You think Bill Belichick was angry following his Patriots' 30-24 overtime loss to the Denver Broncos on Sunday Night Football? Take a look at how he responded to one reporter's question about Gronk's injury during his post-game press conference...
Bill Belichick wasn't upset with clock running at end; communication his issue
The Patriots know that 16-0 is just a distraction, so they threw a false flag. We're required to remind you that these strong takes are SATIRE. Sorry, not sorry. All spelling errors are intentional, we think. -- The editor. WellcomeShow More Summary
It's tough to get much out of New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick after his team wins a game. It's even tougher to do so after a loss. New England blew a 14-point lead in the fourth quarter of Sunday night's game against the Denver Broncos and ultimately suffered a 30-24 defeat in overtime. Show More Summary
No one gives a death stare like Belichick.
Didn’t have the time for this.
On Thursday, Patriots coach Bill Belichick had plenty to say. On Sunday night, he did at first. “I was really proud of the way our team fought tonight,” Belichick said after New England’s 30-24 overtime loss in Denver. “I thought we gave tremendous effort and played really hard. Obviously there were some things that we could…
Bill Belichick is rarely overly friendly during press conferences. He's even less so after a loss and becomes even colder when asked poor questions. The perfect storm happened after the Patriots lost to the Broncos on Sunday night. Belichick...Show More Summary
There was a confusion clock situation late in Patriots-Broncos. Bill Belichick was displeased. There was a confusing clock situation late in the Patriots-Broncos game that seemed like a refereeing gaffe, and seemed to hurt the Patriots. Show More Summary
For a team that prides itself on week-to-week versatility, the New England Patriots aren't accustomed to this level of inflexibility. Injuries have hampered how creative head coach Bill Belichick can really be on both sides of the ball,...Show More Summary
It's a Thanksgiving tradition on the East Coast that high school football teams face off against their rival, families and alumni gathering before sitting down to their holiday feast. Growing up in Annapolis, Md., a young Bill Belichick...Show More Summary
He’s either of man of no words or a man of many.
New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick isn't always candid with the media, but in the spirit of Thanksgiving, he decided to open up a bit during Thursday's conference call. Belichick wrapped up the call by thanking the media members who were present for their "professional" coverage. Show More Summary
There’s a perception that Patriots coach Bill Belichick never has anything to say at his press conferences, primarily because the regular examples of Belichick not having anything to say at his press conferences becomes the sound bites from those press conferences. (Except when he’s making My Cousin Vinny references.) But Belichick often provides lengthy, instructive…
As we all know, New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick can be as prickly as a cactus - and as huggable as one as well. But if you can set aside your feelings for Belichick the person, there's no denying that Belichick the coach is one of the best to ever pace an NFL sideline. Show More Summary
The “Monday Night Countdown” crew was kicking it around before the Buffalo Bills-New England Patriots game and the topic of that night’s head coaches’ résumés came up. Ray Lewis, the former Baltimore Ravens linebacker, was asked which coach he’d rather have played for and he didn’t hesitate for a second. He was sticking with the […]
Hot takes are, more often than not, pretty stupid. While there are many exceptions, the popular opinions in even subjective matters are generally right. The Beatles are the best band ever, Abraham Lincoln was a great president, and Bill Belichick is the best coach in the NFL—probably in the league’s history. But Ray Lewis, being […]
New England has now won 28 of its last 32 games against Buffalo. It's a big part of the reason Bill Belichick's team has now rattled off 13 seasons with at least 10 wins and is eyeing a second 16-0 run. FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - It's like pulling a lever and watching coins roll. Show More Summary
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has owned Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan in head-to-head matchups over the years, but former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis still prefers the latter. When discussing Ryan's virtues...Show More Summary