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Bill Belichick may eventually end his career as the ultimate coach of his era.

During the last press conference before his New England Patriots vie for a Super Bowl against the surging Baltimore Ravens, Belichick stepped away from his usually stoic demeanor to display excitement for the road ahead.

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