The narrative of the 2013 New York Jets turned on a series of five defensive plays Sunday.
There, there....don't worry, our big paydays are coming...
Someday, Tom I'll figure out a way to beat you...
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The Patriots were represented by DB Devin McCourty instead. Belichick did, however, speak at the podium later on.
"There's something to be said about being gracious in defeat," Sharpe said on the air, as per USA Today. "We've seen the New England Patriots five times in the last 12 years be victorious. And we've seen the opposing coaches that lost come out and speak to our Steve Tasker. Coach Cowher did it when they lost. We saw this last week (after New England defeated Houston)....Bill Belichick makes it very easy for you to root against the Patriots. You can't be a poor sport all the time. You're not going to win every time. And he does this every time he loses. It is unacceptable."
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That's right?it's time for a blast from the TJB past, the long-awaited return of The Top 10!
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The Daily News Live crew debates whether another Super Bowl win will restore Bill Belichick's intimidating reputation.
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This latest chapter has the Giants and Belichick crossing paths again. The Patriots last lost on Nov 6th - to the Giants, 24-20. They've won ten straight games since then. The Giants are in standing in BB's way, undaunted and not intimidated one bit.
The Daily News Live roundtable discusses the aura of Bill Belichick not intimidating the New York Giants.
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"Most times a team may have one player that is the caliber of a rusher that you have to game plan for but the Giants have about five of them. They have so many guys and they are all very good. They have great speed and athleticism, great pass rush technique, they get off on the ball well, they are a hard group to block. Perry does a good job of scheming and putting them in different positions so you don?t know where Pierre-Paul is going to be or Tuck or Kiwanuka. Sometimes it is hard to find them and it is hard to block them so they present a huge challenge just in their depth, quality and speed. It is as good of a group as I have seen in a long time."
The WheelHouse debates whether or not the Giants' defensive line will give Tom Brady and the Patriots issues this coming Sunday:
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Giants head coach Tom Coughlin and Bill Belichick of the Patriots have known each other for over two decades. They have both been around for what seems like forever. When you think about it in football terms, they have. This week, the two coaching veterans face off against each other for only the fourth time.
Belichick leads all active NFL coaches in total victories with 182. Coughlin is third with 146 (Washington's Mike Shanahan is second with 163.) They are the standard for NFL coaches and are revered by players, peers and yes, each other.
The article makes the case the the Ochocinco and Haynesworth moves in particular are very uncharacteristic of the coach. Belichick's Patriots are a straight-laced bunch. Last season, Randy Moss was cut as soon as he made waves in the locker room. Chasing outsize personalities seems almost like an act of desperation. As Hubbuch points out, the Pats have been 2-3 in the playoffs since they were caught spying in 2007.
This is all despite Belichick publicly denying his moves have any specific meaning (as he would):
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Simms was the MVP of that game, going 22-for-25 passing with 3 TDs and was the first player to utter the phrase "I'm going to Disneyland (World)".
After this session I spoke with Simms about that picture-perfect day and his near-perfect game:
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Well, it has. This morning at the Meadowlands Exposition Center, Big Blue Travel hosted a 25th anniversary event that included MVP Phil Simms, Harry Carson, George Martin, Ottis Anderson, Mark Bavaro, Bill Parcells and Bill Belichick.
Stay tuned for the Parcells and Simms interviews as well as quotes and anecdotes from others
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The coach of that team, of course, was the now legendary Bill Parcells, who spoke with Giants play-by-play man Bob Papa and select Giants season ticket holders today via conference call.
Parcells was a defensive coach his whole career and rarely got involved in the offensive game plan. He didn't have to. He had Phil Simms, another Giants legend, at the helm.
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The NFL's version of their All-Star game had been played in Honolulu from 1980-2009 and had become a tradition of sorts. Both fans and players were not pleased with the site change.
Last year's game, played in Miami the week before the Super Bowl, was sparsely attended. The league will continue to hold the game the Sunday in-between the conference championships and the Super Bowl as opposed to the week after the Super Bowl.