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Subject: Re: Ivy league NFL analyst disses Belichik


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Al's Wingman
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Date Posted: 16:29:02 02/14/17 Tue
In reply to: Calvin 's message, "Ivy league NFL analyst disses Belichik" on 08:51:40 02/08/17 Wed

The Hoodie would be a much better role model if he was personable, humble and selfless. Those are qualities of great coaches. Being aloof, arrogant and vindictive paints his legacy as being an anti-social, selfish ass.

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Calvin
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Date Posted: 16:56:29 02/14/17 Tue

The fine for illegal videotaping doesn't help, either.

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Calvin
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Date Posted: 09:11:38 02/15/17 Wed

I think you have identified a personality trait that afflicts his QB, too. Not hard to see how one would rub off on the other.

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Calvin
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Date Posted: 09:14:08 02/15/17 Wed

This was intended a response to An Observer below.

I'm not narcissistic enough to merit a position in the current administration, no matter how many openings they have.

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An Observer
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Date Posted: 20:54:36 02/14/17 Tue

As I said in an earlier thread, I think it's beyond argument now that Belichick is the best coach in the history of the NFL. It was an open question for awhile but there's too much weight now resting on that side of the balance.

But as Al's Wingman said, he's got some kind of unscratchable itch. To him, it's not enough to be a fantastic coach and to be recognized as such. He's got to claim some kind of moral high ground in terms of work ethic and focus on football.

It was pathetic the way he led the chant of "No days off! No days off! No days off!" at the celebration parade. Yeah, yeah, we get it. You work really hard and you demand that all of your people work hard. But football coaches in general work ridiculous schedules and it's not even clear that other coaches don't work harder.

And his line complaining about winning the Super Bowl, "Now we're five weeks behind most of the other teams in this league." You're an ass--le, Bill. That's like the guy who buys a Ferrari and likes to complain to his neighbor, "I get terrible gas mileage."

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