NFL All Time Team

This is pure football porn. Bill is amazing on this show.

6 freaking weeks of learning the mind of Bill Belichick. His love of the game and knowledge about it’s history is second to none.

He even ripped out Sun Tzu quote from the Art Of War in the first episode.

This is just damn incredible to watch him interact with the all time greats and watch them just in awe of him.

He himself had the utmost respect for Jim Brown, Emmit and Barry Sanders.

Best takeaway was that he considers Paul Brown the greatest coach of all-time hands down because it made it a true professional sport. I knew this from reading Education Of A Coach but this just epic level awesomeness.


Haters gonna Hate, but I wonder what the reaction will be to BB’s role in this, from non-Haters outside of New England.

I mean, all he ever does is disdain so-called “Sports Journalists” who are 20% Journalists and 80% Hacks.

I think most of his bad reputation outside of New England is the result of retaliatory brainwashing by that Sports Hack community.

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Football porn part II. The D line and the linebackers. Ray Lewis and Lawrence Taylor in studio is a complete revelation. Bill and LT’s interaction is something to behold. “Most complete player to ever play the game” Bill said about LT who he coached to 2 championships. Just incredible. And his love for Ray Lewis is incredible. Ray was essentially Bill’s draft pick when the Browns took off to Baltimore in the middle of the night in the Mayflower move. Then had to play against him for 17 years. insane amount of respect there. “No love lost between our two teams, we hated each other.” 3 playoff battles in 4 years that were just epic.

If you love football this is the series to watch.

The segment with Mean Joe Green and the Coke commercial is fun as hell.

The 07 Dolphins!?

NFL All Time 100 part 3 of 6. This is just incredible.

This week, DB’s and Special Teamers.

The segment with Deion and Ed Reed is magic.


Part 4. The segment about Gronk is great.

Newest episode of the NFL All-Time 100 Team.

Tight Ends and Offensive Lineman.

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New NFL All-Time Team episode.

The Wide Receivers. Jerry Rice and Randy Moss in studio.

This is just incredible. Jerry was almost in awe of Randy and the back and forth with Moss and Bill is pretty damn awesome.

Hoodie on Randy " Smartest football player I ever coached. He taught me more about the receiving position than I knew".

And Belichick speaking so graciously about Don Shula as an all-time coach is something to see after all the shit Don has talked about Bill.

Pure class and dignity form a man that knows his value.

The sad thing is that Jerry Rice doesn’t know his value as evidenced by his statement that he played so great cuz of fear, he was afraid to let people down. This is not a good motivation for anything and his latter life has proven this out. he only cares about what people think in stead of succeeding for his own sake.

What’s so bad about Jerry Rice’s life after football?

And your comment about “not wanting to let others down” not being “a good motivator for anything” is already disproven.

Counter-example: Jerry Rice’s NFL Career.

Nothing all that horrible externally but hes still always out for other peoples affection and attention. I would say psychologically that takes a toll.

In his personal life that’s probably true.

In his professional life, it’s hard to argue that it didn’t work for him.

In my experience, that whole “you have to love what you do to be good at it” idea only applies to mediocre talents.

Which Jerry Rice was clearly not.

He actually was by his own admission on the show. Bill called him a “football player” which transcends talent. I just think his motivation was wrong and likely hurts him to this day.

Other people should never be a motivation in my estimation. That is the true sign of a second hander no matter how they rise they will pay for it spiritually. And by spiritually I mean psychologically.

I disagree completely.

Were it not for one particular Ambitious Hot Asian Woman in my past, I would be the same lazy, settling for what comes easy, bum from Lowell that I probably should have been.

We’re not together anymore, but I am a better Man for having tried harder, just to keep up with her.

Oh, I think I wasn’t clear. My best friend inspires me to be the best i can be because of who she is. Jerry, straight up said it was fear of disapproval that motivated him. Not inspiration.

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In the case of the AHAW, it was a mixture of both positive and negative feedback, which, if this mix is right, is optimal. For the record, I gave as good as I got, and … part of the reason we are not together is that I became a first-hander myself. A relationship between two first-handers can work, but you both have to start out that way, as equals.

Now, if you are saying that Rice was motivated only by fear of negative consequences, then I am on board with the “it was good for his career, but bad for his soul” idea.

I am just at the end of my tether with this whole “The only motivation should be positive motivation,” New Age, namby-pamby jackwagon approach that seems to be pervading Corporate America. A well-functioning organization of any size must employ both the carrot and the stick to be successful, especially if that “organization” is an individual applying either the carrot or the stick to herself/himself.

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Agreed. I think the proper motivation for any human is not other people pers se but being the best you can be to the best of your ability. Our Tom lives by this principle. But that doesn’t mean others don’t play a part in our lives.

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Getting back to Jerry Rice … if he did apply the carrot to himself once in a while, do you think his body of work would have turned out even better?

Scary thought.

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Sure is a scary thought. :open_mouth:

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The finale. The quarterbacks.

This is brilliant.

Brady, Farve and Roger Staubach in studio.

My god. What an episode.