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Author: Jon Kuzma
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Bill Belichick and Tom Brady have their fair share of haters and enemies. There is a growing anti Patriots movement that seems to want to undermine the accomplishments New England has achieved but nobody can deny their legacy. The Patriots have been the greatest modern day football dynasty that we’ve seen. Before them you’d have to go back to the 49ers of the 80s and 90s or the Steelers in the 70s to even come close. Still with the sport being commercialized more than ever and with all the pressure that comes with succeeding in the world today. New England has consistently rose to the occasion and defied all expectations. Due to that this organization has taken on a lot of criticism. Most of the claims against the Patriots are minor though and the real reason the team from Foxborough catches so much flak is because nobody wants to see them on top anymore. Everyone wants to see someone else win for a change but the problem is Bill Belichick executes better than most other coaches. When you pair his brilliant x and os with Tom Brady’s nearly prefect clutch rating. It makes a formula that’s been successful at the professional level for the last eighteen years. Don’t let anyone put a dent in their reputation this team is phenomenal from an execution standpoint. They rarely shoot themselves in the foot and outside of Aaron Hernandez they haven’t had too many off the field issues. Even though New England has done all of these amazing things there’s still some people out there that want to see them fail. It just goes to show that you can never make everyone happy and the Patriots shouldn’t have to. They’ll just go out there and continue to have an overwhelming amount of success and everyone else just has to deal with it. Either that or they can find a way to beat the Patriots on the field, which rarely seems to happy.
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