Saturday, January 27, 2007

Bill Belichick on the Pats

Today's Boston Globe has a fantastic, wide-ranging, state-of-the-team-type Mike Reiss interview with Bill Belichick. If you are a Patriots fan (and you know you should be) you'll realize that this may be the most open that Coach Belichick has ever been and there is lots of fascinating insight about the team, the future, and this past season.

6 comments:

cujo said...

I have it on good authority that Bill Belichick lets his dogs defecate on his neighbors lawn.

dcat said...

I don't care if Belichick defecates on his neighbor's lawn. In Bill We Trust.

dcat

Anonymous said...

Interesting you should say that dcat, I have it on good authority that Belichick does indeed defecate in public places and, afterward, likes to roll around in it. My goodness,what a loon.

dcat said...

Maybe so, but he's our loon and we love him.

dcat

Anonymous said...

Even though cujo and anonymous (above) are obviously just pulling dcat's chain, they may be on to something. Given the Ted Johnson situation it would seem that good ol'coach Bill makes others roll around in it too.

dcat said...

I would argue that the Johnson story is far from evidence of anything other than an NFL culture in which guys want to play at all costs, training staffs want to get them on the field at all costs, and coaches want them on the field at all costs. there is nothing unique to the Pats on this issue.

dcat