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mattfastiggi 01-21-2013 02:22 AM

Typical Belichick at it again - classless jerk
 
Thank you Shannon Sharpe for calling out Belichick for his once again "poor me" sore loser mentality. Sorry Pats fans, but this is the kind of stuff that makes others really dislike the Patriots, including myself. As if Belichick leaving field during the SB last year wasn't bad enough, failing to live up to the agreement to meet with the CBS staff is sad and pathetic. Thank you Bill, for reminding me of my dislike towards the Pats and your puppet Brady - even though you are one hell of a mastermind coach.

[url=http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nfl-shutdown-corner/bill-belichick-stiffs-cbs-game-shannon-sharpe-rips-034609666--nfl.html]Bill Belichick stiffs CBS after the game, Shannon Sharpe rips him for being poor loser | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports[/url]

ninjacookies 01-21-2013 02:50 AM

Well, honestly if I had the swagger and persona of a sex offender, I'd try to avoid the press by all means.

I mean, does ANYONE really like watching Bill in front of a camera?

The Card Album 01-21-2013 02:50 AM

This is nothing. Remeber the time Belidick threw a cameraman to the ground? Lol

At least this time he did wait around on the field and actively seek out the opposing coach for a handshake before skittering back under his rock.

You can tell a lot about a man by the way he dresses and his overall grooming. Looking at Bill Belichick he set the bar pretty low for himself right off the bat, so I don't expect a lot of etiquette and class since he makes millions but can't comb his hair and dresses like a bum from Central Park.

cking 01-21-2013 02:52 AM

subscribed..........................I can actually feel the Patriot homers marching towards this thread.

Imac7065 01-21-2013 02:58 AM

[url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDY2b-1zrvY]Shannon Sharpe rips Bill Belichick after AFC Title Game - YouTube[/url]

^ Thats the shannon sharpe vid


I'm not sure how many people saw / heard it... but when Belichick and Harbaugh met at midfield Harbaugh said "I plan to be calling you for advice, you are a great coach"... Belichick went "yeah whatever" then shook his hand and walked away.

Classy

viking118480 01-21-2013 03:31 AM

[QUOTE=Imac7065;4075420][url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDY2b-1zrvY]Shannon Sharpe rips Bill Belichick after AFC Title Game - YouTube[/url]

^ Thats the shannon sharpe vid


I'm not sure how many people saw / heard it... but when Belichick and Harbaugh met at midfield Harbaugh said "I plan to be calling you for advice, you are a great coach"... Belichick went "yeah whatever" then shook his hand and walked away.

Classy[/QUOTE]

I didn't catch that. Seeing Brady try to Suh Pollard (I think it was Pollard), Belichick refusing to give a standard interview that every coach does, and then hearing of this makes me hate the Pats even more. It's one thing to hate a team because they are successful. But fans of the Patriots need to realize that is no longer why so many people hate them. Belichick never shows any class and Brady thinks it's a penalty anytime a defender gets within a yard of him. They are poor losers and never accept the fact that they were out-played and out-coached.

Trueduckfan 01-21-2013 03:36 AM

I dont think Id have the balls or patience to sit in front of the cameras and lights and answer questions after my hopes were dashed and lost a big game either. Atleast not directly after the game. I need cool down time..lol

And no Im not a Pats homer :D

SethMurphy 01-21-2013 07:20 AM

[QUOTE=Trueduckfan;4075460]I dont think Id have the balls or patience to sit in front of the cameras and lights and answer questions after my hopes were dashed and lost a big game either. Atleast not directly after the game. I need cool down time..lol

And no Im not a Pats homer :D[/QUOTE]

While we all feel that way, he is contractually obligated to do the interview, whether he likes it or not. He can go up there give four one word a answers and walk away and he has satisfied his requirements, or he can do this and remind everyone why America thinks he's the biggest dbag in the nfl

sooslow 01-21-2013 07:43 AM

Why is there still this delusion they're a classy organization? If it isn't belicheat ducking out on contractually obligated interviews every time he loses a post season game, or showing his true colors at the end of a game, it's Brady crying to every ref he can, meanwhile he's trying to kick opposing players. Classy....

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solt0131 01-21-2013 08:54 AM

[QUOTE=The Card Album;4075410]This is nothing. Remeber the time Belidick threw a cameraman to the ground? Lol

At least this time he did wait around on the field and actively seek out the opposing coach for a handshake before skittering back under his rock.

You can tell a lot about a man by the way he dresses and his overall grooming. Looking at Bill Belichick he set the bar pretty low for himself right off the bat, so I don't expect a lot of etiquette and class since he makes millions but can't comb his hair and dresses like a bum from Central Park.[/QUOTE]

If Lombardi and Stram were around, they would most certainly perform a "Billy Batts" on Belichick for his dress and ethics.

BAMBAM 01-21-2013 09:13 AM

I don't see why anyone is REQUIRED to talk to the media immediately following such a big loss. Some people take losing hard because they put so much into their season. I like Shannon Sharpe but he is talking like an employee when he rips Bill.

Leaving the SuperBowl before time ran out without shaking the other coach's hand was classless but not wanting to talk to someone shoving a mic in your face right after a huge loss is completely understandable.

Show me a good loser and I'll show you a loser. Too many people in sports these days only care about the pay check. At least Bill gives a sh*t that his team lost and he's probably already second guessing some of his decisions during that game.

CALVINXLIONSX81 01-21-2013 09:14 AM

[QUOTE=viking118480;4075455]I didn't catch that. Seeing Brady try to Suh Pollard (I think it was Pollard), Belichick refusing to give a standard interview that every coach does, and then hearing of this makes me hate the Pats even more. It's one thing to hate a team because they are successful. But fans of the Patriots need to realize that is no longer why so many people hate them. Belichick never shows any class and Brady thinks it's a penalty anytime a defender gets within a yard of him. They are poor losers and never accept the fact that they were out-played and out-coached.[/QUOTE]

It was Reed not Pollard ;)

mattyice2984 01-21-2013 09:18 AM

As a member of the media, I find it ridiculous that a player or coach wouldn't talk to the media after a loss. I have spoken with people dealing with far more difficult circumstances compared to losing a football game and they talk to me after an awful incident.

And by the way, they are not making millions to play a game. One of the reasons they get paid so much is of the media's exposure. Talk about biting the hand that feeds you.

pnft17 01-21-2013 09:43 AM

Oh poor Shannon Sharpe. Go cry on TV about CBS not getting to interview BB.
Who freaking cares. Bill B never says anything anyways. I hate these stupid interviews and wish they would do away with them anyways.

Bill is who he is. He is not media friendley and never has been. I like it about him. He sucks up to no one.

groundsupport 01-21-2013 09:53 AM

Shannon Sharpe is a bigger tool then Bill B.

So his credibility doesn't even matter in this circumstance.

BAMBAM 01-21-2013 10:12 AM

[QUOTE=mattyice2984;4075784]As a member of the media, I find it ridiculous that a player or coach wouldn't talk to the media after a loss. I have spoken with people dealing with far more difficult circumstances compared to losing a football game and they talk to me after an awful incident.

And by the way, they are not making millions to play a game. One of the reasons they get paid so much is of the media's exposure. Talk about biting the hand that feeds you.[/QUOTE]

Spoken like a member of the media. Nothing personal but the huge media growth over the last thirty years has brought along with it a huge sense of entitlement as well. People don't always have to talk to you just because you shove a mic in their face. Coming up short in a huge game might not be that big a deal to you but to him it's everything at that time. Hell when I was 16 we lost a city championship in the Vet on a wild pitch. I didn't even throw the pitch but I played that over in my head for a couple weeks. That's not even remotely close to what he just lost. If you really love playing the game it's tough to lose ANY of them. Give the guy a break. Leaving the sidelines before the Super Bowl was over was classless and he deserved to get ripped. This is no big deal.

mattyice2984 01-21-2013 10:12 AM

[QUOTE=pnft17;4075843]Oh poor Shannon Sharpe. Go cry on TV about CBS not getting to interview BB.
Who freaking cares. Bill B never says anything anyways. I hate these stupid interviews and wish they would do away with them anyways.

Bill is who he is. He is not media friendley and never has been. I like it about him. He sucks up to no one.[/QUOTE]

I don't care what BIll B thinks either. The fact that he makes millions of dollars to coach a football which carries with it the obligation of speaking to the media after a tough loss, bothers me a lot. People have gone through far more tragic things than losing a football game and make far less money than Bill B, but still talk to the media about what happens to them.

Yet he thinks he is above it all, because he's done what? Win some football games. What a joke. No one should act like this. One of the reasons why he makes millions is because of the media. If they didn't publicize football like they do, he wouldn't make squat.

RedSoxFan28 01-21-2013 10:15 AM

What about Suggs? After the game "Have fun at the Pro bowl, Shut your mouth in the second half, have fun at the Pro bowl, you embarrassing f*cks"

mattyice2984 01-21-2013 10:36 AM

[QUOTE=RedSoxFan28;4075943]What about Suggs? After the game "Have fun at the Pro bowl, Shut your mouth in the second half, have fun at the Pro bowl, you embarrassing f*cks"[/QUOTE]

Regardless of what he said, at least there was something real that came out of player, instead of cliche, cliche, cliche. Players and coaches act like their guarding secrets like the CIA.

ccrab1984 01-21-2013 10:43 AM

[QUOTE=mattyice2984;4075927]I don't care what BIll B thinks either. The fact that he makes millions of dollars to coach a football which carries with it the obligation of speaking to the media after a tough loss, bothers me a lot. People have gone through far more tragic things than losing a football game and make far less money than Bill B, but still talk to the media about what happens to them.

Yet he thinks he is above it all, because he's done what? Win some football games. What a joke. No one should act like this. One of the reasons why he makes millions is because of the media. If they didn't publicize football like they do, he wouldn't make squat.[/QUOTE]

If he didn't coach good football for the media to broadcast and leach off of they wouldn't make squat either! Lol I can't stand bb but jeez man no one owes you an interview if someone else decided to talk to you after a tragedy that's their decision. There is a lot of entitlement on both sides.

freethrowtommy 01-21-2013 10:50 AM

Every coach talks to the media after a loss, those are the rules set by the NFL. So what that it was a big loss? Mike Smith talked to the media after the Falcons lost and that game had the same stakes as this one. Belichick didn't do it because he has a arrogant attitude that he is above the rules, simple as that.

Pats fans are going to defend him (like they are here) saying that talking to the media is stupid. If they had won, do you think he would have ducked out? I don't care if he came out and just said Yes or No... you have an obligation, no matter how stupid you think it is.

fungi2510 01-21-2013 10:54 AM

I love how people defend this juvenile response by the Pats. It is his job to get up there after a game and do what he is supposed to do. If any of you supporters of this, decided well I have had a bad day I am going home, you would be fired. It is not an entitlement issue as BamBam says, it is a requirement of all coaches after games. Grow up, take your loss like a man, and learn how to actually win a big game again without "video support."

Anyone that is comparing your experience to this is crazy. You are not an NFL coach, you do not get paid for doing what you are supposed to do. I know he will get fined and whatever, but the man needs to be raked over the coals for this petty incident.

saintsfan67 01-21-2013 10:58 AM

CBSGATE coming per the Commish....Fines and More to come upon the Investigation

mattyice2984 01-21-2013 10:59 AM

[QUOTE=ccrab1984;4076063]If he didn't coach good football for the media to broadcast and leach off of they wouldn't make squat either! Lol I can't stand bb but jeez man no one owes you an interview if someone else decided to talk to you after a tragedy that's their decision. There is a lot of entitlement on both sides.[/QUOTE]

Actually, from what I understand, BB did owe them an interview based on the media's contract with the NFL. And by the way, losing a football game is no tragedy. It's a game. The reason why these people are famous is because of the media. They wouldn't make squat if it was'n't for the media or FANS! The media (not most of the reporters) are making money regardless of whether or not the NFL existed.

BB not taking to the media is also disrespectful to the fans as well. They buy the jerseys, watch TV (which the NFL makes a ton of money off of), and buy tickets to the games among a litany of other things they do financially to support it. And what do they get for it when the season is over? An arrogant millionaire coach or player who doesn't want to answer a few questions from the media (which is actually for the fans because they are the ones who follow the media) , and the reason their arrogant is because they play a game which is even dumber,


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