Bill Belichick Can Barely Contain Himself With Excitement When Reporter Asks Stupid Question

Bill Belichick Can Barely Contain Himself With Excitement When Reporter Asks Stupid Question

Bill Belichick Can Barely Contain Himself With Excitement When Reporter Asks Stupid Question

Bill Belichick

Bill Belichick is in the holiday and frankly, he might want to tone it down a bit.

The Patriots head coach answered questions during a press conference Wednesday, and shot down a reporter who inquired about the recent banning of Tom Brady’s trainers/head specialists from the team’s sideline and plane.

Viewers reacted:

Jake Ruckus Don't let this distract you from the fact that in Super Bowl 46 the New England Patriots let the New York Giants score a touchdown on purpose with 57 seconds left to go, having faith that Tom Brady would march down the field to win. He did not and they lost 21-17

Nathan Bradley Murray “There’s a lot of pronouns there. Like I don’t really know who is talking about what” classic Bill

Matt Samuelson Need new refs to stop babying Brady and the pats. You graze him and it turns into 15 for roughing the p***y and gives them a first down instead of them punting cause they're losing.. Gtfoh

Mathew Grigg I think he was trying to mean if bill is trying to train Brady one way and his trainer is trying a different way, is it like as if a father was on the sideline trying to tell his kid to do it one way while bill is telling him a different way. You can hear the fear in his voice trying to get it out lmao

Carlos Hagar Being that stoic, Bill Belicheck for president. It would be the same face if he passed a perfect healthcare bill or just launched nuclear missles at North Korea.

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