Bill Belichick is a different man on Fridays. With preparations for Sunday’s game essentially complete, and the media presence reduced to those regulars Belichick calls the “Friday Warriors,” the normally terse coach is known to open up in provocative, entertaining, and expansive fashion.Fridays With Bill provides a rare glimpse inside one of history’s greatest football minds, featuring insights and musings from the man who has won five Super Bowl championships and who is destined for the Hall of Fame. This is Belichick at his most relaxed, profoundly philosophic and often puckish, with topics ranging from his preference for left-footed punters to his struggles with technology to his favorite Halloween candy. Covering themes of communication, decision making, technology, and more, this curated collection of wit and wisdom is an indispensable read for Patriots fans and all those who love the game.
Certain books were “banned in Boston” at least as far back as 1651, when one William Pynchon wrote a book criticizing Puritanism.