War Room: Bill Belichick And The Patriot Legacy
Football games aren't won on Sundays in the fall. They're won on draft day in the spring--in the war room.
"New York Times" bestselling author Michael Holley takes readers behind the scenes of three contending National Football League teams and into the brilliant minds of Bill Belichick and his two former front office protEgEs, Thomas Dimitroff and Scott Pioli.
this book is more about he relationship that scott pioli and thomas dimitroff have with each other and the way that they - respectively - run the kansas city chiefs and atlanta falcons.
which would be okay, but i am coming into this late and scott pioli doesnt run the chiefs anymore and i dont really care about the falcons. i wanted to read a book about the patr ...more
I appreciate Bill Belichick's ability to build a team around the current team's existing culture. Not only was this effective, it was influential to the book's other two main characters, Scott Pioli and Tom Dimitroff.
There are many lessons in this book that transcend sports. Most apply to ...more
The book then switched from how the Patriots do what they do (which wasn't really super insightful anyway) to how Pioli and Dimitr ...more
biggest drawback was the lack of an introduction. felt like a sandwich without condiments or a Super Bowl without pregame analysis.
If there was an updated version, I think it would be interesting to see the effects and results of Scott Pioli and Thomas Dimitroff in their respective roles in their franchises.
In any case, if you like American Football, this is a decent read.