Bill Belichick Looks Like He Got Mauled By A Bear

Bill Belichick Looks Like He Got Mauled By A Bear

Bill Belichick showed up to a virtual press conference on Wednesday morning looking like an absolute mess.

Fresh on the heels of a disappointing loss to the Seattle Seahawks, Belichick faced off against the media in a ripped up shirt, sporting disheveled hair, and looking like he had not slept in days.

Naturally, Twitter had some opinions on this.

On Sunday, the Patriots fell to Seattle 35-30.

With one play left in the game, quarterback Cam Newton attempted to drive the ball into the endzone and got absolutely stuffed by the Seahawks defense.

Linebacker Bobby Wagner and safety Jamal Adams read the play from start to finish.

“That ball’s going right,” Adams said after the game, simply repeating what Wagner told the defense in the huddle prior to the final play.

“That ball was going straight right.”

It was Wagner who lined L.J. Collier up at right defensive back and put him in position to make the stop.

“They were running the same thing all game,” Collier said after the fact.

“Bobby came to us before that and said they were going to run the same play and that we were going to slant on it just to go with it. I really just followed my captain and went with him and we came up with a big-time play. So really, credit to [defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr.], Bobby and the rest of the defense.”

Next up for Belichick and the Patriots will be a showdown against the 2-0 Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday. A win there and things will return to normal. A loss, and Belichick may turn up at next week’s press conference with no shirt on at all.

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Anthony Amador

A graduate from the University of Texas, Anthony Amador has been credentialed to cover the Houston Texans, Dallas Cowboys, San Antonio Spurs, Dallas Mavericks and high school games all over the Lone Star State. Currently, his primary beats are the NBA, MLB, NFL and UFC.

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