Patriot Reign - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Michael Holley
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Chapter 6 Summary

The 2002 Patriots season started badly. Belichick considered it "just bad football." He was not shy about putting pressure on his team when things weren't going well. The basics were being stressed above all else, and Belichick even gave his quarterbacks a six-page test to analyze their reasoning.

There is no room for misunderstanding due to not being blunt, and feelings were not spared in the staff meetings. Belichick has a vision of his team that he allows to be seriously questioned and analyzed by his advisers. This is the culmination of his experience; where he is confident enough in himself to surround himself with strong opinions. At this point, he is still several weeks away from publicly admitting that media expectations are putting stress on his team as defending champions.

He gets heated up over unnecessary game penalties like holding and off sides. Belichick thinks his players...

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