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Re: Patriots 2022 Season
« Reply #1290 on: January 24, 2023, 10:54:44 AM »

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Bill O'Brien will return to the Patriots after agreeing to a deal Tuesday to become New England's next offensive coordinator, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Low.

O'Brien, 53, who spent the past two seasons as the offensive coordinator under Nick Saban at Alabama, now is back to where his NFL career began in 2007 as a coaching assistant.

In that first stint in New England, O'Brien quickly rose through the ranks on Bill Belichick's coaching staff to quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator, spending three years (2009-11) in that role before departing for head-coaching positions at Penn State (2012-13) and with the Houston Texans (2014-20).
Patriot fans are happy and Bama fans are happy.

Did you see this kids reaction to Bill O’Brien? Pretty incredible…
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=j8fBG-9SA5Y

Re: Patriots 2022 Season
« Reply #1291 on: January 24, 2023, 11:00:19 AM »

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Bill O'Brien will return to the Patriots after agreeing to a deal Tuesday to become New England's next offensive coordinator, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Low.

O'Brien, 53, who spent the past two seasons as the offensive coordinator under Nick Saban at Alabama, now is back to where his NFL career began in 2007 as a coaching assistant.

In that first stint in New England, O'Brien quickly rose through the ranks on Bill Belichick's coaching staff to quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator, spending three years (2009-11) in that role before departing for head-coaching positions at Penn State (2012-13) and with the Houston Texans (2014-20).

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Re: Patriots 2022 Season
« Reply #1292 on: January 24, 2023, 06:38:12 PM »

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Bill O'Brien will return to the Patriots after agreeing to a deal Tuesday to become New England's next offensive coordinator, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Low.

O'Brien, 53, who spent the past two seasons as the offensive coordinator under Nick Saban at Alabama, now is back to where his NFL career began in 2007 as a coaching assistant.

In that first stint in New England, O'Brien quickly rose through the ranks on Bill Belichick's coaching staff to quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator, spending three years (2009-11) in that role before departing for head-coaching positions at Penn State (2012-13) and with the Houston Texans (2014-20).
Patriot fans are happy and Bama fans are happy.

Did you see this kids reaction to Bill O’Brien? Pretty incredible…
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=j8fBG-9SA5Y
Funny but at the same time ridiculous.  Just how badly had the father been vilifying O'Brien to have his kid react that way. 

Re: Patriots 2022 Season
« Reply #1293 on: January 24, 2023, 08:38:08 PM »

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Bill O'Brien will return to the Patriots after agreeing to a deal Tuesday to become New England's next offensive coordinator, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Low.

O'Brien, 53, who spent the past two seasons as the offensive coordinator under Nick Saban at Alabama, now is back to where his NFL career began in 2007 as a coaching assistant.

In that first stint in New England, O'Brien quickly rose through the ranks on Bill Belichick's coaching staff to quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator, spending three years (2009-11) in that role before departing for head-coaching positions at Penn State (2012-13) and with the Houston Texans (2014-20).
Patriot fans are happy and Bama fans are happy.

Did you see this kids reaction to Bill O’Brien? Pretty incredible…
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=j8fBG-9SA5Y
Funny but at the same time ridiculous.  Just how badly had the father been vilifying O'Brien to have his kid react that way.

That was awful.

Re: Patriots 2022 Season
« Reply #1294 on: January 24, 2023, 11:21:13 PM »

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Bill O'Brien will return to the Patriots after agreeing to a deal Tuesday to become New England's next offensive coordinator, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Low.

O'Brien, 53, who spent the past two seasons as the offensive coordinator under Nick Saban at Alabama, now is back to where his NFL career began in 2007 as a coaching assistant.

In that first stint in New England, O'Brien quickly rose through the ranks on Bill Belichick's coaching staff to quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator, spending three years (2009-11) in that role before departing for head-coaching positions at Penn State (2012-13) and with the Houston Texans (2014-20).
Patriot fans are happy and Bama fans are happy.

Did you see this kids reaction to Bill O’Brien? Pretty incredible…
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=j8fBG-9SA5Y
Funny but at the same time ridiculous.  Just how badly had the father been vilifying O'Brien to have his kid react that way.

That was awful.
I agree.  You give one kid a Deandre Hopkins autographed helmet and the other kids gets an autographed picture of Bill O'Brien.  That just isn't right.  Clear discrepancy in the gift.  I sure hope the O'Brien was a joke and the kid got a helmet with Watson or some other player signed on it (and I say watson since Deandre isn't on the Texans anymore)
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Re: Patriots 2022 Season
« Reply #1295 on: January 24, 2023, 11:28:44 PM »

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Bill O'Brien will return to the Patriots after agreeing to a deal Tuesday to become New England's next offensive coordinator, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Low.

O'Brien, 53, who spent the past two seasons as the offensive coordinator under Nick Saban at Alabama, now is back to where his NFL career began in 2007 as a coaching assistant.

In that first stint in New England, O'Brien quickly rose through the ranks on Bill Belichick's coaching staff to quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator, spending three years (2009-11) in that role before departing for head-coaching positions at Penn State (2012-13) and with the Houston Texans (2014-20).
Patriot fans are happy and Bama fans are happy.

Did you see this kids reaction to Bill O’Brien? Pretty incredible…
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=j8fBG-9SA5Y
Funny but at the same time ridiculous.  Just how badly had the father been vilifying O'Brien to have his kid react that way.

That was awful.
I agree.  You give one kid a Deandre Hopkins autographed helmet and the other kids gets an autographed picture of Bill O'Brien.  That just isn't right.  Clear discrepancy in the gift.  I sure hope the O'Brien was a joke and the kid got a helmet with Watson or some other player signed on it (and I say watson since Deandre isn't on the Texans anymore)
I'm assuming it was a gag gift the way it was staged. 

Re: Patriots 2022 Season
« Reply #1296 on: January 25, 2023, 02:43:35 AM »

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Bill O'Brien will return to the Patriots after agreeing to a deal Tuesday to become New England's next offensive coordinator, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Chris Low.

O'Brien, 53, who spent the past two seasons as the offensive coordinator under Nick Saban at Alabama, now is back to where his NFL career began in 2007 as a coaching assistant.

In that first stint in New England, O'Brien quickly rose through the ranks on Bill Belichick's coaching staff to quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator, spending three years (2009-11) in that role before departing for head-coaching positions at Penn State (2012-13) and with the Houston Texans (2014-20).
Patriot fans are happy and Bama fans are happy.

Did you see this kids reaction to Bill O’Brien? Pretty incredible…
https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=j8fBG-9SA5Y
Funny but at the same time ridiculous.  Just how badly had the father been vilifying O'Brien to have his kid react that way.

That was awful.
I agree.  You give one kid a Deandre Hopkins autographed helmet and the other kids gets an autographed picture of Bill O'Brien.  That just isn't right.  Clear discrepancy in the gift.  I sure hope the O'Brien was a joke and the kid got a helmet with Watson or some other player signed on it (and I say watson since Deandre isn't on the Texans anymore)
I'm assuming it was a gag gift the way it was staged.

There’s probably more to the story - and worse things have been done to kids - but yeah, it was a gag gift after giving the brother a special gift that provoked an over the top reaction. The O’Brien photo was for a good laugh at the expense of a kid. As someone who had a dad who was big on teasing to get a reaction - I’m probably over-sensitive to it. Some will think it’s all in fun, no big deal; some might even think it builds toughness. I  thought it was mean. Not saying I think the dad is a bad dad (there’s a lot more to it than one clip), just not my cup o’ tea.