Bill Belichick On Leadership, Winning, Tom Brady Not A 'Great Natural Athlete’ (Exclusive) | CNBC

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  • Matthew Kodama
    Matthew Kodama 2 gün önce

    This interview is a treasure trove of great leadership lessons. You can tell Bill studies a lot on the topic of leadership. He echos a lot of what all of the top leadership speakers/authors preach.

  • Night Flyer
    Night Flyer 1 hafta önce

    What an amazing, humble man. Many nuggets of gold! Such wisdom! And not just for football...for life!


    This should be studied and taught at every dinner table....

  • Trieu Nguyen
    Trieu Nguyen 2 hafta önce

    now i want to go to Mission BBQ...

  • Luckytron asmr LuckyFri
    Luckytron asmr LuckyFri 2 hafta önce

    Boldimore.

  • KCENDER
    KCENDER 3 hafta önce

    Football is life.

  • KMHrock89
    KMHrock89 4 hafta önce

    This made me really respect Belichick. And then Suzy Welch <3 oh my heart

  • spareplanet
    spareplanet 1 ay önce

    Have you noticed there's a mix of admiration that's, simply due to the power of the position, and that's due to the actual performance. For example, a middle linebacker will often lead a team in tackles, even if he isn't the best tackler. A QB who performs well on 83% of the snaps will get much more credit than an offensive lineman who performs well on 98% of the snaps. It's the nature of the position. A football win, like winning a battle, is a group accomplishnent. The general and the guy on the front lines are two different guys doing two different jobs, but the higher ranking guy will be treated better at official events, even if he sucks at his job. Not complaining, just an observation.

  • spareplanet
    spareplanet 1 ay önce

    14:54 "Thanks. I know what Annapolis and the Naval Academy meant to the Belichecks (sic) and we will proudly display this." (I just don't know how to pronounce Belichick)

  • M Burns
    M Burns 1 ay önce

    I've been a Packer fan for decades but you gotta give credit when it's due. This is the greatest coach of all time and you need to do more than let the air out of a few footballs to have the success they've had over the long term.

  • theaterdream
    theaterdream 1 ay önce

    There have been a handful of absolutely legendary Head Coaches in the NFL in my lifetime (I was born in late September 1971). Bill Parcells, Tom Landry, Don Shula, and Bill Walsh are the first ones that come to mind. Certainly Joe Gibbs and John Madden belong in the discussion. There are a select few others, and I won't include anybody still coaching in this group, as their legacies are still being forged. But I will say this. Bill Belichick is the gold standard for Head Coaches in the modern era. Yes, he's benefited tremendously by working under an owner in Robert Kraft who will do what is necessary to win, aggressively pursuing talent in free agency. Belichick has also been incredibly fortunate to have the great Tom Brady under center for the vast majority of his time in New England. But anybody who watched this most recent playoffs has to tip the cap to Coach Belichick. His Pats went up against the #1 and 2 scoring offenses in the NFL in the AFC Championship Game and Super Bowl, Kansas City and Los Angeles, and his defense shut both out in the first half. You don't oft stop offensive juggernauts for four quarters-the Chiefs broke through in the second half, but the Rams were made to feel so uncomfortable on offense against Belichick's schemes-the defensive unit, for all intents and purposes, won the game. Yes, Brady got hot late, and led the offense on the only touchdown of the game late to clinch it, but holding a unit that averaged a whopping 33 ppg during the regular season to a field goal-you can't help but recognize greatness when you see it.

    The Patriots can beat you so damned many ways. Brady, still playing at an incredibly high level, if protected, can pick the best defenses apart. Their defense can beat you. Their coaching can beat you. Their drafting, their salary cap management, their talent assessment-before the season even begins, the Patriots are already a leg up on the rest of the NFL. Six Super Bowls, and nine appearances, overall, during the Belichick era, will likely never be matched. Hell, the Pats might not even be done yet. Who's to say they don't get back next year and win it again?

    But while giving credit where credit is due, the Patriots are not the greatest team in NFL history. That honor goes to Vince Lombardi's Packers.

    Am I a Packers fan? Hell, yes. Does that invalidate my opinion, which is based on historical fact? It shouldn't. You can try to diminish that group's accomplishments by saying "there were fewer teams", or, "there were fewer playoff games played back then". Well, yes, there were in both instances. But you couldn't just sneak into the playoffs because you played in a weak division. To make the playoffs, you had to win your division. In 1960, 1961 and 1962, it was the winner of the East against the winner in the West for all the marbles. The Packers lost the NFL Championship in 1960 13-17 to the NFL-best 10-2 Philadelphia Eagles. Lombardi's 8-4 Packers came up about 5 yards short of winning the game on the last play. The Packers played in nine more playoff games under Lombardi between 1961 and 1967. They never lost again. Five NFL Championships in seven years, including the first two Super Bowls. And while the Patriots won their first three Super Bowls by a field goal each time, the Packers were destroying their Championship Game/Super Bowl opponents:

    1961 NFL Championship Green Bay Packers 31, New York Giants 0
    1962 NFL Championship Green Bay Packers 16, New York Giants 7
    1963 NFL Championship Green Bay Packers 23, Cleveland Browns 12
    1964 Super Bowl I Green Bay Packers 35, Kansas City Chiefs 10
    1965 Super Bowl II Green Bay Packers 33, Oakland Raiders 14

    The Packers outscored their opponents 138 to 43 in those games, a 19 point average margin of victory. In the Super Bowls, that margin of victory rises to 22 points.

    Those five Packer teams went 55-13-1 in the regular season, an .809 winning percentage. Add in the nine playoff games, and the Packers were 64-13-1, good for an .831 winning percentage.

    And, while I do think the cheating allegations against the Patriots are somewhat overblown, the fact remains that the NFL had to take punitive steps against the team. How much Belichick was involved is debatable, but the team under his watch did break the league's rules, not just once, but twice. It shouldn't diminish the team's historical standing-they're still one of the greatest teams in the league's history, but they cannot be considered the very best.

    I have the greatest admiration for the Patriots franchise, and what they have done. I'm just glad the Packers had a chance to beat New England in the Super Bowl before Kraft had Belichick and Brady in place. But, respectfully, Vince Lombardi's name is on the Super Bowl trophy for a reason. And there it shall remain.

  • Steve Sadowski
    Steve Sadowski 1 ay önce

    On the “fun to watch” scale MJ has it on the offense, defense, sideline, interviews pre- and post game, mentoring, etc. All this business about the g.o.a.t doesn’t really matter to the average fan.

  • David Shepherd
    David Shepherd 1 ay önce

    They could have mounted his dad’s photo in the restaurant without cracking the frame… Just pre-drill the hole.

  • Thizlam
    Thizlam 1 ay önce

    2:05 Classic editing job 😂

  • Wiggs
    Wiggs 1 ay önce

    He would make an incredible General.

  • Ivan Dr
    Ivan Dr 1 ay önce

    A genious

  • maryjbelle
    maryjbelle 1 ay önce

    Did Putin earn his? ...still Love Bill and the Patriots

  • Steve
    Steve 1 ay önce

    I love how people get all high and mighty when the anthem comes on, but don't know the damn words. Phony, just like our Prez.

  • Steve
    Steve 1 ay önce

    I think the SB victory over the Rams may have cemented him as the best coach ever. The Pats just decimated the Rams offense. I think this was his win. The Falcons game was Brady's. Flame away.

  • Chuck Hashman
    Chuck Hashman 1 ay önce

    The NFL needs to name something BIG after this guy........ His teams accomplishments are NOT an accident. He even takes it personally when they lose.... This is a coach who wills his team to Victory & that's nothing short of incredible/ Talent/ Professional!!!

  • Chris Zanchi
    Chris Zanchi 1 ay önce

    Sun tzu. That says it all.....

  • scottclaudet
    scottclaudet 1 ay önce

    God Bless This Man, in the name of your son Jesus Christ. Amen.

  • S. J.
    S. J. 1 ay önce

    You may not like the Patriots, but you gotta respect him and just his level.

  • Filip Todoroski
    Filip Todoroski 1 ay önce

    GOAT

  • Alex Hilton
    Alex Hilton 1 ay önce

    Well done bill! Thank you for being a great coach as well as a great person many many fans look up to you!!!

  • Mike Hunt
    Mike Hunt 1 ay önce

    He called it instantface 😂🤣

  • jason sims
    jason sims 1 ay önce

    had the patriots won the other three they lost, they would have 9 rings.

  • Don Solo
    Don Solo 1 ay önce

    from what i have seen belichick is the epitome of a leader. much respect to this man and tom but bill is the true wizard behind the patriots success

  • shane hester
    shane hester 1 ay önce

    with all these meetoo females getting football players in trouble ,the last thing I wanna see is one giving enterviews about football

  • maraelisa
    maraelisa 1 ay önce

    how did i miss this interview?

  • Horace Ball
    Horace Ball 1 ay önce

    Elephant fart at 5:53!

  • breakaway2x
    breakaway2x 1 ay önce

    More than any other team sport, Football really is a team sport. You don't have to be naturally gifted. If the system is efficient and players can do their part, then you will win. The WHOLE is greater than the sum of its parts. You can't say the same in other sports where talent and gifted athletes really do determine the outcome 99% of the time. Not in Football.

  • Audit The Fed
    Audit The Fed 1 ay önce

    he knows a little about cheating too

  • Allen Blaylock
    Allen Blaylock 1 ay önce

    Belicheats leadership skills depends on how much money he pays the nfl n refs before each game and a bonus amount to make sure Tom Lady (yep Lady) doesn’t get hurt. This team has been caught cheating more times than Carter’s got pills and virtually NOTHING has been done. Why? Because the nfl commissioner sucks Belicheats d**k. The seasons are rigged for who they want in the super bowl. Period. It’s all about the money. Vegas wins, the nfl wins.

  • Colin Clayton
    Colin Clayton 1 ay önce

    What an amazing individual!

  • majortomsdmf1
    majortomsdmf1 1 ay önce

    Belichick 2024!

  • Raimondas Marciulevičius

    CNBC & New England's Coach Bill Belichick, together we are stronger & we will win :) :)

  • Fred Flinstone
    Fred Flinstone 1 ay önce

    Enough with a woman interviewing an important man!!!! Isnt there a cooking show somewhere they can be involved in?

  • Thomas Goodman
    Thomas Goodman 1 ay önce

    Bill uses a #2 Ticonderoga 15:18

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    Living Life 1 ay önce

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