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Belichick’s Lost Organizational Notes


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4 minutes ago, takeitdown said:

A lot has changed since '91, but still a lot of that holds.  He back then wants the versatility in his guys, and cares a lot about them being able to do what they're told/supposed to instead of being phenoms.

 

It still holds because those things are the very fundamentals of football that will never change as the game of football changes drastically on the surface.

 

Those 4 keys to success will remain true in football no matter what era, past or present.

 

They're etched into the very fiber of the sport.

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6 minutes ago, abcranford2 said:

It literally says dont avoid a player just because he can't block.

Don't see it.  Anyone who knows anything about football knows an integral part of any TE's job is blocking.  Don't eliminate yourself (as a good player) because you can't block.  Or you can look at it as...don't eliminate a good player (QB, RB or WR) on a play because you (TE) can't block. 

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2 minutes ago, Da_Truth said:

Don't see it.  Anyone who knows anything about football knows an integral part of any TE's job is blocking.  Don't eliminate yourself (as a good player) because you can't block.  Or you can look at it as...don't eliminate a good player (QB, RB or WR) on a play because you (TE) can't block.  

:vince:

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9 minutes ago, Smiler11 said:

No it translates as 'Don't remove a TE from your board just because he can't block'. 

:o Someone finally explained it. Thank you so much! Guess if I had read the entire TE paragraph (instead of the last line) I would've known this. 

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