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Bill Belichick Told His Defense To Let The Giants Throw To Manningham, Mic’d Up Super Bowl Clip Reveals
It’s not often we get a chance to second guess the genius that is Patriots head coach Bill Belichick. But, after video surfaced in which he was caught urging his defense to let the Giants throw at Mario Manningham, just prior to the fourth quarter drive that brought us “The Catch,” you have to think that this strategy is one Coach Belichick would like to take a mulligan on.
The Bill Belichick Hoodie Cupcake doesn’t care for your questions. He doesn’t care for your sass, either. If you backtalk him and his icing, he’ll tell you to look up at the score. You punk. When he defeats other, inter-divisional cupcakes, he talks trash. Not a lot of trash, but it will be pretty mean stuff. And even though he likes to party, Bill Belichick Hoodie Cupcake is all about his business — the business of being delicious. As he, his bread stump, and his hoodie frosting patrol the sidelines of your Super Bowl party, know that he won’t say much. But he’ll get results. [Kerry Martin, Darren Rovell, Cippin on Sports]
Oh, Bill. Bill Bill Bill Bill Bill. Why can’t you drop the act, and be the Bill we all know and love?
This morning, we showed you video of Rex Ryan telling a fan to “Shut the f— up.” The No Fun League is now looking into the video, and Ryan could face a fine. Bill Belichick, who made some explicit comments of his own last night, won’t be investigated. Find out why, after the jump.
Earlier this morning, we told you about a very explicit Belichick quote that was overheard by an eavesdropping New York Post reporter. Now, via a Jets fan who just happened to be at the right place at the right time, we have an angry Ryan telling a fan to “shut the f— up.”
Following the Patriots’ 37-16 dismantling of Gang Green at Met Life Stadium, Belichick embraced his son, Stephen, before uttering the following phrase, one that will undoubtedly be included in Boston-New York sports rivalry lore for years to come.
The NFL Network’s behind-the-scenes look at Bill Belichick during the 2009 season has proved most noteworthy so far for showing us a side of Belichick we don’t usually see. He gets choked up when he visits his old stomping grounds. He’s a ruthless trash-talker. And he’s not opposed to dressing up like a pirate. But that’s not all we see.