Bill Belichick was largely ignored
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ESPN's Don Van Natta Jr., Seth Wickersham and Jeremy Fowler published a new feature Wednesday breaking down how Bill Belichick was largely ignored during this year's head coaching carousel after his departure from the New England Patriots. While those teams did not want Belichick, there are three organizations the six-time Super Bowl-winning head coach has in mind for himself. All are in the NFC East...

He is believed to be biding his time until next January for openings on teams he has told confidants he would be interested in coaching: the Dallas Cowboys, Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants," ESPN wrote."
(The Spun)
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Morpheus1 month
3 of the toughest places to be a coach. So much for him finding a franchise that he would have less pressure and eventually ease into retirement.
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brewdrees1 month
Future Saints Coach
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TheRouxGuru1 month
No. ESPN wants belichek to go the nfc east so they have a bigger reason to talk about them 24/7 and so maybe ALLLL the primetime games can feature nfc east teams. We’re already close to that point
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soccerfüt1 month
I want to bang three specific female supermodels Larry.

How ‘bout that? Newsworthy?

I’m a people person, I have people skills!
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well yes, a homosexual man wanting to bang female models after all these years is definitely newsworthy imo
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udtiger1 month
At the same time?

Surely, there are rules against that.
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“at the same time”… would have been a brilliant SNL skit back in the day lmao
Chicago SuperFans discussing Ditka coaching Da Bears, Da Saints and Da Bills simultaneously
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JYD1 month
Bill's record with Tom Brady 249-75
Bill's record without Tom Brady 84-103

Why would any of these teams want him?
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uscpuke1 month
Tom Brady never played for the Bills
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Walt OReilly1 month
He is talking about Belichick. Not buffalo
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This is such a lazy and dumb argument.
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