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Dave White’s Reactionary … Something – New England Patriots, NFL Bizarro World, And Seattle Mariners

The fighting Bill Belichicks got their heads handed to them by the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football However, we won’t bury the Patriots until the janitors have finished cleaning up the stadium and the lights are turned off. It is mainly due to the presence of one Tom Brady. He plays quarterback for the Patriots.  In fact, such is the skill level of Mr. Brady that I...
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The top five dynasties in NFL history

Sponsored by the Ford Motor Company Parity has taken a heavy grip on today’s NFL, and we’re nearing the point where our definition of a dynasty needs to be altered. But there was a time when dynasties roamed the league. Dating back to the ‘60s, each decade has been owned by one team. Here are the five greatest dynasties in league history. 5. New England Patriots (2001-2011...
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The top five dynasties in NFL history

Sponsored by the Ford Motor Company Parity has taken a heavy grip on today’s NFL, and we’re nearing the point where our definition of a dynasty needs to be altered. But there was a time when dynasties roamed the league. Dating back to the ‘60s, each decade has been owned by one team. Here are the five greatest dynasties in league history. 5. New England Patriots (2001-2011...
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Rex Ryan mocked Belichick's 'On to Cincinnati' presser with his own 'On to San Diego' opening

That douchejuice Bill Belichick's Cincinnati presser? Rex Ryan opened his press conference by mocking Bill. 'On to San Diego...'Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return Home
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Here's that douchejuice Bill Belichick's 'on to Cincinnati' presser

Bill Belichick 'on to Cincinnati' press conference.Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return Home
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Is the Seattle Seahawks Week 5 tilt with Washington a top game to watch?

The first weekend of October means that the NFL season is in full swing, with haves and have-nots starting to emerge. That reality helps set up each week’s slate, providing an insight on what is a great match-up and what’s a game that should be skipped. Already, it’s possible to foresee what games look like they’ll have meaning later in the year and which ones won’t. October...
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Arizona Cardinals tilt with Denver deemed top Week 5 NFL game

The first weekend of October means that the NFL season is in full swing, with haves and have-nots starting to emerge. That reality helps set up each week’s slate, providing an insight on what is a great match-up and what’s a game that should be skipped. Already, it’s possible to foresee what games look like they’ll have meaning later in the year and which ones won’t. October...
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Baltimore Ravens tilt with Indy deemed top Week 5 NFL game

The first weekend of October means that the NFL season is in full swing, with haves and have-nots starting to emerge. That reality helps set up each week’s slate, providing an insight on what is a great match-up and what’s a game that should be skipped. Already, it’s possible to foresee what games look like they’ll have meaning later in the year and which ones won’t. October...
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Dallas Cowboys tilt with Houston deemed top Week 5 NFL game

The first weekend of October means that the NFL season is in full swing, with haves and have-nots starting to emerge. That reality helps set up each week’s slate, providing an insight on what is a great match-up and what’s a game that should be skipped. Already, it’s possible to foresee what games look like they’ll have meaning later in the year and which ones won’t. October...
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Houston Texans tilt with Dallas deemed top Week 5 NFL game

The first weekend of October means that the NFL season is in full swing, with haves and have-nots starting to emerge. That reality helps set up each week’s slate, providing an insight on what is a great match-up and what’s a game that should be skipped. Already, it’s possible to foresee what games look like they’ll have meaning later in the year and which ones won’t. October...
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San Francisco 49ers tilt with KC deemed top Week 5 NFL game

The first weekend of October means that the NFL season is in full swing, with haves and have-nots starting to emerge. That reality helps set up each week’s slate, providing an insight on what is a great match-up and what’s a game that should be skipped. Already, it’s possible to foresee what games look like they’ll have meaning later in the year and which ones won’t. October...
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Kansas City Chiefs tilt with San Francisco deemed top Week 5 NFL game

The first weekend of October means that the NFL season is in full swing, with haves and have-nots starting to emerge. That reality helps set up each week’s slate, providing an insight on what is a great match-up and what’s a game that should be skipped. Already, it’s possible to foresee what games look like they’ll have meaning later in the year and which ones won’t. October...
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Cincinnati Bengals tilt with New England deemed top Week 5 NFL game

The first weekend of October means that the NFL season is in full swing, with haves and have-nots starting to emerge. That reality helps set up each week’s slate, providing an insight on what is a great match-up and what’s a game that should be skipped. Already, it’s possible to foresee what games look like they’ll have meaning later in the year and which ones won’t. October...
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New England Patriots tilt with Cincinnati deemed top Week 5 NFL game

The first weekend of October means that the NFL season is in full swing, with haves and have-nots starting to emerge. That reality helps set up each week’s slate, providing an insight on what is a great match-up and what’s a game that should be skipped. Already, it’s possible to foresee what games look like they’ll have meaning later in the year and which ones won’t. October...
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Patriots Bill Belichick: “on to Cincinnati,” Apparently

The Patriots head coach does not give up too much information when he talks with the media. After the 41-14 thumping on Monday night, by the Kansas City Chiefs, Belichick was in no mood to reminisce on the blowout loss.  
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Bill Belichick moves on quickly, so Cincinnati's on his mind

Bill Belichick rarely ceases to fascinate with his poetic verse at his meetings with the media. We know how much the man often adorned in a hoodie just loves the banter with reporters covering the team. And after a loss, the mood is just all the more wonderful. So, what happens when you have Belichick media availability following a primetime thrashing and sitting of a legendary quarterback...
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Bill Belichick has only four words for you: “We’re on to Cincinnati”

The New England press made a valiant effort to grab, pull and tear even the smallest reaction to the Chiefs debacle out of Bill Belichick, but, in the end, the Belichick wall was just too strong. Some really noble attempts by my colleagues to get something out of Belichick #OnToCincinnati pic.twitter.com/dyLnnni6gK — Ben Volin (@BenVolin) October 1, 2014 I guess it’s on to Cincinnati...
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Bill Belichick’s ‘On To Cincinnati’ Quote Spawns Amusing Twitter Meme

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick out-Belichicked himself during his news conference at Gillette Stadium on Wednesday as he stubbornly insisted on answering all reporters’ questions with the phrase “We’re on to Cincinnati,” after his team’s blow-out loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night. Belichick clearly had no desire to dwell on the past, and his...
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Bill Belichick Has a “Both Teams Played Hard” Presser

For some reason I imagine Belichick answering these questions in Drake’s “Just hold on, we going home” voice. Some really noble attempts by my colleagues to get something out of Belichick #OnToCincinnati pic.twitter.com/dyLnnni6gK — Ben Volin (@BenVolin) October 1, 2014 H/T Next Impulse Sports
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Bill Belichick Was In Rare Form During A Wednesday Press Conference

In some perverse way, I wonder if everyone, including Bill Belichick and the reporters who... Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Belichick repeats moving 'on to Cincinnati' during presser

Bill Belichick has become one of the most curmudgeonly, no-nonsense and guarded head coaches in NFL history, especially as it relates to his interactions with the media. Belichick is incredibly stodgy during press conferences, never willing to give an inch, adamantly uninterested in plying the press with worthy or interesting sound bytes. Instead, the New […] The post Repeat much...
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Bill Belichick is unusually forthcoming to the press about Tom Brady

PSYCHE!!! Check out this exchange between Bill Belichick and Patriots reporters, as tweeted out by Ben Volin of the Boston Globe.  This is what I like to call sticking to the narrative… Some really noble attempts by my colleagues to get something out of Belichick #OnToCincinnati pic.twitter.com/dyLnnni6gK — Ben Volin (@BenVolin) October 1, 2014 I don’t know about you, but...
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Tom Brady critical of Patriots offense, has not “played well for a long time”

Monday’s 27 point loss to the Kansas City Chiefs was the New England Patriots second largest defeat under Bill Belichick. Like many of his teammates, Tom Brady under-performed in Monday’s game. Speaking during his weekly interview with WEEI 93.7 FM, Brady said that “I don’t think we’ve played well for a long time.” The quarterback continued pointing out statistics which...
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Kraft on Monday's game: One of the worst games since I've owned the team

Photo from The Boston GlobeMonday night's game against the Kansas City Chiefs was one of the worst in the Kraft Era, or so says Bob Kraft himself according to a video on CSNNE. Kraft acknowledged that this was a bad game and it was probably one of the worst under head Coach Bill Belichick. He also mentioned Matthew Slater was "out of this world," but for the most part...
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Tom Brady rips Pats offense, downplays not high-fiving Jimmy Garoppolo after TD

Tom Brady was the perfect symbol of frustration as he sat on the bench after being sent there by New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick once Monday’s 41-14 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs got out of hand. Saying that there is “no magic play, there’s no magic scheme,” to right an offense that […] The post Tom Brady rips Pats offense, downplays not high-fiving Jimmy...
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