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Mayo thinks Belichick is confident in defense

We’ve heard over and over again this week that by going for it on fourth down instead of punting late in his team’s eventual loss to the Colts, Patriots coach Bill Belichick was showing a lack of confidence in his defense’s ability to stop Peyton Manning from marching down the field for a 70-yard touchdown drive.

But what if Belichick was showing exactly the opposite? Maybe Belichick was so confident in his defense that he didn’t even think the Colts would be able to go 30 yards against them, let alone 70.

That’s how one player on the Patriots’ defense, linebacker Jerod Mayo, views Belichick’s decision.

“We looked at it as a challenge,” Mayo tells our friend Tom E. Curran of CSNNE.com. “People say that it was a lack of confidence in us, but we looked at it as a challenge and we looked at it as coach having enough confidence in us to give us a short field. Unfortunately we were unable to step up to the challenge and get the job done.”

There’s no question that Belichick has confidence in Mayo. When asked earlier this year about his philosophy on trading players, Belichick used Mayo — not Tom Brady — as an example of a player he wouldn’t trade. And Mayo is surely right not to view Belichick’s decision as a lack of confidence in the defense. Right or wrong, Belichick’s decision to go for it on fourth down was about doing what he thought would give his team the best chance of winning, not about showing confidence or showing a lack of confidence.

Mayo also offered a diplomatic rebuttal to his former teammate, Tedy Bruschi, who is now an ESPN analyst and who questioned the effect that Belichick’s decision would have on the Patriots’ locker room.

“I have the ultimate respect for Tedy and everything he’s done for this organization, but he’s not in this locker room at this point in time so he doesn’t know the feeling that this defense or this team has,” Mayo told Curran. “We still have our confidence, we still have our swagger and we’re gonna go out Sunday and show . . . the media, I guess.”

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  1. Florio-is-a-tool says: Nov 19, 2009 2:25 PM

    Mayo is a leader along with being a damned good football player.
    Still I wish Belichick hadn’t been out-maneuvered by the Jets (again!) in getting Gholston – that guy is a beast.

  2. JoeSixPack says: Nov 19, 2009 2:27 PM

    Bruschi does know this team… and knows the best thing he can do to help his former team is give them a chip for their shoulder to help inspire them down the stretch.
    Thanks Tedy!

  3. PFTiswhatitis says: Nov 19, 2009 2:29 PM

    Really great to hear these words from Mayo. He doesnt say much so when he speaks like this it is a great sign for the Pats. Pretty different from say that Reevis interview eh?

  4. danlinker says: Nov 19, 2009 2:30 PM

    CLEARLY, no he is not confident in his defense. Sorry, but it’s too late to deny that. We all saw it.
    But if Mayo wants to lie to save face, he is on the right team to learn that technique.

  5. RIP__21 says: Nov 19, 2009 2:30 PM

    Belichick does have confidence in them; just not against peyton, who is probably the greatest qb ever to play the game.
    Patriots offense > Patriots defense
    Thats why he went for it…

  6. ZombieRevolution says: Nov 19, 2009 2:32 PM

    “Right or wrong, Belichick’s decision to go for it on fourth down was about doing what he thought would give his team the best chance of winning…”
    And he decided that going with his offense gave his team the best chance of winning. No problem with that- more confidence with Brady than with the defense. That defense has professional players who did not have their confiedence shaken- but pehaps they would have like to have first crack at winning the game?

  7. Kiss Bills Rings says: Nov 19, 2009 2:35 PM

    This whole media speculation is so stupid…Bills decision to go for it was based on having to pick up 2 yds with one of the best offenses in the NFL & IF the ball waqs caught clean the game was over & Bill is the most brilliant coach alive….I love how the media spins everything Bill does into some empty drama that seems to entertain the ignorant masses about anything Patriots related…..
    Bill & the Patriots will use this loss as a catalist to running the gammit & not losing another game….the Patriots PROVED that they can go anywhere & compete with any of the better teams in the league & I look forward to watching them play for a first round bye in the post season…..

  8. Citizen Strange says: Nov 19, 2009 2:35 PM

    Belichick was confident in the Patriot defense in the same way that Tonya Harding was confident in her own skating ability.

  9. Texansghost says: Nov 19, 2009 2:38 PM

    By all stats it is easier to cover a short field, that is why it is so difficult to score in the red zone.
    Now was it a bad call to go for it, looking at it now yes but what if they got a Pats spots instead of the crappy Colts(bobble, what bobble?) Belichick is a genius! Just my two pennies

  10. clubfoot says: Nov 19, 2009 2:39 PM

    What is he going to say? “I think that really showed a lack of confidence in the defense from our coach. Can I get a contract extension?”

  11. chapnasty says: Nov 19, 2009 2:39 PM

    @ Danlinker
    Well said my friend.. however the media will spin it either way to make Bill look like the genius that they have created (see the changing tones in this sites references to it)

  12. Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says: Nov 19, 2009 2:41 PM

    Belichick knows he blew up his defense when he made the Richard Seymour to Oakland trade. Now he has no confidence in them against a good offense.

  13. SkinsFanInNebraska says: Nov 19, 2009 2:43 PM

    I still can’t believe he went for it in that situation, confidence in the D or not. You can’t risk giving Peyton Manning a short field to work with in that situation, can you?

  14. DarkHorse81 says: Nov 19, 2009 2:45 PM

    whether or not Bill Bilichick has confidence in his defense I feel sorry for the JETS their going to play at Fox borough against a pissed off defense and a angry offense, and if they get the lead their gonna run up the score on you REX, JETS bring your “A” GAME your going to need it and if you don’t then make sure you have a box of kleenx

  15. belicheck's cheat codes says: Nov 19, 2009 2:54 PM

    my god Florio. i think you’ve been spending too much time with your unnamed sources that live in the greater Foxborough area. There is no grey area here. He didn’t have confidence that his defense could stop Peyton et al with a longer field. Faith in his defense making a stop with a short field (gassed as they were) doesn’t even enter the equation. and shocking–SHOCKING!–it is for one of his few good defensive players to step up and spit out typical football jargon. are you just playing up this non-news news angle to get a spot on fox noise?
    And if Mayo thinks having to defend a short field is a ‘challenge’ then how does he see his coach giving him a longer field? disrespectful? mocking? Christ, even tWWL and Peter King wouldn’t pass this off as a news story.

  16. hayward giablommi says: Nov 19, 2009 3:14 PM

    Quite honestly, the way I took it was that he did not have confidence in the defense stopping Peyton Manning.
    Even still, on 1st and goal, I was having flashbacks of the 2003 game, 4 and out, Willie McGinest.

  17. Bdrunk says: Nov 19, 2009 3:18 PM

    1) It is really dumb to try to make an issue out of Bellycheck’s alleged snub of his defense.
    2) Tedy Bruschi doesn’t seem as loved by the Patriot faithful now that he spoke his mind.
    3) Mayo’s turning out to be quite the team guy now huh? In Bill We Trust indeed.

  18. prophet of the light says: Nov 19, 2009 3:18 PM

    Mayo is young. He is talented. If you trade those kinds of players away, you are an idiot.
    Brady is on the downside of his career. He’s great, but what a team would give up for him would be well over his actual value.

  19. SteveC says: Nov 19, 2009 3:20 PM

    Jerod is a class act me and him went to the same high school and there was no question from day 1 he was gonna be a beast…Its good to see someone from the 757 have a good head on his shoulders *cough* Vick, Buress and Iverson

  20. pubobby2004 says: Nov 19, 2009 3:23 PM

    All we can conclude from the 4tha nd 2 debate is BB is scared to death of Peyton Manning. and that Brady can’t pick up 2 yards to win the game (AKA – can’t finish). the pats were screwed by the time 4th and 2 came around. no win situation if you can’t make the 3rd down or run out the clock. you can’t leave Peyton 30 seconds, let alone 2 minutes and 3 timeouts. i don’t care where you are on the field…

  21. hayward giablommi says: Nov 19, 2009 3:26 PM

    @ Asswipe
    Honestly, if you want anyone to take you seriously, you need to STFU about the Richard Seymour trade. Just about every move the Pats have made in the last decade to let guys go- at or near the end of their prime- has been proven to be a smart move:
    Lawyer Milloy, Willie McGinest, Damien Woody, Adam Vinatieri, Drew Bledsoe, Ty Law…the list goes on and on.
    Belichick was panned for each and every one of those guys leaving. Tell me, who has been been released from the Patriots that has come back to bite them in the ass? I can’t think of anyone offhand, and there may be someone, but why don’t you enlighten us?
    And for Christssake, getting a top 10 pick in the draft for Seymour is a no-brainer. This has been explained you you a dozen times, and you feel obligated to bring up Tommy Vardell…spare us.

  22. Commish says: Nov 19, 2009 3:28 PM

    The Patriots made some key mistakes that put them in this situation to begin with. An endzone fumble, a pick thrown by Brady. We can discuss 4th & 2-Gate all we want but as a Patriots fan I give credit to the Colts for overcoming such a large margin against a good team. Hats off to them.

  23. DarkHorse81 says: Nov 19, 2009 3:35 PM

    Florio-is-a-tool says:
    November 19, 2009 2:25 PM
    Mayo is a leader along with being a damned good football player.
    Still I wish Belichick hadn’t been out-maneuvered by the Jets (again!) in getting Gholston – that guy is a beast
    ————————————————–
    I agree that Mayo is a pretty damn good player, but the Jets didn’t out maneuver the Pats they out maneuverd them selves, Gholston hasn’t done anything yet and Rex Ryan and the entire JETS organization is still waiting where are you Gholston

  24. Citizen Strange says: Nov 19, 2009 3:40 PM

    Belichick: Sit back down on the bench fellas…. This ain’t your night.
    Patriot Defense: Our night! We coulda taken Manning apart! So what happens? The Colts get home field advantage throughout the playoffs and what do we get? A one-way ticket to Palooka-ville! You was our head coach, BB, you shoulda looked out for us a little bit. You shoulda taken care of us just a little bit so we wouldn’t have to take them Wild Card dives for the short-end money.
    Belichick: Oh, we’ll make the playoffs. You’ll see some money.
    Patriot Defense: You don’t understand. We coulda had class. We coulda been a contender. We coulda been somebody, instead of bums, which is what we are, let’s face it. It was you, BB.

  25. Richm2256 says: Nov 19, 2009 3:43 PM

    I feel bad for Tedy ….. he’s in the awkward position of knowing his coach was actually challenging his defense, but he can’t say so without looking like an a$$kisser. So he takes the “popular” view, since that’s what people want to hear him say.
    Et tu, Bruschi?

  26. rusH1023 says: Nov 19, 2009 4:07 PM

    Florio-is-a-tool says:
    Mayo is a leader along with being a damned good football player.
    Still I wish Belichick hadn’t been out-maneuvered by the Jets (again!) in getting Gholston – that guy is a beast.
    ______________________________________________
    I don’t know you or your sense of humor, but I really, really hope this is a joke. If not, you might be the dumbest football fan on the face of the Earth.

  27. hayward giablommi says: Nov 19, 2009 4:11 PM

    I believe Florio-is-a-tool was being facetious, fellas.

  28. Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says: Nov 19, 2009 4:14 PM

    To hayward:
    Belichick’s top 10 draft pick record:
    ’91 Eric Turner S (2nd)
    ’92 “Touchdown Tommy Vardell Fullback (9th)
    ’95 Antonio Langham CB (9th)
    ’01 Richard Seymour DT-DE (6th)
    ’08 Jerrod Mayo LB (10th)
    Looks pretty iffy to me that the top 10 pick from Oakland will even return a Pro Bowl player. Much less another Richard Seymour…you have just as good a chance to end up with an overrated fullback. LOL.

  29. OrtonsNeckBeard says: Nov 19, 2009 4:51 PM

    I don’t get it, doesn’t it mean you trust the d Morris you are willing to possibly give them a shorter field to defend?

  30. Juan says: Nov 19, 2009 4:58 PM

    Florio-is-a-tool says:
    Mayo is a leader along with being a damned good football player.
    Still I wish Belichick hadn’t been out-maneuvered by the Jets (again!) in getting Gholston – that guy is a beast.
    ____________________________________
    obviously it’s a joke, guys.

  31. deepthreat says: Nov 19, 2009 5:02 PM

    The Jets out-maneuvered us for Rex Ryan, too.
    You know Kraft would have fired Belichick for a chance to get Ryan.

  32. Richm2256 says: Nov 19, 2009 5:06 PM

    Since this sems to be your favorite subject lately, I thought I’d ask you what you thought Seymour’s chances are for the Pro Bowl this year?
    Sit down, shut up.

  33. CornFlorio says: Nov 19, 2009 5:27 PM

    Kiss Bills Rings says:
    November 19, 2009 2:35 PM
    This whole media speculation is so stupid…Bills decision to go for it was based on having to pick up 2 yds with one of the best offenses in the NFL & IF the ball waqs caught clean the game was over & Bill is the most brilliant coach alive….I love how the media spins everything Bill does into some empty drama that seems to entertain the ignorant masses about anything Patriots related…..
    Bill & the Patriots will use this loss as a catalist to running the gammit & not losing another game….the Patriots PROVED that they can go anywhere & compete with any of the better teams in the league & I look forward to watching them play for a first round bye in the post season…..
    _________
    More like they will have to play the first week…and promptly get exposed as a team that can’t beat a GOOD team, since they haven’t beaten ANYONE of merit this year yet, KissBillsDick.
    Maybe PoorMORON2256 and haywoodjablowtheentirepatsteam will let you join in their little man-on-man action and you can make it a three-way. LOSERS!!! LMFAO!!!

  34. hayward giablommi says: Nov 19, 2009 5:30 PM

    Asswipe:
    I’ve come to the conclusion that your sole purpose is to get a rise out of Patriots/Belichick supporters.
    Nobody would be stupid enough to bring the arguments you have on such a repeated and consistant basis.
    Well played, sir.

  35. Richm2256 says: Nov 19, 2009 5:42 PM

    Asswipe, I keep telling you that the more you post, the dumber you look.
    You’ve just taken yourself to a whole new level of stupid.
    You post 5 draft picks of Belichick’s, and THREE of them are from his Cleveland Browns days.
    The guy has been to four, count ‘em FOUR, Super Bowls since coming to New England and has won three of them.
    And you want to pin three draft picks from Cleveland in the 90s on him?
    Idiot is too good of a name for you.
    Here’s a homework assignment for you if you want to be taken seriously here: Make a list of the first 5 draft Picks taken in each of the Belichick/Patriots drafts (2000 – 2009) and list each of their names in this thread. Let’s see how many of those guys have played in a Super Bowl or are still on this team or in the league. Might see a few names you forgot on your “list”.
    Come back when you actually know what the hell you’re talking about instead of just posting half-a$$ anti-Patriots drivel.
    When you get your $hit together, THEN you’ll be smart enough to be called “stupid”.

  36. JPlosmanHOF says: Nov 19, 2009 6:00 PM

    @danlinker
    did u ever stop and think its not about the confidence in the defense, but the confidence in the offense? bill has so much confidence in his offense that he thought tom and the guys could get them that yard and then close it out. theyve done it before plenty of times. he probably didnt even think about his defense, he knows its a solid unit and hes faced peyton with worse defenses and came out on top.
    @ everybody. why is it that everybody (outside of pats fans) loves to pick everything bill does apart? hes just a coach, doing his thing, winning games, turning players into more than they should be, being a massive dick at times. so what? i dont get this fascination with dissecting the guy. hes not complicated. he will do anything to win even if its borderline “illegal” based on the sports rules, thats it. hes a winner, he gets it done, and no, hes not the only coach to film games, or anything like that. just like barry bonds wasnt the first to use steroids the way ESPN loves to paint it, bills not the first to do any camera trickery. this seems to be where everybody really piled on the guy. at first he was beloved then he became infamous. ESPN shouts about him so much that people cant help but acknowledge it. and on that topic, my HIGHSCHOOL coach had my friends dad out there filming ppls games, and these games dont matter. highschool! so people are naive to think bills the only guy who has secret film guys out there, there is so much at stake for these ppl involved that of course bills not the only “mastermind” out there doing shady things.
    and im a Buffalo fan (yeeeah yeaah i hate T.O too) im just sick of this “lets team up on bill and the pats” bullshit. bills actually pretty funny if u just let him be and watch how seriously he takes himself and the way he snubs every coach whether he wins or loses and even his ex players. then he wears a hawaiian shirt on draft day or something to show hes got a personality. hes hilarious.

  37. shamalamadingdong says: Nov 19, 2009 6:04 PM

    Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says:
    November 19, 2009 4:14 PM
    To hayward:
    Belichick’s top 10 draft pick record:
    ’91 Eric Turner S (2nd)
    ’92 “Touchdown Tommy Vardell Fullback (9th)
    ’95 Antonio Langham CB (9th)
    ’01 Richard Seymour DT-DE (6th)
    ’08 Jerrod Mayo LB (10th)
    Looks pretty iffy to me that the top 10 pick from Oakland will even return a Pro Bowl player. Much less another Richard Seymour…you have just as good a chance to end up with an overrated fullback. LOL.
    Everybody knows Belichick doesn’t show up in the draft room until round 6.
    If he put just a little more effort into the draft, our record over the past 10 years wouldn’t be so spotty (108 wins 45 losses, 3 Super Bowls, 4 AFC championships, and 6 division championships). Lazy prick.
    Thanks for shining a light on Belichicks obvious incompetance Asswipe.

  38. patriotscpfc says: Nov 19, 2009 6:08 PM

    I’d recommend ignoring 2007 on the 00-09 draft list.
    I think there is a whole 1 left. Future All-Pro Brandon Meriweather.

  39. bonecity7 says: Nov 19, 2009 6:09 PM

    haywood,
    there’s a term for guys like asswipe, chapnasty, danlinker, etc……TROLL!!
    This site is loaded with ‘em!! Too bad…..this place would be so much better if people could just share opinions without all the bullshit!!

  40. shamalamadingdong says: Nov 19, 2009 6:13 PM

    CornFlorio says:
    November 19, 2009 5:27 PM
    Kiss Bills Rings says:
    November 19, 2009 2:35 PM
    This whole media speculation is so stupid…Bills decision to go for it was based on having to pick up 2 yds with one of the best offenses in the NFL & IF the ball waqs caught clean the game was over & Bill is the most brilliant coach alive….I love how the media spins everything Bill does into some empty drama that seems to entertain the ignorant masses about anything Patriots related…..
    Bill & the Patriots will use this loss as a catalist to running the gammit & not losing another game….the Patriots PROVED that they can go anywhere & compete with any of the better teams in the league & I look forward to watching them play for a first round bye in the post season…..
    _________
    More like they will have to play the first week…and promptly get exposed as a team that can’t beat a GOOD team, since they haven’t beaten ANYONE of merit this year yet, KissBillsDick.
    Maybe PoorMORON2256 and haywoodjablowtheentirepatsteam will let you join in their little man-on-man action and you can make it a three-way. LOSERS!!! LMFAO!!!
    Did a bunch of Patriot fans pull a train on your mom at a recent tailgate party or what? You seem very angry. It helps to talk it out.

  41. Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says: Nov 19, 2009 6:42 PM

    shamalamadingdong says:
    “Everybody knows Belichick doesn’t show up in the draft room until round 6.”
    That’s pretty accurate when without that round 6 pick (Brady), Belichick has a losing record with just 52 wins and 61 losses.
    That’s what help makes the Seymour trade so bad…your Brady window in New England is about 3-4 more years. Then the team is back to “those” Patriots…just another team lead by just another losing coach (52-61) and a no-name quarterback.

  42. buzzbissinger says: Nov 19, 2009 6:54 PM

    If any of you second-guessing slapdicks had half of the knowledge you profess to have, you would be, at the very least, coaching a high school team, and Belecheck wouldv’e been bounced a while ago.
    Now get back to Redtube!

  43. Bill Cowher's Chin says: Nov 19, 2009 7:09 PM

    This whole argument is stupid. Using the rationale of most of the people posting, as well as the media, going for it on 4th down, means no confidence in the defense. So that also means, that if Bill punted, that means he has no confidence in the offense, right?
    We all know that New England’s offense, is a hell of a lot more talented than that defense. I have zero expectation for them to ever make a big play when it is needed. AFC Championship against the Colts, the Super Bowl against the Giants, and the game on sun night. They all have one tihng in common, the defense had a chance to win the game, and all 3 times, they failed………

  44. Richm2256 says: Nov 19, 2009 8:02 PM

    Only an idiot would call a coach with three Super Bowl rings as a head coach, a “loser”.
    Asswipe, come up and claim your prize.
    Can anybody on this site tatke this moron seriously when he call Bill Belichick “just another losing coach”?
    You would absolutely blow the owner of your favorite team if it would get him to sign Bill Belichick from New England…… you would likely swallow, to get Tom Brady as well.

  45. Hoagz says: Nov 20, 2009 2:49 AM

    My god, still a lot of immature football fans with anger issues posting here. To all those Belichick bashers, sorry to see jealousy overrules common sense in your sad little lives!
    A true football fan enjoyed that game regardless of a good or bad coaching decision, not spew out hatred like some low-life posters out there!

  46. shamalamadingdong says: Nov 20, 2009 7:57 AM

    Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says:
    November 19, 2009 6:42 PM
    shamalamadingdong says:
    “Everybody knows Belichick doesn’t show up in the draft room until round 6.”
    That’s pretty accurate when without that round 6 pick (Brady), Belichick has a losing record with just 52 wins and 61 losses.
    That’s what help makes the Seymour trade so bad…your Brady window in New England is about 3-4 more years. Then the team is back to “those” Patriots…just another team lead by just another losing coach (52-61) and a no-name quarterback.
    You’re referring to Belechick’s draft choices from 15 years ago, now you’re projecting 4 years from now. WTF?
    Your my favorite Patriot troll on the board Asswipe (your Re-run link was awesome), because you at least bring something fresh to the hatefest; unlike the “Cornflorio/Matt Walsh/Hey everybody I’m off my meds” crowd. Keep firing brother!
    Also, honorable mention to Citizen Strange and his On the Waterfront bit earlier in the thread. Funny.

  47. pubobby2004 says: Nov 20, 2009 8:18 AM

    yeah, BB is confident in his D… against 30 other QB’s. not against Peyton. He owns you now. looks like the pats are in those dreaded rebuilding years… are you going with bradford, mccoy, or tebow?

  48. Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says: Nov 20, 2009 9:55 AM

    shamalamadingdong says:
    “Your my favorite Patriot troll on the board Asswipe (your Re-run link was awesome), because you at least bring something fresh to the hatefest; unlike the “Cornflorio/Matt Walsh/Hey everybody I’m off my meds” crowd. Keep firing brother!”
    Thanks man, I try…

  49. CornFlorio says: Nov 20, 2009 10:04 AM

    shamalamadingdong says:
    November 20, 2009 7:57 AM
    Asswipe Johnson (Pronounced Az-Wee-Pay) says:
    November 19, 2009 6:42 PM
    shamalamadingdong says:
    “Everybody knows Belichick doesn’t show up in the draft room until round 6.”
    That’s pretty accurate when without that round 6 pick (Brady), Belichick has a losing record with just 52 wins and 61 losses.
    That’s what help makes the Seymour trade so bad…your Brady window in New England is about 3-4 more years. Then the team is back to “those” Patriots…just another team lead by just another losing coach (52-61) and a no-name quarterback.
    You’re referring to Belechick’s draft choices from 15 years ago, now you’re projecting 4 years from now. WTF?
    Your my favorite Patriot troll on the board Asswipe (your Re-run link was awesome), because you at least bring something fresh to the hatefest; unlike the “Cornflorio/Matt Walsh/Hey everybody I’m off my meds” crowd. Keep firing brother!
    Also, honorable mention to Citizen Strange and his On the Waterfront bit earlier in the thread. Funny.
    ____________
    Keep on dreaming, suckalottadingdongs!
    I will ALWAYS be better than you, loser. You and the rest of your lame ass Pats fan sycophants will once again disappear into the Ethernet mists once your team completes its inevitable and already begun decline. Come back when your team has beaten ANYONE of consequence this year. Beating teams who are hovering just above .500 or are significantly below it proves little beyond the fact that your team is mediocre at best. Losing to a pathetic team like the Jets cements this even more.
    LMFAO at you New England fool fans.

  50. CornFlorio says: Nov 20, 2009 10:08 AM

    Richm2256 says:
    November 19, 2009 8:02 PM
    Only an idiot would call a coach with three Super Bowl rings as a head coach, a “loser”.
    Asswipe, come up and claim your prize.
    Can anybody on this site tatke this moron seriously when he call Bill Belichick “just another losing coach”?
    You would absolutely blow the owner of your favorite team if it would get him to sign Bill Belichick from New England…… you would likely swallow, to get Tom Brady as well.
    __________
    Nah, the rest of us don’t engage in the favorite activities of you gay male New England poofters…especially the part where you all end up legally marrying each other after finding compatibility in your mutual cawk slurping activities. So, did you all line up and take turns servicing Robert Kraft or did you just take it upon yourself to be the Designated BJ Giver for the entire male portion of the Kraft family? Must have been the tipping point to keep them in Foxborough instead of moving to Hartford.

  51. shamalamadingdong says: Nov 20, 2009 11:34 AM

    CornFlorio says:
    You would absolutely blow the owner of your favorite team if it would get him to sign Bill Belichick from New England…… you would likely swallow, to get Tom Brady as well.
    __________
    Nah, the rest of us don’t engage in the favorite activities of you gay male New England poofters…especially the part where you all end up legally marrying each other after finding compatibility in your mutual cawk slurping activities. So, did you all line up and take turns servicing Robert Kraft or did you just take it upon yourself to be the Designated BJ Giver for the entire male portion of the Kraft family? Must have been the tipping point to keep them in Foxborough instead of moving to Hartford.

  52. CornFlorio says: Nov 20, 2009 2:05 PM

    What’s wrong, sucksalotofdingdongs? You can’t get a simple cut-and-paste thing right? Are you that dense or did you just get too flustered after you read my comeback and slip on the foam coming out of your mouth (or was that remnants of Belichick’s manjuice)?
    Par for the course for a New England MORON like you. LMFAO!!!!

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