NFL FOOTBALL Moment from SBGGlobal SportsBook for your information, this starts with the question as to who was the best NFL head football coach for the 2000′s? It probably comes to no surprise to many that it is none other than the Boston Patriot’s head coach Bill Belichick. He won more regular-seson games in the 2000′s, and amazing 112 victorieswith the Patriots and more than any other NFL coach won in any previous decade. The coaches that came closest were Tom Landry of the Dallas Cowboys with 105 victories and Don Shula with the Miami Dolphis with 104 victories, both in the 1970′s. And therefore he was named as the all decade Coach.
One thing that makes is total victories much more impressive is that Landry/Cowboys and Shula/Dolphins never had to deal with free agency factors. In that he was able to continue to build and rebuild at times, and retool his team during this nfl betting decade a win that many games is phenomonal.
Another number that Belichick has achieved that sets him farther apart from the coaching competition, Andy Reid, Bill Cowher, Jeff Fisher and Tony Dungy during this 2000′s decade is the number THREE. As in Three Lombardi Trophies and Cowher and Dungy just ONE in the 2000′s and Reid and Fisher NONE. Belichick had the honor of winning THREE Super Bowls in just Four years, the only coach ever to accomplish that in building what was know as the decades only DYNASTY.
Some additional facts that support his being awarded the NFL Football Coach of the DECADE:
Won AFC East title Seven of ten times and tied for division’s best record each year since 2001.
During the decade his play of record during the decade was 14-4 and the 15 playoff wins ranks fifth all time.
He developed head coaches and general managers, as Eight of his former assistants were head coaches in NFL Fooball or NCAA Football in 2009.
Five former assistants were NFL FootBall Managers in 2009.
Belichicks Patriots held the NFL mark of 21 consecutive nfl betting regular-season victories, until broke this year by the Indianapolis Colts, but the Patriots hold record for consecutive victories(21, from 2003-2004) and the most consecutive playoff victories(10, from 2001-2005).
And the most impressive coaching job by Belichick came about in the 2008 season, not qualifying for playoffs. But his MVP Quarterback Tom Brady was injured in the opening game of the season he brought in Matt Cassel, who had not started a game since highschool, now the starting quarterback and the Patriots finished 11 and 5.
To sum it up, on of his former assistants, you realize later what a special group you were with, and “it was like getting a special degree in FOOTBALL-OLOGY.”