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Belichick won’t comment on Broncos mess

Bill Belichek

A tumultuous weekend in Denver following “Spygate II” culminated in a Broncos loss to the Rams.

Florio’s take on the matter is in his weekly Ten-Pack, and he’s not the only one that believes the Broncos got off relatively easy from the incident.   McDaniels wouldn’t address the situation any further after the game (or Monday) and it’s no surprise McD’s former boss has taken the same approach.

“I’m really focused on the Jets,” Bill Belichick said Monday when asked about the Broncos.

It may not be the last time Belichick is asked about what happened in Denver, but we suspect he’ll give the same response if asked again.

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29 Responses to “Belichick won’t comment on Broncos mess”
  1. hobartbaker says: Nov 29, 2010 3:33 PM

    “Josh? Which one was he, the older brother or the younger brother?”.

  2. bbb82 says: Nov 29, 2010 3:45 PM

    “I’m really focused on the Jets,” Bill Belichick said Monday when asked about the Broncos.

    I think what he meant to say was, “MY CAMERA is really focused on the Jets,”

  3. footballsavant says: Nov 29, 2010 3:46 PM

    Got to love Belichick’s legacy even *more* permanently stained.

  4. touchdownroddywhite says: Nov 29, 2010 4:03 PM

    I don’t understand how Belichick’s legacy would be any worse for the wear cause some guy who found himself in hot water tried to throw somebody else under the bus to take the attention off himself.

  5. all4patriots says: Nov 29, 2010 4:04 PM

    to recap: An assistant working for the Broncos cheated. The Broncos broke the rules (AGAIN, if you are keeping track, since they previously violated salary cap rules).

    The video assistant who did the cheating had been hired away from the Jets. So the Broncos cheated (AGAIN) and the villain was a guy they got from Mangini and the Jets. Yet half the focus seems to be upon the Patriots? That is weird. Get over the jealousy. The Pats can rebuild and be 9-2 in the midst of the rebuilding project. Why? Because their leaders are good and smart.

  6. giablommi says: Nov 29, 2010 4:08 PM

    Why would he? I fail to see what this newest attempt at a witch hunt has anything to do whatsoever with Belichick or New England, nor do I care.

    But if you insist, go ahead and piss BB off, let’s see the Patriots reel off some 2007-esque, 50+ point destruction, beginning next Monday against the Jesters.

    That, of course, is what the thoroughly brainwashed, Pavlovian Patriots haters are too stupid to realize…a pissed off Belichick only leads to further Patriot domination.

  7. PFTiswhatitis says: Nov 29, 2010 4:10 PM

    footballsavant or idiotsavant? Belichick is a HOF coach. No idiot can stain his accomplishments.

  8. ampats says: Nov 29, 2010 4:13 PM

    To the first three comments posted above,

    9-2 Keep hating since you teams will be home for the playoffs

  9. jjackwagon says: Nov 29, 2010 4:42 PM

    ampats,

    That would be since “your” teams will be home for the playoffs.
    I know they don’t use the letter “r” around New England in spoken english but they still use it when writing don’t they? Or did Baaaston just remove that letter from the alphabet altogether?

    Never trust a cheater or in your vernacular “Cheataa”. If he did it before he will do it again and is probably cheating at this moment.

  10. tim1999 says: Nov 29, 2010 4:45 PM

    Belichick’s distain for the media is why “Spygate” was blown completely out of porportion. Sports media has no more legitmacy than news media does. It’s all about agendas and who kisses what backside.

  11. giablommi says: Nov 29, 2010 5:07 PM

    jjackwagon says:

    “That would be since “your” teams will be home for the playoffs.
    I know they don’t use the letter “r” around New England in spoken english but they still use it when writing don’t they? Or did Baaaston just remove that letter from the alphabet altogether?”
    ^^^^^
    Since you’re such a stickler for grammar, jackoff, you should be advised that “English” is spelled with a capital “E”.

    By the way, you are neither clever nor funny. That jealousy is clearly burning a hole in you… ever consider therapy?

  12. Deb says: Nov 29, 2010 5:37 PM

    One thing I admire about Belichick–he knows how to say “No Comment” and stick to it. Sure wish he’d drummed that into Nick Saban’s head and we wouldn’t still be hearing from those whiny Dolphins fans.

  13. bradysbitch says: Nov 29, 2010 6:00 PM

    #
    jjackwagon says: Nov 29, 2010 4:42 PM

    ampats,

    That would be since “your” teams will be home for the playoffs.
    I know they don’t use the letter “r” around New England in spoken english but they still use it when writing don’t they? Or did Baaaston just remove that letter from the alphabet altogether?

    Never trust a cheater or in your vernacular “Cheataa”. If he did it before he will do it again and is probably cheating at this moment.
    ===============================

    You are a douche. It was a freaking typo. Get over yourself.

    BTW, this had NOTHING to do with the Patriots. We are focused on the Jets. It is what it is.

  14. ampats says: Nov 29, 2010 6:01 PM

    giablommi,

    Funny how he has nothing to say except for commenting on a typo.

    jjackwagon another loser on PFT.

  15. bradysbitch says: Nov 29, 2010 6:04 PM

    Deb,

    Are you sure you are a Steeler fan? You seem way too rational, or maybe you are just smart enough to see through the crap that the media tries to force feed us. Too bad others aren’t like you. Maybe its because us girls have the ability to use rational thinking and decide things for ourselves…..

  16. hairpie says: Nov 29, 2010 6:37 PM

    Lets recap… the former head of video operations for the JETS, is caught cheating while with the BRONCOS and Belichick…. wait…. what????

  17. giablommi says: Nov 29, 2010 6:38 PM

    @ ampats

    They are running out of excuses as to why their team gets crushed year in, year out.

    I guess I’d be pissed if I were one of them too, just hope I’d have enough dignity not to embarrass myself for the world to see.

  18. db105 says: Nov 29, 2010 7:03 PM

    Funny how New England is rebuilding and 9-2 and people still think they are cheating. The Patriots are still an elite franchise after all the controversy. Sucks for the rest of the NFL.

  19. nockinon7sdoor says: Nov 29, 2010 7:05 PM

    I agree with Deb. BB knows how to keep himself and his team focused on the task at hand. Love him or hate him, he is a winner (at least as long as Tom Brady is behind center). Hats off to the Pats and their coach for their humbling victory over the Steelers. Hope the Steelers fare better in the rematch in the AFC Championship game…

  20. 8man says: Nov 29, 2010 7:28 PM

    Nothing to see here.

    The important stuff happens next Monday night.

  21. pftisbecominglame says: Nov 29, 2010 7:45 PM

    @ Deb

    #1. Why you would bring the Dolphins up in a post that has nothing to do with them is beyond me…

    #2 Why you, a member of the whiniest fan base in the universe, would even MENTION the word whiny, is also beyond me. I had some respect for you until that point. Your comments are typically insightful, albeit filled with the typical Stealer tears about how Harrison is a pillar in his community, a stand up guy really, and how Ben didn’t rape those girls because they didn’t have it on videotape for you to see (or whatever blah blah drivel fell out of your toothless mouth). Unfortunately, here you have undone any credibility you MIGHT have had.

    For real, stick to the topics you know something about. I suggest rapist apologizing and explaining why a dirty player isn’t a dirty player simply because he wears black and gold.

  22. laxer37 says: Nov 29, 2010 7:53 PM

    giablommi says:

    “I fail to see what this newest attempt at a witch hunt has anything to do whatsoever with Belichick or New England.”

    ————————————————–

    It’s not really a “witch hunt” when Belichick and the Patriots admitted wrong doing. Strange how Pats fans have erased this from their memories and now view themselves as the victims.

  23. Deb says: Nov 29, 2010 7:58 PM

    @bradysbitch …

    Thanks, but I definitely bleed black and gold. When the Spygate story first broke, I sputtered and hopped around like everyone else for a week or so until all the details came out. We’ve been on the receiving end of similar stuff. That’s what happens when you’re a winning team in a 24/7 news cycle. The talking heads need to justify their existence. No sooner had the Saints put their trophy in the case than everyone was blathering about coaches and Vicodin. Just the way of the world now.

    Of course, as a Bama fan, it’s killing me to apply all that nice presumption of innocence stuff to Auburn LOL

  24. giablommi says: Nov 29, 2010 8:51 PM

    “It’s not really a “witch hunt” when Belichick and the Patriots admitted wrong doing. Strange how Pats fans have erased this from their memories and now view themselves as the victims.”
    ^^^^^
    When a hometown tabloid newspaper is breaking stories consisting of completely unfounded, unproven fabrications put forth by a disgruntled, disgraced former employee 48 hours before the biggest game in the history of the franchise, then it is safe to say that “witch hunt” criteria have been satisfied.

  25. mborz says: Nov 29, 2010 9:04 PM

    giablommi said: But if you insist, go ahead and piss BB off, let’s see the Patriots reel off some 2007-esque, 50+ point destruction, beginning next Monday against the Jesters.

    That, of course, is what the thoroughly brainwashed, Pavlovian Patriots haters are too stupid to realize…a pissed off Belichick only leads to further Patriot domination.

    ===========

    Wow, that’s awesome that Bill and the Patriots can just decide when they’re going to crush someone then go ahead and do it.

    Wonder why didn’t he decide to crush the Giants that year in the Super Bowl?

  26. radrntn says: Nov 29, 2010 9:31 PM

    actions speak louder then words….belladick taught him evthing he knows on how to cheat

  27. gregjenningsbrokenleg says: Nov 29, 2010 10:39 PM

    Any side you take on cheating in the NFL is subjective. You can talk about stealing signals (Pats), the steroid era (Steelers), pumping noise into a stadium (Colts), player tampering (every other NFL team) and it doesn’t really matter in the end. As witnessed by the scoreboard in the only game that this would have been involved with, you still need to go out there and execute.

  28. tireswing26 says: Nov 29, 2010 11:54 PM

    It’s not really a “witch hunt” when Belichick and the Patriots admitted wrong doing. Strange how Pats fans have erased this from their memories and now view themselves as the victims.

    ———–

    Holy revisionist history. The Patriots never hid the fact they filmed other team’s signals. The Pats were punished for continuing to film signals from the sidelines after the NFL sent a memo to all 32 teams about filming signals from the sidelines. The issue was not the filming, but the position of the camera (on the sidelines rather than in a booth or in the stands).

    Somehow, that fact was lost and a witch hunt has continued over the Patriots’ supposedly tainted Super Bowls. The only thing tainted about them is the angle at which the signals were captured, not the filming itself.

    McDaniels is in hot water for something different. First, his staff member filmed the 49ers walkthrough and, second, he hid it from the NFL. In comparison, the Patriots did neither.

  29. funkylovemonkey says: Nov 30, 2010 2:49 AM

    I think what is more interesting is how quick the NFL is to sweep this under the rug. Remember back when the NFL destroyed all the tapes from the Patriots almost immediately after receiving them? Then with this, the NFL announced “Nothing to see here” before they possibly could have investigated anything and were more then happy to let one person take the blame despite the preposterous story Denver came up with. One guy taping on his own in an isolated incident? What, for his personal use? (“What can I say? I just love watching practice and walkthroughs…) The NFL has devoted more time and manpower to investigating whether Brett Favre texted a picture of his penis to someone.

    The eagerness for the NFL to dismiss these things is in itself suspicious.

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