New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick broke away from the usual mediocre sideline demeanor and lost 38-9 to their AFC Eastern rival Buffalo in a football game on Monday night. Bill (Buffalo Bills), showed his dissatisfaction with the team’s performance.
In the first game of the second half, Dawson Knox (Dawson Knox), who had a poor performance by Bills, grabbed a good sideline, which was challenged by Belichick. The capture was not overturned, which caused the future Hall of Fame coach to crush the phone in frustration.
Belichick was talking to someone from the staff on the sidelines, and he might suggest that he challenge the script, which led him to answer the phone.
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The ESPN broadcast caught Belichick̵
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Won the Patriots’ first bill with a 38-9 win since 1999
This is not the first time Belichick has smashed a technology. In 2016, he threw a Microsoft tablet, which the coach used to evaluate the game.
At the post-match press conference on Monday night, the reporter asked Belichick about the challenge.
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Belichick said: “Obviously he caught it. This is a good harvest.” “I mean, this is a good choice. This is a good harvest. And the challenge is obviously not successful, because it was originally It shouldn’t be so.”
The Patriots had no future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady in their first year and will miss the playoffs for the first time since 2008.
In the final game of the Sunday season, Bericchik will take over from his former employer, the New York Jets-a team that he remains in the dust to become the head coach of the New England team. The Jets have a record of 2 wins and 13 losses this season, but have won two consecutive games and defeated Pats in New Jersey on November 9.