• John Fox learned his lesson from Panthers trip to Super Bowl

    Summary of 3 articles · Updated Jan 30, 2014
    Having been to the Super Bowl twice before once as a coordinator, once as a head coach Broncos coach John Fox has learned the most important lesson about getting to this week’s game. Fox was asked on Wednesday what has been easier about this trip than his previous Super Bowl experience. Meeting with reporters on Wednesday morning, Fox was asked what has been easier about this trip than his previous Super Bowl experience, and compared it to a familiar sensation for many of us. He also learned a little something from that experience against the Patriots: "That you don't want to lose." For groups that thrive off routine, Super Bowl week is anything but, with media obligations - this week the Broncos are on a small cruise ship docked outside their hotel - and a new locker room and practice facility to deal with, and a hundred other little details that are different from any other week of the season. But it is all part of the job. "We're on a business trip. But the way his career there ended, with a messy lame-duck contract situation leading to his departure, guarantees that he’ll always enjoy working little tweaks like that into his press conferences.
    • John Fox knows what to expect at Super Bowl

      JERSEY CITY — Broncos coach John Fox has been in this position. This is the second time he has brought a team to the Super Bowl, the first coming as head coach of the Panthers, when they lost to the Patriots in Super Bowl XXXVIII on Feb 1, 2004.
      Source: boston.com
    • Denver's Fox on Super Bowl lessons: 'You don't want to lose'

      Fox is making his second Super Bowl appearance as a head coach; his first came in Super Bowl XXXVIII against New England.
      Source: boston.com

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