Here is a great interview by Jason Cole with Bill Belichick. I know he's the enemy, but he also does a great job coaching the enemy. Here's the link: http://sports.yahoo.com/nfl/news?slug=jc-belichickqa110609&prov=yhoo&type=lgns.
Here's a couple of quotes I thought were great:
"I think to have a really good team in this league, you have to make a lot, a lot of good decisions. You have to have a lot of good people, players, coaches, whatever. You need a lot of those. Conversely, to not be competitive, you would have to have a lot of bad decisions. One bad decision is not going to do it, one bad player is not going to do it, one bad coach is not going to do it."
"Jimmy (Johnson) probably said the same thing to you that he once said to me: “You’re really only competing with about 10 teams a year. If you just say out of the way, the other 20 teams will screw it up themselves. Whether it’s ownership or personnel or coaching or some combination of factors.”
It almost feels like he could be talking directly about Buffalo in the interview (or Oakland, Kansas City, St. Louis, etc).