Bill Belichick will NOT have to worry about losing his job with the Patriots! – Jeff Saturday

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Bill Belichick will NOT have to worry about losing his job with the Patriots! – Jeff Saturday

Stephen A. Smith, Jeff Saturday and Bart Scott discuss how much pressure Bill Belichick is under to succeed to this season.

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