Bill Belichick hung Tom Brady out to dry
January 22, 2015 Leave a comment
If a defensive back can tell the ball doesn’t weigh-in, the QB is on the other side of that rope!
Bill Belichick spoke to the media on Thursday for the first time since Deflategate — the controversy over whether Belichick’s New England Patriots intentionally deflated balls for the AFC championship — turned into a full-fledged national scandal that’s transcended sports. The coach was defiant, unapologetic and not forthcoming in his 11-minute presser. Here are the seven biggest takeaways.
1. Belichick hung Tom Brady out to dry.
Not directly, of course, but by saying he had nothing to do with the deflation of the balls, Belichick insinuates that his quarterback did, especially by delivering this damning quote:
“Tom’s personal preference on his footballs are something he can talk about in much better detail than I can possibly provide.”
Et tu, Brutu-chick?
Brady was supposed to talk to the media on Friday, but that press conference/confrontation has been moved to 4 p.m. ET on Thursday. The quarterback certainly got…
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