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Is Josh McDaniels the New England Patriots coach in waiting?

Let’s face it. Bill Belichick won’t be the head coach of the New England Patriots forever, no matter how much we may want him to be. Belichick is only 63 years old which isn’t that old in the NFL coaching hierarchy. He just won his fourth Super Bowl as a head coach and shows no signs of slowing down. AROUND COVER32 First and 10: Ten NFL showdowns destined to generate fireworks...
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Three games where the Bears are capable of pulling off the major upset

The Chicago Bears and their fans may not be expecting for major things in the Windy City in 2015. Though things are looking like another losing season early on, the Bears have more overall talent than you think. That being said, they’re also capable of beating some of the league’s elite teams next season. Here are some of their three toughest game where a Bears’ victory is...
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The five most memorable games of the Tom Brady-Bill Belichick Era

Have you ever just sat down and looked back at a game and just thought to yourself…”this is a game I will never forget.” It’s the type of game you see when you are young and that you just smile upon witnessing either a crazy even during the game or a crazy ending in general. A game where you can sit down proudly next to your children and give an awesome story of how the game...
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Three reasons why Tom Brady and Bill Belichick should retire together

Bill Belichick and Tom Brady will be forever linked in New England Patriots history. There is no denying that. You could certainly argue that neither one of them would be quite as successful individually as they have been together. AROUND COVER32 Five Things: Teams no one is talking about but should be Top 10: The NFL’s best defensive tackles All-AFC West Team 2015: Can anyone...
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Navy is going to allow Joe Cardona to play next season

In the fifth round of the 2015 NFL Draft, the New England Patriots drafted….a long snapper? Yup. Navy’s Joe Cardona was selected by coach Bill Belichick. Drafting a long snapper out of Navy in the fifth round, when you could in theory grab him in the seventh round or sign him as a UDFA, is the ultimate Belichick move. Belichick’s father, Steve Belichick, coached at Navy...
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'It's Good to be Gronk' memoir gives revealing look at Gronk

  If you want to have every assumption you ever made about Rob Gronkowski confirmed, then look no further than his upcoming book.   The New England Patriots tight end penned his memoir, “It’s Good to Be Gronk,” with agent Jason Rosenhaus, and it’s set to hit shelves on July 14. But the MMQB’s Robert Klemko provided the world with some excerpts on on...
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Bill Belichick Celebrates Super Bowl Win By Renaming Boat Six Rings

It was only a matter of time before Bill Belichick’s boat received a new paint job. Bill Belichick renamed and repainted his boat, according to the New England Patriots’ Twitter account. The boat formerly known as V Rings now goes by Six Rings. After his Super Bowl XLIX win, Belichick now has four titles as head coach of the Patriots and two as defensive coordinator with the...
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Bill Belichick At Patriots Ring Ceremony: ‘This Is A Damn Good Team’

Bill Belichick isn’t one to hand out a surplus of compliments. So, when the New England Patriots head coach told his Super Bowl XLIX champs they’re a “damn good football team,” he really meant it. “I’ll never be able to express in words how much I respect and appreciate everything you guys did, the sacrifices that you made,” Belichick said Sunday night at the team’s...
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Don Shula takes shot at Patriots over Deflategate

With the Miami Dolphins announcing on Saturday that they will celebrate their 50th season as a franchise this year, legendary head coach Don Shula felt it was appropriate to take another shot at the New England Patriots. Before the Deflategate scandal erupted, Shula infamously referred to Bill Belichick as “Beli-cheat.” He put the Pats in...Read More
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May 09, 2015  |  Discuss

John Legend catches Belichick checking out Chrissy Teigen

Bill Belichick has been busted for spying again, only this time he won’t be penalized by the NFL as a result. Belichick attended the White House Correspondents’ Dinner on Saturday and spent a few moments on the red carpet. SI swimsuit model Chrissy Teigen understandably caught his eye, and a photographer happened to snap the...Read More
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April 26, 2015  |  Discuss

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