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Bill Belichick

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  • Bears bereft of leadership and victories

    Bears bereft of leadership and victories
    When Brandon Marshall attempted to insert himself into the Bears leadership void Sunday, you couldn't help but think of poor old Carlos Zambrano. The volatile former Cubs pitcher once mistook confrontation for leadership too. It didn't work out well for...
  • If Trestman can't fix Cutler, then what's the point of Trestman?

    After losing to the Dolphins, a game in which he threw another interception and committed another fumble on a sack, Jay Cutler had nothing for you. “I wish I had some more answers,’’ Cutler said with resignation, as if his usual...
  • Tom Thibodeau right out of Bill Belichick playbook

     Tom Thibodeau right out of Bill Belichick playbook
    Tom Thibodeau grew up in Connecticut a fan of the Patriots, especially favorite player Sam "Bam" Cunningham. But the Bulls coach really turns into a kid again describing the current leader of his boyhood team. "I don't know that there's a better football...
  • 10 thoughts after Bears' loss to the Dolphins

    10 thoughts after Bears' loss to the Dolphins
    Ten thoughts after the Chicago Bears continued their winless ways at Soldier Field, losing to the Miami Dolphins 27-14 on Sunday in a poor game all the way around. 1. The Bears were so ineffective offensively in the first half, they ran only 18 plays as...
  • Jets Close, But Not Close Enough Against Pats, To Save Rex

    Jets Close, But Not Close Enough Against Pats, To Save Rex
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — It's lonely out there on Sexy Rexy Island. As far as Rex Ryan can see, there is nothing but losses floating on the horizon. As far as the Jets coach can see, there are waves and waves of tabloid pages floating the news that...
  • Patchwork defensive line more than holding its own

    Patchwork defensive line more than holding its own
    As practice ended and players were headed toward the locker room, Ravens defensive tackle Christo Bilukidi was standing on the sideline. His jersey was drenched with perspiration and sweat poured down his forehead. He ran a few sprints, and then he...
  • Fantasy waivers for Week 7: Target Rueben Randle, Mohamed Sanu

    Unlike Week 6, free-agent running backs may be hard to come by this week, depending on your fantasy football league. Most of your value will be found in wide receivers. And that's OK. That position can be just as scarce in leagues that start three...
  • Raiders' Sparano stages ball burial in latest in long line of ploys

    A funeral doesn't sound like a good way to motivate a losing football team. Well, maybe if it's the type of service Tony Sparano held this week as interim coach of the Oakland Raiders, burying a football at the practice facility of the 0-4 team to...
  • Brady's 4 TDs Lead Patriots Past Bills, 37-22

    ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Terry and Kim Pegula now own the Buffalo Bills on paper. Tom Brady still owns them on the field. The New England Patriots quarterback passed for 361 yards and four touchdowns Sunday in a 37-22 win over Buffalo at Ralph Wilson...
  • NFL Week 6: What we learned

    NFL Week 6: What we learned
    No more a preseason favorite than the 5-1 San Diego Chargers, the shift in thinking that the Dallas Cowboys are legitimate contenders was sudden and established the same way the Chargers earned notice — beating the Seattle Seahawks. And that in...
  • Jets still sticking with QB Smith

    Jets still sticking with QB Smith
    As bad as the New York Jets looked in losing four consecutive games to fall to 1-4, history suggests the task ahead — turning the season around and reaching the playoffs — is not impossible. After all, it was just three seasons ago that...