Bill Belichick Has Gone Over The Deep End And I’m All Here For It2 min read

Bill Belichick Has Gone Over The Deep End And I’m All Here For It<span class="wtr-time-wrap after-title"><span class="wtr-time-number">2</span> min read</span>

Things got real interesting in Foxborough last night, but at the same time the result was never really in doubt as Tom Brady and the New England Patriots beat the Jacksonville Jaguars 24-20 to reach yet another Super Bowl. The Patriots overcame a 10-point 4th quarter deficit capped off with a 4-yard touchdown pass from Brady to Danny Amendola, who made a remarkable grab in the back of the end zone.

While obviously the play on the field was unbelievable, it was the man on the sidelines that won the show.

Bill started the show in typical Bill fashion, wearing his heart on his sleeve after the Amendola touchdown:

Not even a flinch. The man sticks to his guns.

Or so we thought.

Once the Pats were able to ice the game Bill flipped a switch, showing more emotion than I think we’ve seen in his entire career:

Bill followed up the celebration by showing absolutely zero respect for the AFC Championship trophy:

I’m surprised he even touched it to be honest with you. Wouldn’t have shocked me if he just refused to touch such a measly trophy in the heat of the moment. Its not like every other organization in the NFL would KILL to be in the same position as him right there.

And finally in perhaps the moment of the night (completely overshadowing the Amendola catch IMO) was Bill’s post-game press conference:

Just completely throwing aside 12 stitches on the GOAT’s throwing hand. And then the OUTFIT. Just completely killing the game. Could see a masshole buy that cutoff for $1,000 on some Yeezy shit.

I don’t know how the Eagles can even get on the plane to Minnesota after watching what this man did on Sunday. That being said, they were probably too entranced in the riots happening in the streets of Philadelphia that they probably didn’t even see him. Hopefully we get a better game than ’04.


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