All Things Bill Belichick

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2018

Pregame interviews with 98.5 The Sports Hub have been added.
Conference call audio & press conference video links include transcripts.
Patriots Monday links are now to WEEI.com where the audio can be downloaded.

Week 1: vs. Houston Texans

Monday Conference Call
Wednesday Press Conference
Friday Press Conference
Patriots All Access: Coffee with the Coach
Belestrator: Previewing the Houston Texans
Pregame Interview with 98.5
Postgame Press Conference
Monday Conference Call
Patriots Monday on WEEI
Belichick Breakdown: Top Plays Against the Texans
















WEEK 16: VS. BUFFALO BILLS

WEEK 17: VS. NEW YORK JETS


 

NEWS

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NOV 29, 2018

Jimmy Johnson Talks Bill Belichick
{Patriots.com Video}: Megan O’Brien sits down with former Dallas Cowboys and Miami Dolphins coach Jimmy Johnson and discusses his relationship with Bill Belichick and his respect for the New England Patriots. Look for Johnson’s interview with Coach Belichick this Sunday morning on FOX.


NOV. 28, 2018

My Cause My Cleats
{NFL Auction}: You have until Dec. 30 to bid on Coach Belichick’s signed and game worn custom cleats benefitting the Bill Belichick Foundation.


NOV. 9, 2018

Jared and the GM
{Soundcloud Audio}: Coach Belichick joined Jared Stillman and former Patriots executive Floyd Reese {2009-2012} on ESPN Nashville’s 102.5 The Game.


NOV. 8, 2018

NFL Mic’d Up
{NFL Films Video}: Coach Belichick was wired for sound when the Green Bay Packers came to town to take on the New England Patriots in Week 9.


NOV. 7, 2018

Twitter Question of the Week
{Twitter}: You can win a personalized autographed photo of Coach Belichick, sent directly from him, for being the first one to correctly answer our Question of the Week. Posted every Wednesday at noon ET on ATBB’s Twitter page.


NOV. 6, 2018

Inside the NFL
{Video clips}: Tonight’s episode features Coach Belichick wired for sound during the NFL’s Salute to Service game at Gillette Stadium.
BB meets 102-year old veteran
BB talks with Aaron Rodgers
BB poses with Alex Cora


NOV. 4, 2018

Salute to Service: Andrew Bibbo
{Patriots.com Story}: Salute to Service is the NFL’s effort to honor, empower and connect with our nation’s service members, veterans and their families. The Patriots Foundation has teamed with the Tragedy Assistance Program for Survivors (TAPS) and Coach Belichick will be representing Petty Officer 2nd Class, Andrew R. “Drew” Bibbo.


NOV. 2, 2018

Coach Belichick Remembers “Dr. Z”
{Patriots.com Video + Transcript}: “Paul [Zimmerman] was a great ambassador for professional football, and I think that what he did through the years with his background and insight on the draft, I would say some of the behind-the-scenes organizational insight that he gave due to his great sources and trust that he created with so many people was pretty interesting reading in the Sports Illustrated columns.”


OCT. 23, 2018

Bill Belichick: ‘How do you make history?’
{FOX Video}: Coach Belichick narrates the introduction to the opening of the 2018 World Series between the LA Dodgers and the Boston Red Sox.


OCT. 16, 2018

Brad Stevens on His Relationship with Bill Belichick
{Patriots.com Video}: “Boston Celtics head coach Brad Stevens sits down with NFL Network’s Cynthia Frelund to discuss his involvement with the New England Patriots organization and his relationship with Bill Belichick.”


OCT. 11, 2018

Tony La Russa Shares Lessons He’s Learned from Bill Belichick
{Boston Globe}: “‘He’s got a great personality,’ La Russa said of Belichick. ‘He’s a coach, so in press conferences, you have to be careful with what you say, so it doesn’t end up on the blackboard. But he’s intelligent, he’s smart, [and] he’s got a great sense of humor.’”


OCT. 10, 2018

Tony La Russa Talks Friendship with Bill Belichick
{Metro Boston}: “As a coach, La Russa has nothing but praise for his friend, noting how he has the unique ability to form special bonds with each and every person on his roster and staff. … ‘Bill doesn’t talk about it publicly, but he starts with building a relationship on a personal and professional basis.’”


OCT. 9, 2018

Bill Belichick on Friday’s ‘Hall Of Fame Huddle’
{WBZ Video}: “While the Patriots head coach is usually fairly reserved with the media, he was happy to open up about his upcoming event with WBZ-TV’s Steve Burton on Tuesday.”


Sept. 26, 2018

Football Is Changing. Bill Belichick Doesn’t Think
The Keys To Winning Ever Will

{Washington Post}: “Bill Belichick is fighting his own personal culture war clad in the heavy armor of uncommunicativeness. He chooses craft and concentration over celebrity confession. The only problem with this choice is that the public tends to fill in the blanks with negatives, so Belichick pays a certain price when it comes to being understood, his self-restraint interpreted as sullenness and his calculation as cruelty. Which might bother him if he had more vanity, but who needs vanity when he’s got posterity.”


SEPT. 17, 2018

Biography Excerpt & Author Interview
{Book Excerpt + Audio Interview}: Read an excerpt from the only authorized biography of Bill Belichick, The Education of a Coach, by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Halberstam. And listen to his 2005 interview with WEEI, exclusively at ATBB.


SEPT. 11, 2018

Gridiron Genius: A Master Class in Winning Championships & Building Dynasties in the NFL
{Amazon}: New book by former Patriots staff member Michael Lombardi with a Foreword by Bill Belichick. Available today in hardcover and Kindle formats.


SEPT. 9, 2018

#1 Shula, #2 Halas, #3 Belichick
{Stat}: With the Patriots win over the Houston Texans in Week 1, Bill Belichick now has 251 regular season wins, moving him past Tom Landry for third all-time behind Don Shula {328} and George Halas {318}. He was already third overall when including the postseason.


SEPT. 7, 2018

@ATBillBelichick
{Twitter}: All Things Bill Belichick is now on Twitter. Tweets by website creator Laura London.


SEPT. 6, 2018

At Home with Bill Belichick & New Best Friend
{CNBC Video}: Suzy Welch takes us inside Belichick’s Nantucket home to meet his new dog, an Alaskan Klee Kai named Nike.


SEPT. 5, 2018

Bill Belichick, Ernie Adams & the 1970 Andover Football Team
{Boston Globe}: Before they were World Champions with the Patriots, Belichick and Adams were high school teammates at Phillips Academy. This is the story of that undefeated campaign 48 years ago, and how you can see, even back then, hints of their football greatness that would follow.


SEPT. 4, 2018

RapSheet + Friends: Episode #1
{Audio}: Bill Belichick is the first guest on Ian Rapopor’'s new podcast. Listen as he describes the time Tom Brady almost fell off a cliff hitting a meaningless golf shot.


AUG. 15, 2018

What We Learned From Talking to Paul Rabil About Bill Belichick
{Boston Globe}: “From my perspective, there’s very few, if anyone, who has navigated the professional athletics market better than coach Belichick,” Rabil said. “He’s inspirational, he’s motivational, and he’s got a track record that’s unmatched.”


AUG. 4, 2018

Randy Moss Gives Special Thanks to Bill Belichick
{Video clip}: Moss’ Pro Football Hall of Fame induction speech

Video: Randy Moss Accepts His Gold Jacket
{Video clip}: Coach Belichick offers his congratulations from Patriots Training Camp as Moss receives his Pro Football Hall of Fame jacket


JUN. 29, 2018

Statement from Bill Belichick on Capital Gazette shooting
“For my entire life, The Capital has been my hometown newspaper. My family and I have enjoyed special relationships with many great people who have worked for the newspaper. My heart goes out to the victims, their families and the entire Annapolis community for this terrible and senseless tragedy.”


MAY 4, 2018

Statement from Bill Belichick on being named to the
President's Council on Sport, Fitness, & Nutrition

“The physical fitness of children in our country is an apolitical issue that is extremely important to our future. When I was contacted by Ivanka Trump and asked to participate, I was humbled to be asked and honored to accept, as I would have done for any administration. I know that a lot of great leaders have participated on the Council over the past half century, some who are personal inspirations to me, and I am eager to lend any assistance I can to its ongoing mission.”

 

VIDEOS


NFL FILMS PRESENTS

Son of Zeus: Orlando Brown
“I loved Orlando Brown. Loved him. I love everything about Orlando Brown, Jr. I just hope we don’t have to go against him.” ~Coach Belichick

Belichick Reunites with Coach Who Gave Him First Job
During the 2017 preseason, BB reunites with former Detroit Lions head coach Rick Forzano. Includes sons Stephen & Brian, and Tom Brady.

Back to School with Bill Belichick
BB returns to Annapolis High School to discuss being part of the school’s first integrated class with current athletic director David Gehrdes, and to pay a surprise visit to the football team.




AMERICA’S GAME

America’s Game
{Clip}: Bill Belichick’s favorite sports analogies

America’s Game: 2016 Patriots
{Clip}: Patriots win Super Bowl LI in thrilling fashion

America’s Game: 2014 Patriots
{Full episode}: Belichick wins 4th Super Bowl as head coach

America’s Game: 2004 Patriots
{Clip}: Steve, Bill, & Brian Belichick

America’s Game: 2003 Patriots
{Clip}: Patriots win second Super Bowl in three years

America’s Game: 2001 Patriots
{Clip}: Dynasty starts with 2001 Patriots

America’s Game: 1990 Giants
{Clip}: Belichick’s defensive gameplan key to Giants win


FEATURES

Belichick Talks with Jimmy Johnson
Coach Belichick sat down with former NFL head coach Jimmy Johnson prior to the Patriots’ match up against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 13 of the 2018 NFL season.

Stories of Service: Steve Belichick
BB talks of his father’s humble beginnings, from the Depression and living in a closet at college, to his WWII service and lifelong commitment coaching future military leaders. “Other than family, his love was the US Naval Academy.”

ESPN Films 30 for 30: The Two Bills
Interviewed for the first time together since 1991, the film traces the 4-decade relationship between coaching legends Bill Parcells and Bill Belichick.

Championship Chat with Paul Rabil
BB & Rabil discuss lacrosse at an event for their respective foundations. Filmed for ESPNU. {See behind the scenes on Paul's vlog.}

A Season with Navy Football
BB delivers a motivational speech during Senior Week for the Navy Midshipmen. Captured by Showtime Sports.

D-Day: Over Normandy
Trailer for the World War II Foundation documentary film narrated by BB.

5 Rules of Exceptional Leadership
BB sat down with CNBC’s Suzy Welch for “a wide-ranging interview” in April 2017.

Commencement Address
BB speaks at son Brian’s 2011 high school graduation from Suffield Academy in Connecticut.

The Importance of Coaching
BB shares his thoughts on coaching during this WESeminar at Wesleyan University in 2010.

NFL Sunday Sit Down, Part 1 | Part 2
BB sat down with Michael Lombardi in November 2009 to talk about his former assistants, his father, and his place in history as a coach.

Belichick Receives Honorary Doctorate
BB receives and honorary degree from his alma mater, Wesleyan University, in 2005.

Browns Insider with Bill Belichick
During his weekly television show in Cleveland, BB discusses the Browns’ win over the Steelers in Week 6 of the 1992 season.

Giants Chronicles: Bill Belichick, Part 1 | Part 2
New York Giants film featuring former defensive coordinator Bill Belichick.



 

BOOKS

Published Sept. 2018; Foreword by Bill Belichick:

GRIDIRON GENIUS:
A Masterclass in Winning Championships &
Building Dynasties in the NFL
By former Patriots staff member Michael Lombardi

Now available from Amazon

“[Bill Belichick] is the rare football mind who can lead players on the field with a deep personal connection as a coach and then, when acting as a general manager, instantly and ruthlessly set aside those feelings to calculate a player’s true economic worth. He never lets the emotions of one role interfere with his calculations in another.”
~Michael Lombardi, Chapter 9: WWBD {What Would Belichick Do?}, p. 234


The only authorized biography of Bill Belichick:

THE EDUCATION OF A COACH
By Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Halberstam

Available in Hardcover, Paperback, Kindle, & Audible

Read an excerpt & listen to the author’s interview with WEEI


The only sports writer given inside access:

PATRIOT REIGN:
Bill Belichick, the Coaches, & the Players Who Built a Champion

By former Patriots beat writer Michael Holley

Available in Hardcover, Paperback, & Kindle


Reprint of the original 1962 edition:

FOOTBALL SCOUTING METHODS
“The bible of scouting techniques”
By his father, Steve Belichick

Available in Hardcover, Paperback, & Kindle

 

STATS

Bill Belichick is the only head coach to win five Super Bowl titles.

His career winning percentage of .682 is tied with George Halas for the highest in NFL history.

NFL Coaching Seasons: 44 (1975-present)

Browns Head Coach: 5 seasons (1991-1995)

Patriots Head Coach: 19 seasons (2000-present)

Total number of games coached: 747 (Regular + Postseason)

Stats updated Dec. 16, 2018

HEAD COACHING RECORD
Career: 287-134
Regular Season: 259-123
Postseason: 28-11

 

MOST WINS AS HEAD COACH
Regular Season
Don Shula (328), George Halas (318), Bill Belichick (259)

Regular Season + Postseason
Don Shula (347), George Halas (324), Bill Belichick (287)

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

Overall Record: 250-89

Regular Season: 223-79

Postseason: 27-10

Regular Season at Home: 122-28

Regular Season Away: 101-51

Postseason at Home: 19-3

Postseason Away: 8-7

6 seasons undefeated at home in the regular season

CLEVELAND BROWNS

Overall Record: 37-45

Regular Season: 36-44

Postseason: 1-1

Regular Season at Home: 20-20

Regular Season Away: 16-24

Postseason at Home: 1-0

Postseason Away: 0-1

 

NFL RECORDS

1 season with 16 wins

5 seasons with 14 or more wins

7 seasons with 13 or more wins

8 consecutive overtime wins

9 consecutive division titles

10 consecutive playoff wins

12 seasons with 12 or more wins

14 playoff wins in one decade

15 seasons with 11 or more wins

15 consecutive seasons with 10 or more wins

15 division titles

16 consecutive wins in a single season

21 consecutive wins {including playoffs}

NFL PLAYOFF RECORDS

39 playoff games as a head coach

28 playoff wins by a head coach

12 conference championship game appearances by a head coach

8 AFC championship wins by a head coach

7 consecutive seasons with a playoff win

SUPER BOWL RECORDS

11 Super Bowl appearances by a coach (head or assistant)

5 Super Bowl wins by a head coach

3 Super Bowl wins in a 4-year span

MISC STATS

Bill Belichick is the 1st head coach in NFL history to lead a team to 3 straight 500-point seasons (2010-2012) and 4 overall – 2007 (589), 2010 (518), 2011 (513), and 2012 (557).

QBs in their first start vs. Bill Belichick in New England:
5-45 in the regular season
12 consecutive losses

 

SEASONS

1975

BALTIMORE COLTS
Age
: 23 | Position: Special Assistant to the Head Coach (Defense & Special Teams)
Head Coach: Ted Marchibroda
Regular Season: 10-4 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Lost Divisional Round vs. Pittsburgh Steelers


1976

DETROIT LIONS
Age
: 24 | Position: Offensive Assistant & Tight Ends Coach
Head Coach: Rick Forzano (1-3) & Tommy Hudspeth (5-5)
Regular Season: 6-8 | 3rd place NFC Central


1977

DETROIT LIONS
Age
: 25 | Position: Receivers Coach & Special Teams Assistant
Head Coach: Tommy Hudspeth
Regular Season: 6-8 | 3rd place NFC Central


1978

DENVER BRONCOS
Age
: 26 | Position: Assistant Special Teams Coach & Assistant to the Defensive Coordinator
Head Coach: Red Miller
Regular Season: 10-6 | 1st place AFC West
Playoffs: Lost Divisional Round vs. Pittsburgh Steelers


1979

NEW YORK GIANTS
Age
: 27 | Position: Special Teams Coach & Defensive Assistant
Head Coach: Ray Perkins
Regular Season: 6-10 | 4th place NFC East


1980

NEW YORK GIANTS
Age
: 28 | Position: Special Teams Coach & Defensive Assistant
Head Coach: Ray Perkins
Regular Season: 4-12 | 5th place NFC East


1981

NEW YORK GIANTS
Age
: 29 | Position: Special Teams Coach, Defensive Assistant, & Linebackers Coach
Head Coach: Ray Perkins
Regular Season: 9-7 | 3rd place NFC East
Playoffs: Won Wild Card vs. Philadelphia Eagles;
Lost Divisional Round vs. San Francisco 49ers


1982

NEW YORK GIANTS
Age
: 30 | Position: Special Teams Coach, Defensive Assistant, & Linebackers Coach
Head Coach: Ray Perkins
Regular Season: 4-5 | 4th place NFC East


1983

NEW YORK GIANTS
Age
: 31 | Position: Linebackers Coach (Began to coordinate defense)
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Regular Season: 3-12-1 | 5th place NFC East


1984

NEW YORK GIANTS
Age
: 32 | Position: Linebackers Coach (Began to coordinate defense)
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Regular Season: 9-7 | 2nd place NFC East
Playoffs: Won Wild Card vs. Los Angeles Rams;
Lost Divisional Round vs. San Francisco 49ers


1985

NEW YORK GIANTS
Age
: 33 | Position: Defensive Coordinator
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Regular Season: 10-6 | 2nd place NFC East
Playoffs: Won Wild Card vs. San Francisco 49ers;
Lost Divisional Round vs. Chicago Bears


1986

NEW YORK GIANTS
Age
: 34 | Position: Defensive Coordinator
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Regular Season: 14-2 | 1st place NFC East
Playoffs: Won Divisional Round vs. San Francisco 49ers;
Won NFC Championship vs. Washington Redskins;
Won Super Bowl XXI vs. Denver Broncos


1987

NEW YORK GIANTS
Age
: 35 | Position: Defensive Coordinator
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Regular Season: 6-9 | 5th place NFC East


1988

NEW YORK GIANTS
Age
: 36 | Position: Defensive Coordinator
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Regular Season: 10-6 | 2nd place NFC East


1989

NEW YORK GIANTS
Age
: 37 | Position: Defensive Coordinator & Secondary Coach
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Regular Season: 12-4 | 1st place NFC East
Playoffs: Lost Divisional Round vs. Los Angeles Rams


1990

NEW YORK GIANTS
Age
: 38 | Position: Defensive Coordinator & Secondary Coach
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Regular Season: 13-3 | 1st place NFC East
Playoffs: Won Divisional Round vs. Chicago Bears;
Won NFC Championship vs. San Francisco 49ers;
Won Super Bowl XXV vs. Buffalo Bills


1991

CLEVELAND BROWNS
Age
: 39 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 6-10 | 3rd place AFC Central


1992

CLEVELAND BROWNS
Age
: 40 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 7-9 | 3rd place AFC Central


1993

CLEVELAND BROWNS
Age
: 41 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 7-9 | 3rd place AFC Central


1994

CLEVELAND BROWNS
Age
: 42 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 11-5 | 2nd place AFC Central
Playoffs: Won Wild Card vs. New England Patriots;
Lost Divisional Round vs. Pittsburgh Steelers


1995

CLEVELAND BROWNS
Age
: 43 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 5-11 | 4th place AFC Central


1996

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age
: 44 | Position: Assistant Head Coach & Secondary Coach
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Regular Season: 11-5 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Won Divisional Round vs. Pittsburgh Steelers;
Won AFC Championship vs. Jacksonville Jaguars;
Lost Super Bowl XXXI vs. Green Bay Packers


1997

NEW YORK JETS
Age
: 45 | Position: Assistant Head Coach & Secondary Coach
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Regular Season: 9-7 | 3rd place AFC East


1998

NEW YORK JETS
Age
: 46 | Position: Assistant Head Coach & Secondary Coach
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Regular Season: 12-4 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Won Divisional Round vs. Jacksonville Jaguars;
Lost AFC Championship vs. Denver Broncos


1999

NEW YORK JETS
Age
: 47 | Position: Assistant Head Coach & Secondary Coach
Head Coach: Bill Parcells
Regular Season: 8-8 | 5th place AFC East


2000

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age
: 48 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 5-11 | 5th place AFC East


2001

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age
: 49 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 11-5 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Won Divisional Round vs. Oakland Raiders;
Won AFC Championship vs. Pittsburgh Steelers;
Won Super Bowl XXXVI vs. St. Louis Rams


2002

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age
: 50 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 9-7 | 2nd place AFC East


2003

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age
: 51 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 14-2 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Won Divisional Round vs. Tennessee Titans;
Won AFC Championship vs. Indianapolis Colts;
Won Super Bowl XXXVIII vs. Carolina Panthers


2004

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age: 52 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 14-2 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Won Divisional Round vs. Indianapolis Colts;
Won AFC Championship vs. Pittsburgh Steelers;
Won Super Bowl XXXIX vs. Philadelphia Eagles


2005

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age: 53 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 10-6 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Won Wild Card vs. Jacksonville Jaguars;
Lost Divisional Round vs. Denver Broncos


2006

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age: 54 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 12-4 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Won Wild Card vs. New York Jets;
Won Divisional Round vs. San Diego Chargers;
Lost AFC Championship vs. Indianapolis Colts


2007

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age: 55 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 16-0 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Won Divisional Round vs. Jacksonville Jaguars;
Won AFC Championship vs. San Diego Chargers;
Lost Super Bowl XLII vs. New York Giants


2008

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age: 56 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 11-5 | 2nd place AFC East


2009

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age: 57 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 10-6 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Lost Wild Card vs. Baltimore Ravens


2010

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age: 58 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 14-2 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Lost Divisional Round vs. New York Jets


2011

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age: 59 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 13-3 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Won Divisional Round vs. Denver Broncos;
Won AFC Championship vs. Baltimore Ravens;
Lost Super Bowl XLVI vs. New York Giants


2012

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age: 60 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 12-4 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Won Divisional Round vs. Houston Texans;
Lost AFC Championship vs. Baltimore Ravens


2013

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age: 61 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 12-4 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Won Divisional Round vs. Indianapolis Colts;
Lost AFC Championship vs. Denver Broncos


2014

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age: 62 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 12-4 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Won Divisional Round vs. Baltimore Ravens;
Won AFC Championship vs. Indianapolis Colts;
Won Super Bowl XLIX vs. Seattle Seahawks


2015

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age: 63 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 12-4 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Won Divisional Round vs. Kansas City Chiefs;
Lost AFC Championship vs. Denver Broncos


2016

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age: 64 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 14-2 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Won Divisional Round vs. Houston Texans;
Won AFC Championship vs. Pittsburgh Steelers;
Won Super Bowl LI vs. Atlanta Falcons


2017

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age: 65 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: 13-3 | 1st place AFC East
Playoffs: Won Divisional Round vs. Tennessee Titans;
Won AFC Championship vs. Jacksonville Jaguars;
Lost Super Bowl LII vs. Philadelphia Eagles


2018

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
Age: 66 | Position: Head Coach
Regular Season: TBD