What a run it has been. Now the questions is, will it continue?

It's basically the only question folks in New England and around the NFL care about these days. Of course, I'm talking about whether Bill Belichick is back coaching in New England in 2024. I have already written about how I feel about the situation. You can find that here. This post is much more of a look back at his amazing career through the years.

Belichick is the greatest head coach of all time. The man has been to nine Super Bowls, winning six of them. He has 31 playoff wins, most of all time. He leads everyone in the most division championships with 19. He's a three-time Coach of the Year winner, and widely known for being one of the most influential defensive minds ever. And this doesn't even include all the work he did before coming to New England.

While I do agree that players win games, a quality head coach (especially in football) is essential. Think about what the Patriots have been known for over the past two decades. Terms like 'disciplined', 'mistake-free', and 'intelligent' come to mind. In fact, they have feasted off other teams' mistakes.

New England's run with Belichick and the legend Tom Brady is the stuff opposing fans have only dreamed about; Super Bowls, AFC Championship games, division titles, wins, a lot of wins.

Below is fun look back at Bill Belichick through the years, from his introduction back in January of 2000 to his end of year press conference just a few days ago, and a heck of a lot of success and fun memories in between.

Enjoy a look back at one of the true icons of the sport.

25 Years of Bill Belichick with the New England Patriots

From his first press conference in 2000 to his last from the latest season, a look back at Bill Belichick through the years. Will his New England tenure continue?

Gallery Credit: Chris Sedenka

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