Yeeeah, we’re going to need you to lose the game on Sunday

Question: Can you talk about what your relationship is like with Tom Brady and how instrumental has that been to the team’s success?

Belichick: Well, I’m glad Tom’s our quarterback. I love Tom. He’s a great player and he’s been a great leader for us. Did I tell you that I love him? He does so many things for our football team on and off the field and he’s been a tremendous competitor, tremendous player. So privileged to be able to coach him, to love him, and have him on our team, and we meet on a regular basis, a couple times a week and I really I mean, I enjoy coaching him, enjoy loving him. He’s a terrific player, especially to love.

Old Billy is really showing some Manlove for his guy eh?

The superbowl media are like ravaging hyenas at these events. I wish we could have some of these people called out for all these stupid ass questions, maybe send them to Thunderdome when it’s really bad! TWO MEN ENTER, ONE MAN LEAVES. Because there is nothing interesting to report on the upcoming game of touch football, those poor writers of the Main Stream Media hope and beg for some player to say something that sounds somewhat insulting, and gregarious to some of the opposing players and coaches. “Rodney Harrison is a member of Hammas!

This quote is what they got out of semi-thuggish wide receiver Plaxico Burress:

“We have guys that can go out and do things just as well or maybe better than some of those guys,” he said last week.
Wow, you have guys that can do things just as well or maybe better than some of those guys? (emphasis ours) Well, that is basically true by default. It is true, for example, if Plaxico Burress does something as well as the worst wide receiver on the Patriots. A harmless little statement, basically saying: “we have some pretty good players too.” No big deal, unless you are the MSM. Then, you make stuff up, and put it in the headlines.

I like this though…..

FireBillBelichick.com

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