The 49ers are willing to wait for Kyle Shanahan, and one of his former quarterbacks thinks it’s a decision that will pay off handsomely for them. Via Albert Breer of TheMMQB.com, veteran quarterback Brian Hoyer said working with Shanahan reminded him of his time in New England working under Bill Belichick. Hoyer started 13 games for…
New England Patriots Coach Bill Belichick is never one to give reporters a great sound-bite, mainly because he never speaks up and mumbles throughout a press conference. That changed on Wednesday when reporters asked him important it was to have your home crowd behind you during a playoff game and he took a not so […]
The Patriots finished with the top seed in the AFC playoffs, which assured they wouldn’t have to play games anywhere other than Gillette Stadium in order to make it to Houston for the Super Bowl. That’s seen as significant accomplishment for teams and a boost to their chances of advancing out of the conference. Patriots…
As Steelers face fall out from Antonio Brown's video, Patriots stay on message.
Take that, Kansas City and Dallas.
Patriots Coach Bill Belichick held court with reporters on Wednesday, as the league forces him to do even though it goes against ever fiber of his being, and was asked about the importance of home-field advantage. His answer was some primo Belichick: short and mercilessly blunt. Belichick when asked to discuss the importance of having […]
The now infamous Antonio Brown video has taken on new life. Yes, we soon will forget this event ever happened in our lifetimes. But the aftermath has, we ought to note, been pretty interesting. First, there was Bill Belichick intentionally...Show More Summary
“Great day for ball security, right Dion?” Some coaches would view a rainy January day as an obstacle. Bill Belichick saw a gloomy afternoon in Foxborough as an opportunity — to roast tailback Dion Lewis. Patriots in full pads today....Show More Summary
Please, local and national media: Keep asking Bill Belichick about what's going on with social...
Please, local and national media: Keep asking Bill Belichick about what’s going on with social media networks (like Antonio (...)
Bill Belichick, as one would expect, was not too concerned with some lively trash talk by the Pittsburgh Steelers. After the Steelers beat the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday to advance to the AFC Championship, Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown posted a video via Facebook Live from the Steelers locker room as head coach Mike Tomlin made a speech. Show More Summary
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Patriots coaching expert Bill Belichick is a novice when it comes to social media. At least that’s what he wants you to think.
Commentary: In comments after a Facebook Live video reveals the Pittsburgh Steelers coach deriding his team, Bill Belichick says all that newfangled tech doesn't interest him.
The Patriots coach doesn't do InstantChat or SnapFace
Bill Belichick says he isn't on "SnapFace" or "InstaChat"... and therefore doesn't give a crap about the cyber-insults the Steelers spewed on social media. The Patriots head coach appeared on WEEI in Boston and was asked to respond to Mike Tomlin…
Bill Belichick is no fan of technology. This is something we’ve chronicled this season, following an incident in which he Patriots head coach smashed a tablet on the sidelines during a game. During an interview with a Boston radio station on Monday, the four-time Super Bowl-winning coach once again made his feelings about technology perfectly […]
Belichick’s also still not using the very popular social media platform “SnapFace.” Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown posted a Facebook Live video Sunday that featured a profanity-laced tirade about the New England Patriots from his head coach, Mike Tomlin. Show More Summary
When it comes to devising a defensive game plan, Patriots coach Bill Belichick has a simple approach: Take away what the opposing offense does best. So what will he try to take away from the Steelers on Sunday? Putting the clamps on running back Le’Veon Bell could open up a passing game that features quarterback Ben…