Found December 08, 2011 on
In the past 20 years, it would be difficult to find two men who have contributed as much to the game of football as Mike Shanahan and Bill Belichick. They’re two of the more respected coaches in the game with five combined Super Bowls and a litany of accomplishments most can only dream of.
On Sunday these two iconic coaches will meet at FedEx Field to renew what was once an almost annual coaching matchup.
That was when Shanahan was with the Broncos. Now he’s the head man for the Redskins, preparing to square off against Belichick for the first time since 2008. Shanahan is winning their series with a 5-3 overall record, but with Washington struggling through a 4-8 season, New England is a heavy favorite to win.
However, that won’t take away from the fact that a pair of brilliant football minds will be roaming the sidelines on Sunday.
It’s been a turbulent beginning to the Shanahan era in Washington, as he’s gone 10-18 and made several key personnel mistakes. These shortcomings have l...
BEST OF MAXIM
Patriots coach Bill Belichick was in rare form this morning during his news conference. He was relaxed and funny, expansive and explanatory.
The topic of two-way players came up, and he offered an in-depth look at why players are put on offense or defense. It was pretty funny, too.
(Check out this video of his interview)
“Let’s put it this way,” Belichick said, only beginning...
When the Washington Redskins welcome the New England Patriots to FedEx Field on Sunday, Coach Mike Shanahan will face Bill Belichick, with whom he has a rather long history.
Shanahan and Belichick have faced off both as coordinators – Shanahan offensive and Belichick defensive – in the 1980s and as head coaches in the last decade, and during that time, the two have developed...
Time to ask Bill Belichick things he doesn't want to hear. It got nasty.
"So Bill, with this easy schedule you...
“PATRIOTS DEFENSE: THE NEW NO-NAMES – BEN REITER
Bill Belichick has built a Patriots defense...
Tom Brady and Bill Belichick made small talk with Peyton Manning before the Pats-Colts game last week.
Football Outsiders continues to grind upon the Patriots weak defense:
Aaron Schatz: The Patriots nearly managed to blow a 31-3 lead in the fourth quarter. When the Colts made it 31-17, that seemed like a cute backdoor cover. When they made it 31-24 with 40 seconds left, that probably gave Bill Belichick heartburn. The Pats recovered the onside kick and held on for the win, but this...
The Patriots head to Washington - where the team hasn't won in the Bill Belichick era - with a chance to improve to 10-3 and possibly clinch the AFC East.
Every Patriots fan wants to get an inside look at the Patriots and how they operate on a day-to-day basis. There are the occasional features on the NFL Network with NFL Films, like “A Football Life: Bill Belichick” a few months ago, but no access to the everyday football operations. Michael Holley, co-host of WEEI’s Big Show came out with his newest book “War Room”, giving...
PROVIDENCE - We're headed into Week 14, and Bill Belichick is still playing mix and match with his defense, particularly...
(Rubera writes for The Spop)
Last Week: 9-6 / Overall: 95-87-4 / Best Bets: 19-15-3 / Monday Night: 7-7 / Against Cincy: 3-8-1
Indianapolis @ Baltimore -16.5
This final score will look a lot like the end of the third quarter of the Pats/Colts game last week before Bill Belichick joked around and put his offensive players on defense just to see what would...