Bill Belichick Question...

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    Bill Belichick Question...

    sort of an off-point thought, but how long will BB be the head coach of the pats?  hes 57 years old.  matt patricia is said to be very similar to bill and is only 35.  any chance that in the coming years patricia steps into bills HC job?
     
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    sort of an off-point thought, but how long will BB be the head coach of the pats?  hes 57 years old.  Posted by FOWLER8196


    Kraft stated in the Globe the other day BB will be the coach as long as he wants to be.
     
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    He's probably already grooming Patricia for the job is he's planning to leave in the near future but I doubt it. He seems like a simple guy with a handful of things he cares about so I don't see him getting bored with one of his true passions.
     
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    well if he wins a couple more SBs he might want to turn the reins over to someone else
     
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    BB appears to be medium happy with prowling the sidelines as opposed to retiring and playing golf all day.  No signs of heart disease so far, and I wouldn't say the same about the really fat NFL coaches.

    Sometimes making a big pile of money every year is a big part of "doing something you like".  Being a good teacher-coach is also fun, and BB personally pulls young linebackers along.  So is local and national respect.  So is winning division titles, although more rings are always nice too.

    BB shows no interest in leaving for, say, the Oakland Raiders.  That's not him.  He's got his future draft picks all lined up for the next year's head coach, who is going to be him of course.  The Big Tuna, on the other hand, leaves teams faster than Tiger leaves girlfriends.

    There's a small chance that BB could pull a Joe Paterno and remain in New England until his son can take over as head coach.
     

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