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  • "Bill Bellichick knows something" Huh?

    Peter King mentioned it in his column and I heard a few other people who were picking the Pats say it too.

    Any ideas what they could be referring to or is this just a way to stir up debate?

    Ringing in the 2012 season!

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    Re: "Bill Bellichick knows something" Huh?

    Its all the same BS.. "Brady can't play two bad games in a row" "BB is a genius, no way he loses to a team twice in the Super Bowl or twice in the season for that matter" blah blah no substantial analysis on anything just going with history

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    • #3
      Re: "Bill Bellichick knows something" Huh?

      B.B. may know something - that wouldn't surprise me. But I would be surprised if Tom Coughlin doesn't know something as well.

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      • #4
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        I think Bill's biggest tactical surprise is Gronkowski. Watch him sit the first half and take the shot at halftime.

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        • #5
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          Peter Kind has his head up Bill's rear end

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          • #6
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            Yea, "Bill Bellichick knows something" He knows he's going to Lose !

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            • #7
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              Has anyone notice that Bellichick has been smiling a lot lately

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              • #8
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                [quote user="Cloud57"]Has anyone notice that Bellichick has been smiling a lot lately[/quote]So has Coughlin.

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                • #9
                  Re: "Bill Bellichick knows something" Huh?

                  [quote user="BigBlue2010"]I think Bill's biggest tactical surprise is Gronkowski. Watch him sit the first half and take the shot at halftime.[/quote]

                  Lol

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                    Re: "Bill Bellichick knows something" Huh?

                    [*-)]Now how doesBellichick know something?[8-)] Hmmmmmmmm[I]ahhhhhhh haaaaaaaaaaaa!

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                    • #11
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                      Of course BB knows something. He knows that TC knows he knows something!

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                      • #12
                        Re: "Bill Bellichick knows something" Huh?

                        Must not know something too important, since Peter King picked the Giants to win . . . .

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                        • #13
                          Re: "Bill Bellichick knows something" Huh?

                          I'm a little sick and tired of hearing how Belichick is some kind of mystical, mythical figure in possession of some esoteric knowledge that no one else has.. He's a great football coach. He's not a magician. He can't "will" something to happen on the field that won't otherwise happen. Oh, and he cheats when he can, so there's that.

                          Tom Coughlin is also a great football coach. Oh, and he's got the better team, so there's that.


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                          • #14
                            Re: "Bill Bellichick knows something" Huh?

                            Got a link to the Peter King column you're referring to? It may make more sense if we can read it.

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                              [quote user="krygny"]I'm a little sick and tired of hearing how Belichick is some kind of mystical, mythical figure in possession of some esoteric knowledge that no one else has.. He's a great football coach. He's not a magician. He can't "will" something to happen on the field that won't otherwise happen. Oh, and he cheats when he can, so there's that.

                              Tom Coughlin is also a great football coach. Oh, and he's got the better team, so there's that.

                              [/quote]




                              He wasn't so mythical when he lost to us in the SB, lost home playoff games in 2009 and 2010,went for it on 4th and 2 against the Colts, signed Albert Haynesworth, signed Chad Johnson, came within a pubic hair of losing to the Ravens. . . . .he is a very good coach, but he is not unbeatable . . . ..

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