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Old 05-10-2020, 04:34 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by Patriots71 View Post
You cannot teach heart, you cannot teach commitment. You cannot teach leadership. You cannot teach a guy that lives in the playbook, and film room, and you cannot teach the drive to get better.
The USMC begs to differ. It's what they do, everything you can can't be done. Except the marines aren't big on film study, of course.

People, especially youngsters just coming out of college can learn more than you give them credit for and can have 180 degree reversals in attitude and behavior with the right teacher.

That's what BB does. So many players who were mediocre with their earlier teams suddenly do so much better here. BB has been doing it in Fozxboro since he signed Packers' cut Joe Andruzzi and Steelers castoff Mike Vrabel, etc etc in 2001 and has kept doing it for almost 20 years now. He even replaced Vrabel with Rob Ninkovich. Nickovich who played a total of 8 games in his first three seasons before BB taught him all the stuff you say can't be taught. Then he replaced Nink with the formerly underachieving Kyle Van Noy now highly paid star Kyle Van Noy.

It's what BB does. Not every player every time, but surely even you can't deny that BB does this on a regular basis, even if you won't admit that Brady is a much better QB for having been coached by BB.
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