The Funniest Bill Belichick Moments and Quotes of All Time
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Oh, Bill Belichick...where do we start?
We love the guy, right? I mean you have to...he has given New England Patriots fans six Super Bowls.
"Bill Belichick completed his 47th season as an NFL coach in 2021 and is in his 23rd season as head coach of the New England Patriots," according to a NewEngland Patriots article. "Belichick is the only head coach in NFL history to win six Super Bowl titles."
On top of the rings, Belichick is hands down the funniest coach of all time. No question.
Even if you don't like football coverage or pre/post-game interviews, this guy is straight comedy.
You know that he hates...HATES...the media.
The ripped-shirt, half-sleeved savage is ruthless when it comes to media questions. He gives straightforward answers.
When asked irrelevant questions, or questions that do not pertain to the game, he either ignores them or simply says, "we're onto (whatever team the Pats are playing next)."
Here are some of his most savage moments, but below are some of the best quotes from Coach Bill Belichick ever.
I mean, just from that video, we have:
"I'm not gonna watch you run in the end zone and spike the ball here," he said to Chad Ochocinco before the game after telling the star wide receiver that he would be double-teamed all game.
When a reporter asks a question he thinks is not relevant, "Seattle, Seattle, Seattle," he said.
"Why don't we talk after the game... just shut the F^$*up," he said to an opposing player mid-game.
After breaking and throwing away many tablets MID-GAME he said, "I'm done with the tablets...I'm just going to stick to pictures."
When asked if the Patriots team needed more "swagger, more of an edge" by a reporter, he said, "yeah, I don't really know what that means...I'm just trying to win games."
"Yeah, I like football season and all the things that go with it"
And they get better...see below.