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NFL’s biggest disappointment? It’s the Giants

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What’s been the biggest disappointment of the NFL season?

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State Your Case: Marty Schottenheimer deserves a HOF look

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Hall-of-Fame semifinalist Richard Seymour details why he liked playing so much for New England coach Bill Belichick.

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So the Patriots made a mistake trading away Jimmy Garoppolo? History says they didn’t.

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The Giants brought Super Bowl aspirations into the fall but five weeks into the season they have already vanished. New York is already 0-5, having lost to Dallas, Detroit, Philadelphia, Tampa Bay and the Los Angeles Chargers.

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The New York Giants are one of only four teams still winless after four games – and the other three either have new head coaches, new quarterbacks or both.

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Few coaches in NFL history have played the hand they’ve been dealt as masterfully as Marty Schottenheimer. He coached for 21 seasons and won 200 games. He suffered only two losing seasons in his career, taking 13 teams to the playoffs and winning division championships with eight of them.

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The two key elements for any Super Bowl contender are quarterback and pass rush. The Raiders have both with Derek Carr taking the snaps and Khalil Mack and Bruce Irvin pressuring the quarterback off the edge.

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Bill Belichick owns seven Super Bowl rings – five as head coach of the Patriots and two as the defensive coordinator of the Giants. He has won 237 career games, fourth most all-time behind Hall of Famers Don Shula, George Halas and Tom Landry.

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We asked our listeners and readers which of the eight NFL team in the conference semifinal round would go on to win the Super Bowl – and Dallas won going away with almost 78 percent of the vote. For once, our Talk of Fame Network poll got it wrong.

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The New England Patriots are the AFC East champions and AFC top seed with a 14-2 record. The coach (Bill Belichick) and quarterback (Tom Brady) have been to six Super Bowls and won four of them.

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Bill Belichick’s winning percentage with the New England Patriots is 73.6 percent and he has taken them to 10 AFC title games in his 17 seasons on their sideline.

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Paul Brown became the first coach to win both a national college championship (at Ohio State) and an NFL title. Only Jimmy Johnson and Barry Switzer have done it since.

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Josh McDaniels called the plays in 2007 when Tom Brady passed for career bests 4,806 yards and 50 touchdowns and the New England Patriots sped through the regular season unbeaten at 16-0.

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Bill Belichick knows a little something about defense and has six Super Bowl rings to prove it.

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Bill Belichick’s defensive gameplans regularly undressed the best offensive teams in football, most notably the 2001 Greatest Show on Turf St. Louis Rams in the Super Bowl and the 2004 Colts in the AFC semifinals. Both opponents had 500-point offenses that season and NFL MVPs at quarterback.

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The NFL suspended Tom Brady for the first four games of the season for his perceived role in Deflategate, which leaves Jimmy Garoppolo in charge of the New England offense in September against Arizona, Miami, Houston and Buffalo. Only the game against the Cardinals is on the road.

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