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Several coaches put their mark on the 2000s, including Jon Gruden, Tony Dungy, Mike Shanahan, Andy Reid, Bill Cowher, Tom Coughlin, Jeff Fisher, Brian Billick, Mike Holmgren and Mike Sherman. But nothing compares to Belichick, who brought a 36-44 NFL head coaching record to New England in 2000 and the Patriots went 5-11 in his first season, the same record that had gotten him fired in 1995 from the Cleveland Browns. Brady, the 199th overall draft pick that year, emerged as the starter in 2001 and from that point on, the Patriots went 121-41, including 14-4 in the playoffs, the rest of the decade.

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