, or your buddies in the media....which are the only people who care he isn't in the coaches association. 

    He cares about winning, and building a contender every year.  Which he has done as well as any man in NFL history.

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    are you SURE you're not Rusty?

     
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