Belichicks respect for players

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    Belichicks respect for players

    Watch while he is coaching on sidelines - he gets down on his knee while players sit on bench. Other coaches stand in front of players while talking to players. Kneeling in front of players is a sign of respect for them.

     
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    Re: Belichicks respect for players

    Standig or sitting BB coaches for 60 minutes. Win or lose no one game day coaches like BB.

     
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    McCourty hopefully got a game ball yesterday for his hustle on the opening kick off return that might have given Houston a different swagger had it resulted in a TD.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VKUSgHPm4E

    Perhaps some of you remember a great hustle play similar to McCourty's. It was in a loss and the interception was made by Champ Bailey. This is a highlight that I will never forget. Ben Watson was the Pat's tight end. Do you remember????

     
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    Re: Belichicks respect for players

    In response to MadMc44's comment:
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    McCourty hopefully got a game ball yesterday for his hustle on the opening kick off return that might have given Houston a different swagger had it resulted in a TD.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VKUSgHPm4E

    Perhaps some of you remember a great hustle play similar to McCourty's. It was in a loss and the interception was made by Champ Bailey. This is a highlight that I will never forget. Ben Watson was the Pat's tight end. Do you remember????

    [/QUOTE]


    Watson chase him most of the field and got him.

    McCourty's play on that kickoff was outstanding.

     

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