Monday, January 7, 2008

Bill Belichick Named Coach of the Year of NFL 2007

Bill Belichick has been voted for the Coach of the Year award of NFL 2007 season. The New England Patriots coach has received 29 out of 50 votes to win the award. It was expected that something impressive is waiting for Bill Belichick after New England Patriots’ unbeaten finish in the regular season. He has proven his worth and skill once again leading his side to achieve a rare feat this season.

Patspulpit reported:

Today's announcement verified what most rational people knew four months ago: the videotaping "scandal" was much ado about nothing. Belichick received 29 of 50 votes after coaching New England to the only 16-0 regular season in NFL history.

The way he led New England Patriots is simply outstanding and exemplary for other coaches to follow. Though his job is not yet finished as New England Patriots is preparing for the divisional round match of AFC next week, it is obvious that Bill Belichick deserves a place in the history just for his performance of NFL 2007 regular season. However, a Super Bowl title will win him a place among the great coaches of NFL.

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