What pundits were saying about Patriots on Sunday: Bill Belichick 'may be greatest coach of all time'

December 19, 2016 - 8:07 am
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[caption id="attachment_79850" align="alignright" width="150"]Rodney Harrison Rodney Harrison[/caption] Here's a quick look at what some of the national pundits were saying about the Patriots after Sunday's win over the Broncos: NFL Network's Deion Sanders after the game on Bill Belichick being more important to the New England Patriots' run than Tom Brady: "This may be the greatest head coach of all time. He's had a plethora of coaches in and out on a carousel—continued success. He's had multiple quarterbacks, somewhat, when Tom Brady has been absent -- still success. In the deals and the moves that he's pulled off in the draft picks -- [they have] been phenomenal. And it seems as though when a guy is released and let go to another organization, away from New England, they fail…." Tony Dungy of NBC Sports after the game on Patriots defense: "They chased Trevor Siemian all day and made it uncomfortable for him. They were the best defensive line on the field today." Dungy after the game on Patriots neutralizing Von Miller: "The Patriots are the best at that. They are not going to let your best player dominate the game." Rodney Harrison of NBC Sports after the game on the Raiders: "I think they can hold on to the No. 2 seed. As far as going into New England and beating the Patriots, I don't think they can."