Bill Belichick

23 Jan 19
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23 Jan 19
Bengals Wire

The Cincinnati Bengals have not been on the league’s brightest stage near as often as New England Patriots’ quarterback Tom Brady.

23 Jan 19
WGEH

Their record had fallen to 9-5. They were coming off consecutive December losses and had dropped three of their last five games. The Patriots didn’t look like playoff contenders, let alone a Super Bowl team. Playing on Wild-Card Weekend for the first time in a decade seemed likely. Only, it was then a light turned […]

23 Jan 19
Heavy.com

The New England Patriots are slight favorites over the Los Angeles Rams in the Super Bowl after opening as slight underdogs.

23 Jan 19
The Rookie Scouting Portfolio (RSP)

Matt Waldman shares his reaction to the news that Wednesday’s Senior Bowl practice will be closed to the media.  When Senior Bowl Director Jim Nagy held his introductory press conference for the event on Monday night, he prepped the media for the likelihood that rain and thunderstorms would force the staff to move the event […]

23 Jan 19
NESN.com

[nesn_embed service=dailymotion src=”https://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/x713yvc” width=”480″ height=”270″] By now you know the New England Patriots are headed to their third straight Super Bowl, and along the way you’ve probably seen some highlights of their celebration after winning the AFC Championship. But the team on Tuesday shared their inside look at the locker room celebration after beating the […]

23 Jan 19
NYDaily.nyc

The future of the Patriots is still unknown but here’s a friendly reminder that Brady and Belichick love each other

23 Jan 19
NYDaily.nyc

One of the big storylines in Super Bowl LIII will be Bill Belichick vs. Sean McVay — the old coaching mastermind vs. the new.

23 Jan 19
The Wild shamrock

Many people are probably still in shock after what they saw on Sunday. Two NFL championships that went into overtime. Two nail biter games that came close to drawing blood, biting all the way down to the nubs of the fingers. Two calls, one from each game, could have landed the two home teams in […]

23 Jan 19
Boston Herald
In two playoff victories that secured them a third straight trip to the Super Bowl, the Patriots exploded for 78 points and 1,022 yards. Josh McDaniels has found the right balance with Tom Brady throwing for more than 300 yards in each contest and Sony Michel rushing for more than 100 yards in his first two postseason games. As he gets ready for his fifth Super Bowl as Pats offensive coordinator and with ample time to prepare for the Rams, McDaniels will have to strike a balance between keeping his unit playing like it has for the last couple weeks while not overpreparing to the point where players are thinking too much and becoming slow on the field. “There’s really only one other situation that you can compare this week to, and that’s even a stretch to say that, and that’s the first game of the year where you have so much time to prepare for the opponent but you’re not really sure what they’re going to do,” McDaniels said on a conference call yesterday. “This one, same thing, you’ve got a lot of time to prepare for them, but you’ve got to be careful because you start getting into over-coaching and too much information and you overload the players. Now we’re not playing fast and aggressive, we’re thinking and trying to do too many things that are out of character or not in our nature.” He admitted that having so many players who have been through the situation before certainly has its benefits, notably Brady who will be starting in his record ninth Super Bowl. The hope is that past experiences preparing for the game help make the preparation seem routine and that it leads to a quality performance. “Obviously, Tom has experience in this situation. We have a lot of players that have experience in this situation as well, so that doesn’t really much matter this week,” McDaniels said. “What matters is how well we prepare this week for this opponent who’s the best team we’ve played all year — what we’re able to do in 12 days out there on the field in terms of performance. That’s what we’re going to strive for and hopefully we have a great two weeks of preparation and go out and play our best game of the year.” Stopping run key The Patriots defensive line has put together a solid showing in the playoffs, creating pressure against both Philip Rivers and Patrick Mahomes while also shutting down the run game of both the Chargers and Chiefs. Stopping the run will be of the utmost importance in Super Bowl LIII as the Rams will be the most balanced of the three teams the Pats face in the postseason. Even though he played poorly and was essentially benched in Sunday’s NFC Championship Game victory over the Saints, Todd Gurley rushed for 1,251 yards during the regular season despite missing two games and added nearly 600 yards receiving. He also added 115 yards in the playoff win over Dallas. C.J. Anderson has given the Rams serious depth in the backfield since signing on Dec. 18. Cut by Carolina and Oakland, Anderson filled in for Gurley and had 299 rushing yards and two touchdowns in the Rams’ last two regular-season games and went for 123 yards and two TDs against the Cowboys. “The running game is definitely something that they’re very good at and they’ve been able to effectively run the football pretty consistently over the course of the year,” said Patriots defensive line coach Brendan Daly. “They’ve got explosive playmakers at the skill positions where they’ve generated some big plays, and most importantly they’ve been able to move the ball and get the ball in the end zone.” One of the big reasons Gurley has eight 100-yard games and Anderson has three has been the play of their offensive line, a unit considered to be among the best run blockers in the league led by left tackle Andrew Whitworth. “They do a great job of utilizing the movement of the defenders and displacing them to create some running lanes,” Daly said. “You’ve got to play with really good technique and really good hand placement and pad level against this group, in the run game specifically.” Laser show The NFL is looking into a report that someone flashed a laser at Brady during Sunday’s game. A videographer for KMBC-TV in Kansas City captured what appears to be a green light shining around Brady’s face midway through the fourth quarter. “Right now we’re really focused on getting ready for the Rams, so that’s what I’m working on,” Bill Belichick said when asked about the incident.
23 Jan 19
Chicago Independent Film Critics Circle

(Image: oscars.com) Leave it to the annual early morning Oscar nominations to always find a way to rock our worlds. Earlier this morning, Kumail Nanjiani and Traci Ellis Ross read off the names and films looking to win some hardware on the host-less 91st Academy Awards airing on February 24th. Let’s take a look at […]

23 Jan 19
Life Takes

Yeah, I said it. Everyone wants to hate on the Pro Bowl. Yeah, it has its faults, but its still better than the rest. For one, timing. It’s at the end of the season. Every other league’s all star game is in the middle of the season. Makes little to no sense. Why would you […]

23 Jan 19
Fox Sports Radio

RJ Bell and the guys ponder what Bill Belichick will take away from the Rams. source https://foxsportsradio.iheart.com/content/2019-01-22-what-will-belichick-take-away/