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Skip Bayless: I'm fascinated by this Cowboys — Patriots matchup because Bill Belichick is on a hotter seat I UNDISPUTED

According to FOX Bet, the Dallas Cowboys have the fifth-best odds to win the NFC as they ride a four-game winning streak. Dallas is averaging 201 rushing yards per game during that span, which is best in the NFL since Week 2. However, they’ll now have to face a big challenge against a Bill Belichick-led defense in Foxborough. Skip Bayless explains why he’s ‘fascinated with this matchup’ and discusses what this game means for his Cowboys and Belichick. Skip also shares whether he believes the Cowboys will reach 200 rushing yards against the Patriots’ rush defense.

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Nick Wright isn’t criticizing Belichick for FG attempt: ‘He doesn’t trust Mac Jones’ I FIRST THINGS FIRST

LaVar Arrington joins First Things First to talk about the New England Patriots after they lost to their former quarterback Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Head coach Bill Belichick says he stands by decision to kick a field goal on 4th and 3: “There really wasn’t much of a decision there.” Nick Wright isn’t questioning Belichick’s decision, but points out why this is another glaring example of his lack of trust in Mac Jones.

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Jimmy Johnson discusses Dak Prescott’s early success, Tom Brady’s homecoming win vs. Bill Belichick, Patriots I THE HERD

Jimmy Johnson joins Nick Wright and Joy Taylor to discuss the biggest headlines from Week 4, including the Dallas Cowboys’ win over the Carolina Panthers and Tom Brady’s homecoming. Hear what Johnson has to say about Dak Prescott’s strong performances so far heading into Week 5. The Hall of Fame coach also reacts to Brady’s homecoming victory against Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots. Johnson then breaks down his concerns for the Bucs despite their close victory in Foxborough.

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Colin Cowherd is not here for ‘beat up on Bill Belichick week’ I THE HERD

Colin Cowherd would like to remind everyone that although Tom Brady won the divorce, Bill Belichick is still the greatest coach of all time. With the upcoming release of a new book ‘It’s Better To Be Feared’ from ESPN senior writer Seth Wickersham, details are paining the New England coach in a negative light, but Colin Cowherd gives you six things to remember in ‘beat up Bill Belichick week’

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Emmanuel Acho: Bill Belichick regrets letting Tom Brady go since TB12 found happiness before he did I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

We’re days away from the Tom Brady vs. Bill Belichick reunion. Brady left New England after 20 seasons, but Belichick said his departure is not a question about not wanting Brady. He added quote: ‘He looked at his options and made his decision. We weren’t as good of an option as Tampa.’ Emmanuel Acho explains why he believes Belichick regrets letting Brady go.

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Eric Mangini discusses Tom Brady’s trainer commenting about Bill Belichick, Aaron Rodgers in the media I THE HERD

Eric Mangini joins Colin Cowherd to discuss the latest news and headlines across the NFL, including his reaction to Alex Guerrero’s (Tom Brady’s trainer) comments about Bill Belichick. Hear what Mangini has to say about Guerrero’s comments and what they mean for Brady and the New England Patriots. Mangini also reacts to recent media criticism towards Aaron Rodgers.

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Colin Cowherd on Alex Guerrero’s comments towards Bill Belichick: It’s protection mode for Tom Brady I THE HERD

It’s been over a year since Tom Brady and Bill Belichick parted ways, with TB12 leading the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to a Super Bowl victory. Now in 2021, Brady’s father Tom Brady Sr. has talked about the New England Patriots’ coach earlier this week. Yesterday evening, Brady’s trainer Alex Guerrero had more to say about Belichick, saying that he ‘never evolved’ in treatment of the quarterback. Colin Cowherd reacts to Guerrero’s comments and shares his theory on what could be happening with parties.

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Skip Bayless reacts to Tom Brady’s trainer discussing about TB12’s time with Bill Belichick, Patriots I UNDISPUTED

Days after Tom Brady Sr. said his son feels vindicating for succeeding without Bill Belichick, Tom Brady’s trainer Alex Guerrero took a shot at the New England Patriots’ coach, saying that he quote: ‘never evolved’ and still treated TB12 like a 20-year-old kid. Yesterday, Brady addressed those comments, saying quote: ‘That’s just part of being in sports..from my standpoint I had a great time.’ Skip Bayless reacts to Brady’s trainer’s comments and discusses whether he is for the quarterback or for himself.

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Skip Bayless: Tom Brady’s Super Bowl with the Bucs shows Bill Belichick made the biggest mistake in NFL history I UNDISPUTED

It keeps looking like Tom Brady made the right decision to leave the New England Patriots for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. When asked if TB12 felt vindicated for leaving the Patriots, Tom Brady Sr. told Tom Curran quote: ‘Damn right’ and also added ‘Belichick wanted him out the door and last year he threw 56 touchdowns. I think that’s a pretty good year.’ Skip Bayless explains why Belichick moving on from Brady is the biggest mistake in NFL history.

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Nick Wright: Belichick letting go of Brady & Gronk was one of the worst disasters out of New England I FIRST THINGS FIRST

With the Tampa Bay Buccaneers starting off the season with a successful 2-0 record, Nick Wright looks back at the events that led up to both Tom Brady and Robert Gronkowski leaving the New England Patriots and wonders if their former coach Bill Belichick regrets letting them go. Greg Jennings joins to share his thoughts, but Kevin Wildes makes the case that Belichick isn’t as culpable as people make him out to be.

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