WSJ article on BB the mad scientist

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    WSJ article on BB the mad scientist

    Thought you Patriots fans would enjoy this:

    http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304419104579322564133750866?mg=reno64-wsj&url=http%3A%2F%2Fonline.wsj.com%2Farticle%2FSB10001424052702304419104579322564133750866.html

     
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    Thought you Patriots fans would enjoy this:

    http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702304419104579322564133750866?mg=reno64-wsj&url=http%3A%2F%2Fonline.wsj.com%2Farticle%2FSB10001424052702304419104579322564133750866.html

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    Great article.  As it noted he is one step ahead of all the other coaches.  Little things matter.  

     
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    "That's Bill for you," said Brandt, the former Cowboys executive. "He's ahead of the curve in about 99% of the things he does."

     

    Simply the greatest GM and coach who ever lived.

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    Funny, isn't it, how he can't control his QB? 

     
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    LOL!

     
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    Really nice read.  Apparently BB knows what he's doing after all.  Who'd a thunk it?

     

     
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    TFB12, gotta hand it to you.  You come up with some of the most off the wall and funny as he11 caricatures.

     
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    "That's Bill for you," said Brandt, the former Cowboys executive. "He's ahead of the curve in about 99% of the things he does."

     

    Simply the greatest GM and coach who ever lived.

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    That comment, and the whole article, is about coaching, not GMing, moron.

     
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    Really nice read.  Apparently BB knows what he's doing after all.  Who'd a thunk it?

     

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    Maybe even the many here who constantly bash his coaching agree with this article's complimentary nature regarding his coaching prowess.

     
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    tthis picture is from the article....  Yep Newyorkerdorks still want to make fun of Belichick ...lol.  Hee hee ,  laughing our way to another championship game , idiots...

     
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    "MAD" scientist...?    NOthing crazy about winning football games and making a boatload of money in the process....LOL.

     

     
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    "That's Bill for you," said Brandt, the former Cowboys executive. "He's ahead of the curve in about 99% of the things he does."

     

    Simply the greatest GM and coach who ever lived.

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    That comment, and the whole article, is about coaching, not GMing, moron.

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    Um.....  personnel acquisition is GMing last time I checked.

     
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    TFB12, gotta hand it to you.  You come up with some of the most off the wall and funny as he11 caricatures.

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    Haha, thanks!  I still like the Bill Belichick genius picture, LOL!

     

     
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    "That's Bill for you," said Brandt, the former Cowboys executive. "He's ahead of the curve in about 99% of the things he does."

     

    Simply the greatest GM and coach who ever lived.

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    That comment, and the whole article, is about coaching, not GMing, moron.

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    Um.....  personnel acquisition is GMing last time I checked.

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    Um..... it's about putting ringer body types on the practice squad to enhance practice preparation; hardly GM work in that. You had better check again. 

    Nice try though (not really).

     
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    "That's Bill for you," said Brandt, the former Cowboys executive. "He's ahead of the curve in about 99% of the things he does."

     

    Simply the greatest GM and coach who ever lived.

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    That comment, and the whole article, is about coaching, not GMing, moron.

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    So, in that 1%, you think Brandt is referending his GM work? LOL!!!

    Nice try, Babe.   Your jealousy and embarrassment rolled up into one is a delight for all real fans to see.

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    Ahhh, no, dopey. I don't think he is referring to GM work at all in any of the percents. The entire thing is about his coaching prowess. It praises his moves to enhance coaching, not team building. You are ever the imbecile.

     

     
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    "That's Bill for you," said Brandt, the former Cowboys executive. "He's ahead of the curve in about 99% of the things he does."

     

    Simply the greatest GM and coach who ever lived.

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    Funny, isn't it, how he can't control his QB? 

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    Oh, he can control em.  Welkie gone.  Woodhead. Gone. Moss in 2010. GONE.

    Oh yes. Yes he can.

     

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    According to your madman's theory; how many years did it take BB to finally control Brady?

    You make imbeciles look like Einsteins.

     
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    "That's Bill for you," said Brandt, the former Cowboys executive. "He's ahead of the curve in about 99% of the things he does."

     

    Simply the greatest GM and coach who ever lived.

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    That comment, and the whole article, is about coaching, not GMing, moron.

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    So, in that 1%, you think Brandt is referending his GM work? LOL!!!

    Nice try, Babe.   Your jealousy and embarrassment rolled up into one is a delight for all real fans to see.

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    Ahhh, no, dopey. I don't think he is referring to GM work at all in any of the percents. The entire thing is about his coaching prowess. It praises his moves to enhance coaching, not team building. You are ever the imbecile.

     

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    "of the things he does", dopey.

    T"hings". Not just as coach. As a leader, GM, teacher, cap scientist, ideology, etc, etc, etc.

    Yes. Been saying it for years. Well, well ahead.

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    DC=great HC =great GM=average


    with TB= amazing without TB= under .500

    no better teacher maybe ever than BB's mentor The Master Bill Parcells-compare coaching trees

     
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    cat

     

    this picture is from the article....  Yep Newyorkerdorks still want to make fun of Belichick ...lol.  Hee hee ,  laughing our way to another championship game , idiots...

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    not only does this jealousy -laden cartoon make fun of belichick but it ridicules the player on the practice squad making him look like a manipulated fool.   Nyorkerdorks are sadly clinging to their loserness while thinking they're so clever ,  Nothing else to do in that loser town apparently.....lol.

     

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