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Michael Irvin wants to add Belichick’s name to the Lombardi Trophy

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Hall of Fame wide receiver Michael Irvin knows how hard it is to win three Super Bowls, because he’s done it. And he says he’s so impressed with Patriots coach Bill Belichick winning three Super Bowls that the NFL should rename the trophy that goes to the Super Bowl winner and put Belichick’s name on it.

Irvin told the Boston Herald that if he had his way, he’d change the name of the Vince Lombardi Trophy to recognize Belichick as well.

“I think the world of Belichick,” Irvin said. “I told him this, ‘Man, if it was up to me, that trophy would be called the Lombardi/Belichick.’ I don’t care what they think. It would be called the Lombardi/Belichick. That’s how good he is to do what he’s doing in this day and age, what the league is now. I would call it the Lombardi/Belichick.”

The trophy given to the Super Bowl winners was just referred to as the “world championship trophy” for the first four years of its existence, but when Vince Lombardi — who led the Packers to victory in Super Bowls I and II — died in 1970, the name was changed to the Vince Lombardi Trophy, starting with Super Bowl V. Honoring Lombardi wasn’t just about recognizing his multiple titles, it was also about his role as one of the towering figures in the NFL during the era when the Super Bowl became America’s biggest annual sporting event.

If we’re going to add Belichick’s name, why not also add the name of four-time Super Bowl-winning coach Chuck Noll? Or three-time Super Bowl-winning coaches Bill Walsh and Joe Gibbs? Or two-time Super Bowl-winning coaches Jimmy Johnson, Tom Coughlin, Mike Shanahan, Tom Flores, Tom Landry and Don Shula? Maybe we should call it the Lombardi/Belichick/ Noll/Walsh/ Gibbs/Johnson/ Coughlin/Shanahan/Flores/ Landry/Shula Trophy.

Actually, I think Vince Lombardi Trophy sounds better.

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  1. rpiotr01 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:39 AM

    That settles it – Irvin is back on the rock.

  2. jessieboom says: Aug 2, 2012 9:40 AM

    Ugh……

  3. grpatriot says: Aug 2, 2012 9:41 AM

    Name it after BB’s boat..5 Rings?

  4. zaggs says: Aug 2, 2012 9:41 AM

    In regards to Coughlin, what if he wins another Super Bowl, or another two? Lust leave it with Lombardi.

  5. hulkhogansays says: Aug 2, 2012 9:42 AM

    Apparently “it” is a hell of a drug brother.

  6. realnflmaster says: Aug 2, 2012 9:42 AM

    Stupid idea. Maybe they should make a new trophy, that resembles a video camera and hand it out to the team that gets caught cheating the most throughout the season, and name it after him.

  7. sj39 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:43 AM

    It would have to have an asterik after his name. Why is everyone so quick to forget about the cheating?

  8. redskinpotatoes says: Aug 2, 2012 9:43 AM

    We should also rename offensive pass interference an “Irvin” penalty.

  9. thrillhouse763 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:43 AM

    Sounds like Michael is back on the “white stuff.”

  10. benh999 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:43 AM

    Let’s call it the Michael Irvin Trophy and it will be filled with grade-A yayo.

  11. hooahitsnotatomthing says: Aug 2, 2012 9:43 AM

    Honestly, when I read the headline, I thought this nonsense came from the NFL AM show.

    The Lombardi throphy is perfect. Leave it alone!

  12. flash1283 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:44 AM

    Great, this will bring all the haters (jealous fans of other teams, YES that’s what you are) out!

  13. jonsey2028 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:44 AM

    Micheal Irivin smoking that rock again.

  14. abninf says: Aug 2, 2012 9:44 AM

    But he’s lost two Superbowls to a mediocre team.

  15. selgaeinla says: Aug 2, 2012 9:45 AM

    Lombardi / BeliCheat trophy.

  16. PriorKnowledge says: Aug 2, 2012 9:45 AM

    Belichick won 3 super bowls with the same QB. Joe Gibbs won 3 super bowls with 3 different QB’s!! Gibbs deserves that recognition more than Belichick.

  17. transam7816 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:45 AM

    When Brady retires..so will Belichick. Figure it out

  18. blackqbwhiterb says: Aug 2, 2012 9:45 AM

    I think he won 5 championships in 9 years, if I’m correct…Not Belichick, not even my guy Joe Gibbs, or Walsh, or Noll, nobody in the NFL but Lombardi has done that, have they?
    Nice sentiment for a great coach, but really, we’re not actually gonna go there, are we??

  19. Punk says: Aug 2, 2012 9:45 AM

    Irvin is implying that Belichick’s footprint on football is every bit as large as Lombardi’s footprint.

    Lombardi brought football coaching into the professional age. Belichick took it to its next level of evolution.

    Its an oversimplified view, but I don’t think his point is wrong.

  20. garrisjs says: Aug 2, 2012 9:45 AM

    Thank you for mentioning Joe Gibbs in your post! He is the only coach to win 3 SuperBowls with 3 different QBs and 3 different RBs.
    I doubt that feat will ever be repeated.

    The fact that he came back and coached the Redskins to the playoffs TWICE under Dan Snyder’s ownership might be even more impressive (and, sadly for me, could be another feat that will never be repeated)

  21. lbpackfan says: Aug 2, 2012 9:46 AM

    Ahhhh yes, lets get Bellychunks name on the trophy…they can engrave a little video camera next to his name as well. Do it!!!

  22. jbowman374 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:46 AM

    Crack.

  23. bjerols says: Aug 2, 2012 9:47 AM

    besides they would have to add the * to it, the Lombardi-Belichick* Trophy, for his cheating and tainted SBs

  24. bettmanblows says: Aug 2, 2012 9:47 AM

    I think Irvin has switched from snorting cocaine to smoking crack!

  25. Carl Gerbschmidt says: Aug 2, 2012 9:47 AM

    That’s blasphemy.

  26. Carl Gerbschmidt says: Aug 2, 2012 9:47 AM

    Also, Irvin is dumb.

  27. Getoffmylawn! says: Aug 2, 2012 9:47 AM

    Cocaine is a helluva drug.

  28. raiderlyfe510 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:48 AM

    LOL, might as well add Al Davis, Bill Walsh, Chuck Knoll, and Joe Gibbs to the trophy as well.

  29. mazenblue says: Aug 2, 2012 9:48 AM

    How bout that, Rex.

  30. mjbulls45 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:49 AM

    yeah but he was caught cheating,

    and it was a HUGE advantage,

    if it was NOT , then why did the commish DESTROY THE TAPES AND EVIDENCE

    someone tell me in AMERICAN or WORLD HISTORY when someone has destroyed evidence that was deemed real and credible ,

    regardless of guilty or innocent,

    if ANYONES NAME SHOULD BE ON…

    it should be JOHN MADDEN – pioneer for the game, highest winning percentage, commentator, great guy, the video game, the whole 9

    ambassador , etc…

    MADDEN. and yes I will be picking up my copy in about 3 weeks – get ready boys…

  31. daryllh says: Aug 2, 2012 9:49 AM

    It’s sad to see Michael doing coke again.

  32. bordner says: Aug 2, 2012 9:49 AM

    Why stop there? Only 28 coaches in the history of the NFL have won a Super Bowl – why not put all of their names on it? It would be the Lombardi / Ewbank / Stram / McCafferty / Landry / Shula / Noll / Madden / Flores / Walsh / Gibbs / Ditka / Parcells / Seifert / Johnson / Switzer / Holmgren / Shanahan / Vermeil / Billick / Belichick / Gruden / Cowher / Dungy / Coughlin / Tomlin / Payton / McCarthy Trophy.

    That pretty much rolls off the tongue.

  33. raqaiw says: Aug 2, 2012 9:50 AM

    More fellating of a known cheater. Why not just rename it the Bill Belichick League?

  34. pft13 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:51 AM

    Amen

  35. garrand57 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:51 AM

    Mr. Irvin points out that he’s impressed with what Bill has done in this day & age, it’s far more impressive to be able to build a dynasty now than in the 70′s/80′s/90′s. I believe he’s also hinting at the fact that Bill’s role has been much more important since he hasn’t had the talent that the other coaches on your cute little list had.

  36. dannyocean83 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:51 AM

    Let Belichick win 3 rings without video surveillance, and then we can really shoot down Irvin’s idiotic opinion.

  37. bigwinintx says: Aug 2, 2012 9:52 AM

    Put the pipe down Mike…

    Just because you’ve got a man crush doesn’t mean we need to rewrite history.

    Lombardi is and will always be the measuring stick for great coaches.

  38. blue18hutthutt says: Aug 2, 2012 9:52 AM

    Terrible idea – why tarnish the integrity of a championship ideal with the stain of a cheater and under-handed snake?

  39. ravenseattheirownpoop says: Aug 2, 2012 9:53 AM

    Yeah, what a great idea Michael! Reward a guy who cheated to win his 3 championships. How many has he won since they took his videos away? I got a better idea. Put Chuck Knolls name on the trophy. He won four and didn’t have to cheat!!

  40. patsfanvt says: Aug 2, 2012 9:54 AM

    It’s not just about the number of super bowls for Belichick. You have to consider the salary cap era, the consistent winning and contending every year, and his success as a defensive coordinator for the Giants. I am a Pats fan though.

  41. unbreakable02215 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:54 AM

    Why Mike ? 2 words. Free Agency. As I’ve said
    in the past, the Giants won their 2 trophies
    under Coughlin DESPITE him. Belichick has been
    to the Superbowl 8 times as a coach. 8.

  42. NoobTubeTV says: Aug 2, 2012 9:55 AM

    Not until he adds his name to Madden… ;)

  43. rr2000k says: Aug 2, 2012 9:55 AM

    My post will get deleted, if I say what I want to say….

  44. packman80 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:55 AM

    Michael Irvin is an idiot. He has no business being on TV or radio. He’s an incoherant fool.

  45. packerbackernj says: Aug 2, 2012 9:55 AM

    Irvin is officially off the wagon.

  46. nivekred says: Aug 2, 2012 9:56 AM

    What about Chuck Noll? Irving is an idiot!

  47. textermanley says: Aug 2, 2012 9:56 AM

    Only if they name the NFL rehab program after Irvin.

  48. jaxom98 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:57 AM

    How come you’re slighting the first Hispanic coach to win 2 Super Bowls ………….. Tom Flores in your piece, well I know the answer.

  49. steelers4385 says: Aug 2, 2012 10:03 AM

    Even though there has been better coaches than Lombardi along the way it obviously needs to stay for just to many reasons.

  50. habsman says: Aug 2, 2012 10:03 AM

    Three shiney, beautiful, untainted Lombardi/Belicheck trophies safely “TUCKED” away.

    Maybe another one this year?

  51. pynflfan says: Aug 2, 2012 10:04 AM

    Always knew i liked Irvin

  52. lombardisshineinfoxborough says: Aug 2, 2012 10:06 AM

    The jealous haters (mostly jets and colts fans) will come out in droves for this one, but in the end Belichick will be in the discussion as one of, if not the greatest coach of all time. The guy has been in 8 superbowls as a HC or Asst HC/Coordinator and won 5. As for the other great coaches named, none of them had a dynasty in the era of the salary cap. What the Pats have done under BB is remarkable and no objective knowledgeable football fan can argue otherwise. That said, let’s just leave the trophy named as is!

  53. raiderlyfe510 says: Aug 2, 2012 10:06 AM

    To Michael Irvin’s defense Belichick is an all time great championship decorated coach.

    8 Superbowl appearances – as a Head Coach and D Coordinator

    5 Superbowl rings – as a Head Coach and D Coordinator

    As a head coach he’s had two separate winning streaks of 21 games 2003- 2004 and 18 games in 2007.

    While I disagree with The Playmaker. His point is valid.

  54. unbreakable02215 says: Aug 2, 2012 10:07 AM

    For the “folks” who clamor about the “why
    destroyed tapes then” and “unfair advantage”
    nonsense…

    Have you been watching what Goodell just did
    to the Saints ?

    If Goodell deemed there were some sort of
    “unfair advantage” in those tapes that were
    destroyed, Belichick wouldn’t even be coaching
    in the league any more.

  55. ricknau says: Aug 2, 2012 10:12 AM

    You mean the guy who cheated to win? Yeah, sure….he deserves it. If anything, why wouldn’t it be named after the person who’s held it the most?…..Rooney.

  56. sorryimbusypolishingmy6lombardis says: Aug 2, 2012 10:13 AM

    Chuck Noll won 4 Super Bowls in 6 years. If anyone deserves to have their name beside Lombardi’s, it’s surely him. And even I wouldn’t say let’s do that!! Irving is, at best, a complete moron!!!

  57. dgreenfi says: Aug 2, 2012 10:15 AM

    And this ladies and gentlemen is why you don’t let Michael Irvin make important decisions.

  58. sschmiggles says: Aug 2, 2012 10:15 AM

    sj39 says:
    Aug 2, 2012 9:43 AM
    It would have to have an asterik after his name. Why is everyone so quick to forget about the cheating?
    ________________________

    Still blows my mind that filming defensive signals from the sideline is considered “cheating,” but filming defensive signals from the press box is perfectly legal. Look up the rules- that’s all the Patriots were ever caught doing.

    Oh but that’s right, it’s a double-standard because it’s the Patriots, and everyone needs a reason to excuse away the only the team in NFL history to win 3 Super Bowls in 4 years.

    Dude has been to 7 Super Bowls and he doubles as a GM. I don’t think he’s better than Lombardi but he’s easily a top 5 all time head coach, and it’s not over yet. Btw, name me one hall of fame head coach who didn’t have a good QB. They don’t exist. Even Gibbs got Super Bowl heroics from Doug Williams.

  59. bk5931 says: Aug 2, 2012 10:16 AM

    I guess nobody will ever understand or see that BB has never done anything as a coach with Tom Brady at QB.

  60. hornet0123 says: Aug 2, 2012 10:17 AM

    I’m calling total BS on this “it’s harder in the free agency age” crap. If its so hard how come the same teams make it every year for the last 10 or 12 years. It’s a QB league now, have a good qb- make the playoffs. Period. How many playoffs have Brady, Manning, Big Ben, Brees, made. If you got a good one you get in no matter what crap the rest of the team is. Hell the Colts were only one year removed from the super bowl- lose their QB and they’re in the toilet.

  61. kanishj says: Aug 2, 2012 10:17 AM

    The last time I checked, Chuck Noll is the only head coach to win 4 Super Bowls. Oh, and he did it in 6 years.

    Have a nice day.

  62. shackdelrio says: Aug 2, 2012 10:18 AM

    I would ask how the NFL Network can justify employing this idiot but they also have Warren Sapp on the payroll.

  63. indywilson40 says: Aug 2, 2012 10:21 AM

    I would have no problem calling it the Lombardi/Belichick* Trophy.

  64. mrconnors says: Aug 2, 2012 10:23 AM

    Man, a post like this is just inviting the spygate truthers. They’re like flies on crap.

    I’m still waiting for them to tell me how spygate helped the Patriots beat the Panthers in the SB, seeing as how it was the first time they played them under John Fox (thus new signals, spygate is kind of irrelevent if you hadn’t played that team before, is it not?)

    You can apply the same logic to the 01 AFCCG against the Steelers. It was the first time Belichick faced the Steelers since 1996, as an assistant.

  65. discosucs2005 says: Aug 2, 2012 10:26 AM

    It never bothers me when one crazy sportscaster says something crazy (although usually this is the type of thing reserved for Skip Bayless), but what’s really funny bordering on sad is that some Patriots fans are totally on board, and not in the “it’s stupid but it’s my team so whatever” but in the “this seems like a perfectly legitimate thing to do and I don’t think that because I’m a pats fan.”

    If they’re going to name it anything else (and really, why change it?) it should be Shula. 28 coaches have won it all, and less have won multiple, but only won did it without losing, truly an impressive feat. Again, they shouldn’t change it, I’m just saying if they had to. And I’m a 49er fan so I have no Miami love.

  66. kelcjo says: Aug 2, 2012 10:27 AM

    This is so stupid! I am a huge football fan… I mean I literally go through withdrawals during the spring and summer…and I like Michael irvin which makes this really shocking for me. Before I really got into football I knew who Vince Lombardi was.. You could ask me about anyone else and I had no clue, and that prettying much still goes for non football lovers. They all kno who vince Lombardi is.. I just realized who bill belichick was about 4 yrs ago when I met my husband. And I got into football at about the age of 10… And for me to go about 10 yrs and just figure out who the guys is 4 ago… Come on… Ask any non football fan from any where but the new England area and I am pretty sure they would have no clue who you were talking about and if they did it is probably bc of how he cheated… Sorry a super bowl trophy named after a cheater??

  67. grogantomorgan says: Aug 2, 2012 10:27 AM

    Wow this coming from a guy who supports Dez and every other troubled receiver in the game.

    Time for another urine sample Mr.Irvin

  68. kidpresentable says: Aug 2, 2012 10:29 AM

    I get where Irvin is coming from. In this era of free agency, it’s impressive that Belichick has won three Super Bowls and made two more, but if we’re constantly renaming stuff it gets confusing.

    Gold medals would have been known as Carl Lewises which would now be changed to Michael Phelpses after their respective Olympic triumphs. MVP trophies would have formerly been known as Favres and would now be known as Peyton Mannings for the impressive seasons each player had. And a barber’s tools would have formerly been known as a scissors, but would now get called a Michael Irvin after the way he stabbed a teammate in the neck. It just gets confusing. It’s better just to leave things named the way they are.

  69. joshco77 says: Aug 2, 2012 10:35 AM

    I’m shocked he didn’t want to call it the Charles Haley trophy…

  70. jonsey2028 says: Aug 2, 2012 10:36 AM

    Micheal Irvin can’t even string a coherent sentence together, why does anyone take him serious ?

  71. jetny says: Aug 2, 2012 10:41 AM

    Or they could just create a new trophy with Belichick’s name and award it to the biggest, most pompous prick each year

  72. sixjak says: Aug 2, 2012 10:44 AM

    It’s just an opinion and a stupid one at that.

  73. kordogg says: Aug 2, 2012 10:49 AM

    It was his opinion. You all act like its definitely going to happen. I love Bill Belichick because he somehow manages to make something out of seemingly nothing every year. Even when Tom went down in 2008 his team with Cassel was one game shy of missing the playoffs. I don’t think he should be on the trophy but it was just an idea.

  74. commonsensedude says: Aug 2, 2012 10:53 AM

    What Joe Gibbs did by winning three championships as the coach of the Redskins was actually much harder and much more impressive than what Belichick did by winning three rings as Patriots coach. Belichick had Brady, a sure first ballot Hall of Fame Quarterback. Most good coaches who had Brady as their franchise quarterback would have a decent shot at winning at least one ring. He also won each of the three games by a mere three points.

    Gibbs never had a Hall of Fame QB and rarely had a franchise QB for any length of time. He won three rings with three different decent QBs in a nine year span. And he won those games by 10, 32 and 13 points respectively.

  75. rajbais says: Aug 2, 2012 10:53 AM

    Don’t disrespect Bill Walsh that way!!!

    Walsh won ALL his Super Bowls and is the Godfather of today’s offenses because every form of the West Coast Offense is in today’s offenses!!!

    Sid Gilman was the West Coast Offense pioneer, but Walsh took it to another level and became the re-inventor!!!

    Plus, Walsh was a DB coach that became an offensive genius, but Walsh’s name is more appropriate for today’s Super Bowl because he was never as rough on his players as Belichick is and didn’t have that strenuous of practices and that’s ideal for the image of today’s NFL!!!

    What Walsh was yesterday is what everyone is becoming today!!!

    Also, if Michael Lombardi worked for both Belichick and Walsh and he said that Walsh was the greatest mind he ever knew Walsh should be ahead of Belichick (ironically enough Lombardi says is the greatest coach that he ever saw)!!!

  76. wldkat says: Aug 2, 2012 10:55 AM

    Irvin had one too many concussions.

  77. redstone1 says: Aug 2, 2012 10:57 AM

    I’m surprised he didn’t want his name on it.

  78. all4patriots says: Aug 2, 2012 11:08 AM

    Maybe adding his name to the Lamar Hunt trophy would be a better idea.

    5 AFC championships in 11 years is a run unlikely to be topped in a salary cap era, and would anyone be surprised at all if it becomes 6 in 12?

  79. shiftyshellshocked says: Aug 2, 2012 11:16 AM

    He’s doing that synthetic stuff now.

  80. delrmi05 says: Aug 2, 2012 11:20 AM

    A nice compliment to coach Belichick from Irving but as a Patriots fan it will/should stay the Lombardi Trophy. A compliment and nothing more.

    Plenty of other coaches deserve some special honor. No one should be getting their jockstraps in a bunch over this.

  81. jc327 says: Aug 2, 2012 11:22 AM

    No doubt Belichick is a great coach, and has done some amazing things. But I’m trying hard to remember all the Super Bowls he’s won without Brady…

  82. sj39 says: Aug 2, 2012 11:22 AM

    mrconnors, I don’t know that anyone ever said the cheating helped them win any SB, maybe it did maybe it didn’t. It helped them get there, it helped them amass a lot of points and wins, it helped make a mediocre coach look like a “genius” and made a third string water boy appear to be a HOF QB and it helped create and feed the collective ego of the in-denial Pats fans. They cheated for years and everyone knows it.

  83. philvil41 says: Aug 2, 2012 11:26 AM

    I can’t believe not one person has commented that Belichick really didn’t deserve the first Super Bowl he is credited with.Anyone remember THE TUCK RULE game!!! The Raiders WON that football game,and ANYONE who doesn’t think so is a COMPLETE FOOL!! Ask youself this one question-Does the Brady fumble pass the eyeball test-was it or was it not a fumble.If you answer that it was not, then you are very IGNORANT .

  84. realdealsteel says: Aug 2, 2012 11:27 AM

    So..

    Add Belichek’s name to the trophy? Because he won three Super Bowls?

    Then you better add Joe Gibbs first. Because he won three and he did it with three different QB’s in an era of super teams like the Giants, Cowboys and Bills. Much more competitive era then what hoody is facing right now.

  85. southpaw2k says: Aug 2, 2012 11:27 AM

    Once again, a TV talking head is gushing over a head coach for something he did over 7 years ago. Belichick is 0-2 in his last two Super Bowl appearances, but those apparently mean nothing to Irvin and most other talking heads who discuss the league. The Patriots had their hey day, and it ended in 2005. Why are we still talking about the Patriots as if they’re still a dynasty?

  86. realdealsteel says: Aug 2, 2012 11:28 AM

    Guess we’d better have Bill Walsh’s name on the trophy too. He won 4 Super Bowls.

    Irvin needs to shut up sometimes. And keep those cocaine induced thoughts to himself.

  87. 1972wasalongtimeago says: Aug 2, 2012 11:29 AM

    Yes, Irvin is on crack.

    But there is a change I think is necessary. The Roman Numerals after the Super Bowl should be discarded.

    Quick, anyone know what Super Bowl we’re up to? Anyone know who won Super Bowl XXXIV?

    Make it like the World Series or NBA Finals. The numbers are meaningless and confusing.

    By the way, they’re up to Super Bowl XLVII (does anyone even know what XLVII means? [47]); and Super Bowl XXXIV was the Rams/Titans.

  88. jerseypatriot76 says: Aug 2, 2012 11:30 AM

    Crack, it’s the other white meat and it’s what’s for dinner at Michael Irvin’s house.

    The NFL got it right with putting Vince Lombardi’s name on the ultimate prize. Belichick made people better football players, but Lombardi made football players better men. Vince is the ultimate coach. He could have coached any team in any sport and I guarantee you that team wins a title in a couple of years.

    I think the trophy should be made bigger though, maybe not as big as the Stanley Cup, but something larger than the current Subway footlong.

  89. bluebongzilla says: Aug 2, 2012 11:32 AM

    Forget the West Coast Offense, EVERY team uses the multiple offense, and MOST teams use the 4-3 defense. One innovator conceived them both. He pioneered the practice of analyzing offensive keys to determine what offenses might do, then he re-popularized pre-snap shifting to deal with those who chose to copy his “key” strategy. He pioneered the use of strength and speed trainers. He was the architect of an NFL-record TWENTY winning seasons in a row. His NFL career as a player and coach spanned 40 years. As a player he was an All-Pro. As a coach he’s a Hall of Famer. Two Super Bowl wins, 5 conference championships. That’s right, it should be the Tom Landry Trophy.

  90. piratefreedom says: Aug 2, 2012 11:39 AM

    even an enthusiastic Belichick/Patriot fan like me knows Irvin is a hyperbole addict.
    If the trophy is renamed it should be called the Stanley Cup, just to mess with people.

  91. hart089 says: Aug 2, 2012 11:50 AM

    SO i guess the fact the Bill Walsh put in place a system that has spanned 30 years and won superbowls and hand consistant draft success should just be overlooked

  92. beedubyatoo says: Aug 2, 2012 11:51 AM

    For those who point out that Belichick won in the age of the salary cap, consider this. Lombardi won 4 of his 5 titles when there was unregulated competition between the AFL and the NFL. At that time, The Packers were not the financial dynasty that they are today.

    They lost their share of high draft choices to the high rolling owners (Hunt, Wertheim, et.al) in the AFL, but still won consistantly. Fairly. Without cheating.

  93. SilentMajority says: Aug 2, 2012 11:53 AM

    Should be renamed the Ditka Trophy… ’nuff said.

  94. 315judman says: Aug 2, 2012 11:55 AM

    No amount of silver polish would clean the tarnish off of that trophy once you put Belichick’s name on it.

  95. geniusfan says: Aug 2, 2012 11:57 AM

    The Patriot haters are out in full force.

    The Patriots have won three Super Bowls with Belichick and have been to two more obviously it’s an impressive run but I’d keep the Lombardi trophy name myself.

    Nobody cares what a bunch of haters think about the Patriots Super Bowl wins Brady and Belichick will be in the Hall Of Fame and they will be remembered as one of the greatest teams ever.

  96. blackbug99 says: Aug 2, 2012 11:58 AM

    The Lombardi Trophy; The Stanley Cup!! Trophies synonymous w/greatness and consistency in sports!! These should remain immortal!!! One of the things I hate about NASCAR is they sell the name to everything!! They have no Bill France Cup per se to tie the sport to it’s roots!! If you change it for Belichick, then you’d have to change it for the guy in 2040 who does even better! Don’t fix what ain’t broken!!

  97. patriots87 says: Aug 2, 2012 12:06 PM

    the Lamar Hunt trophy will and should be changed to the Bill Belichick trophy… after he retires. but i’m biased. #pats nation

  98. kate773 says: Aug 2, 2012 12:06 PM

    For crying out loud, why is everyone freaking out over this like Michael Irvin has some sort of actual say in what the trophy is named?

    It was his OPINION, nothing more. No one is changing the name of the trophy nor are there any plans to.

    Relax!!

  99. the3taveren says: Aug 2, 2012 12:09 PM

    rajbais says:
    Aug 2, 2012 10:53 AM
    Don’t disrespect Bill Walsh that way!!!

    Walsh won ALL his Super Bowls and is the Godfather of today’s offenses because every form of the West Coast Offense is in today’s offenses!!!
    ————————————————-

    Actually, the coach with the most chanmpionships (7) is the Godfather of the West Coast Offense. His name is Paul Brown.

    Billlcheat is much less deserving than Gibbs or Walsh, but it is a joke to compare him to the likes of:
    Paul Brown – 7 championships (FIVE IN A ROW)
    Curly Lambeau and Gearoge Halas – 6 championships each
    Viunce Lombardi – 5 championships
    Chuck Knoll – 4 championships

    To the retards counting the three SBs Billy B went to as a Assistant… stop it! It makes it look like fools.

    The simple fact is Billycheat won 3 and lost 2 SBs with a HoF QB. That certainly isn’t any more impressive than Gibbs winning 3 and losing 1 with average (at best) QBs! (well Joey T was slightly above avearage, but he was on the down slope of his career). In fact, if you even mentioned any of his QB for HoF considerations people would laugh you out of the room!

  100. geniusfan says: Aug 2, 2012 12:12 PM

    “Man, a post like this is just inviting the spygate truthers. They’re like flies on crap.

    I’m still waiting for them to tell me how spygate helped the Patriots beat the Panthers in the SB, seeing as how it was the first time they played them under John Fox (thus new signals, spygate is kind of irrelevent if you hadn’t played that team before, is it not?)

    You can apply the same logic to the 01 AFCCG against the Steelers. It was the first time Belichick faced the Steelers since 1996, as an assistant.”

    It doesn’t matter to the haters facts never mater because more than anything else they are jealous they are fans of teams the Patriots have beaten over the years.

    If people actually looked into “Spygate” they would find that the rule wasn’t established until 2006 they would find that the Patriots did something that coaches like Jimmy Johnson and Dan Reeves deemed to be not worth the time because there was no advantage to be gained.

    I just want one Patriot hater to explain to me one thing the Patriots supposedly taped defensive signals so the offense was the one who would get the advantage since this happened the offense has been far more successful than it was previously.

    The Patriots have the best record in the NFL since 2007 as well they have been to two Super Bowls they have been 16-0 they have been the number one seed in the AFC three times since then.

    As stated previously the Patriots didn’t play the John Fox coached Panthers so they couldn’t have gained anything but they still won the Super Bowl.

    I’m waiting Patriot haters.

  101. virginiaflowers says: Aug 2, 2012 12:12 PM

    Huge Patriots fan here, life long, but this is truly a silly idea. Traditions exist for a reason, and the trophy has the right name on it. If a trophy should be named after Bill B, make it the Lamar Hunt trophy. No one remembers who Lamar Hunt is anyways.

  102. pixelito says: Aug 2, 2012 12:14 PM

    Belichik and the Patriots will be more remembered for the Superbowls they lost.

  103. blutbaddenbill says: Aug 2, 2012 12:15 PM

    I Think ole 8 ball has been hitting the crack pipe again! would not surprise me if he was caught trying to snort up the 50 yard line somewhere before the season is over!

  104. southpaw2k says: Aug 2, 2012 12:20 PM

    geniusfan says:
    Aug 2, 2012 11:57 AM
    The Patriot haters are out in full force.

    The Patriots have won three Super Bowls with Belichick and have been to two more obviously it’s an impressive run but I’d keep the Lombardi trophy name myself.

    Nobody cares what a bunch of haters think about the Patriots Super Bowl wins Brady and Belichick will be in the Hall Of Fame and they will be remembered as one of the greatest teams ever.

    ———————————————

    I’m no Patriots hater. I may not like them (I’m a Ravens fan), but they won three Super Bowls in four years. Unless those victories are expunged for some reason from the record books, that’s the way it will stand.

    Having said that, please explain to me why the Patriots should be viewed as a dynasty based on their previous championships. Unless I’m mistaken, the only holdovers from those teams are Brady and Belichick. Aside from them, the teams are completely different between then and now. And lest you forget, their last championship was in 2005. Why should we continue talking about those teams as if it was last season?

    The Patriots will continue being competitve as long as both Brady and Belichick are there. But they are not the same team or dynasty that they were 7 years ago. If you think they are, then we should talk about the Cowboys being a dynasty for their wins in the mid 90s and the Steelers being a dynasty for winning two championships in five years. You can’t have it both ways.

  105. rasalghoul says: Aug 2, 2012 12:28 PM

    They need to enforce drug testing on NFL network ASAP. A 1 year suspension for Sapp and Irvin would make this year infinitely better.

  106. angrycorgi says: Aug 2, 2012 12:31 PM

    I’d prefer the Jimmy Johnson trophy.

  107. flash1283 says: Aug 2, 2012 12:37 PM

    southpaw2k says: Aug 2, 2012 11:27 AM

    Once again, a TV talking head is gushing over a head coach for something he did over 7 years ago. Belichick is 0-2 in his last two Super Bowl appearances, but those apparently mean nothing to Irvin and most other talking heads who discuss the league. The Patriots had their hey day, and it ended in 2005. Why are we still talking about the Patriots as if they’re still a dynasty?

    Probably because they are still one of the elite franchises in the league.
    Probably because the “talking heads” don’t let their emotions get in the way.

  108. cuffhimbanano says: Aug 2, 2012 12:47 PM

    Irvin’s overlooking the fact that Belichick is terrible at evaluating and drafting talent. Or maybe Irvin is actually impressed that Belichick can be so lousy at the draft yet coach up lesser talented and undrafted players.

    18 undrafted players on the roster? Great coach, but a rather lousy GM/drafter.

  109. jcb6427 says: Aug 2, 2012 12:47 PM

    In all actuality, it should be renamed the Al Davis trophy. He’s done more for the advancement of the NFL than Lombardi or any other person that’s been mentioned. Just saying…

  110. jhumbe says: Aug 2, 2012 12:48 PM

    just worth it to watch the whiny packer fans get completely outraged… nice work #88

  111. youhavenoclue says: Aug 2, 2012 12:50 PM

    Chuck Noll is rolling in his grave and he’s not even dead yet. 4 Super Bowl wins in 6 Seasons will never even be sniffed again.

  112. rams1999 says: Aug 2, 2012 12:56 PM

    This guy is off his rocker. Probably a rock too many. Anyways, how can you associate a cheater with a winner? This guy stole a Super Bowl from the Rams and probably from afc teams that lost to them in title games. This guy needs to chill on the rocks.

  113. patriotinvasion says: Aug 2, 2012 12:56 PM

    See below from Jimmy Johnson. So are Irvin’s 3 championships “tainted” with Cowboys too? Keep hatin’ haters. We’ll just keep going to Super Bowls, and as long as we don’t have to play the Giants…winning them.

    Q: Did you ever steal signals?

    JJ: Oh in a heartbeat, yeah. Yes I did.

    Q: Via video, Jimmy? Or no?

    JJ: Oh yeah, I did it with video and so did a lot of other teams in the league. Just to make sure that you could study it and take your time, because you’re going to play the other team the second time around. But a lot of coaches did it, this was commonplace.

  114. nix35 says: Aug 2, 2012 1:00 PM

    So he wants to name if after someone who won ZERO super bowls without cheating. What about chuck noll. Drafted like 20 hall of farmers. 4 in one draft. 7 rounds 4 hall of famers. And he won 4 super bowls. I’m not saying it should be named after noll. Just a better option than belicheat.

  115. tdk24 says: Aug 2, 2012 1:19 PM

    I don’t remember Lombardi choking away a couple superbowls and leaving the field before the clock ran out. Or video taping his opponents against league rules. Or cheating on his wife. Or…..

  116. mullman7675 says: Aug 2, 2012 1:20 PM

    The patriots are a franchise seeded on a bogus call and rooted in cheating.

    Tom Flores won two SBs as well, but he was left off the list.

    And to all fans of the other 31 teams in the NFL: the term “hater” was coined for YOU! No other team in sports is hated like the RAIDERS- from the media to opposing fanbases.

    And that’s why I love them.

    William is a cheater and Kraft is in bed with Goodell. Al would never grab his ankles for ANYBODY, that’s why the league was always on his case.

    And then there was the tuck rule….

  117. geniusfan says: Aug 2, 2012 1:32 PM

    Southpawk the dynasty is over as far as I’m concerned I agree with you there in my opinion it ended in 2007 after losing to the Giants.

    Nowadays the Patriots are just another good team that has a chance to win it all along with teams like the Ravens, Packers, Giants etc.

  118. vader7176 says: Aug 2, 2012 1:50 PM

    Why does anyone listen to Irvin? Can anybody understand what he’s saying? Irvin obviously has mental deficiencies.

  119. chazzmon says: Aug 2, 2012 1:51 PM

    Just a thought, does BB win a Superbowl in NE without Brady?
    Maybe it should be the Brady trophy, he got the Pats to the Superbowl last year with one of the lowest ranked defenses in the league.

  120. southpaw2k says: Aug 2, 2012 2:06 PM

    flash1283 says:
    Aug 2, 2012 12:37 PM
    southpaw2k says: Aug 2, 2012 11:27 AM

    Once again, a TV talking head is gushing over a head coach for something he did over 7 years ago. Belichick is 0-2 in his last two Super Bowl appearances, but those apparently mean nothing to Irvin and most other talking heads who discuss the league. The Patriots had their hey day, and it ended in 2005. Why are we still talking about the Patriots as if they’re still a dynasty?

    Probably because they are still one of the elite franchises in the league.
    Probably because the “talking heads” don’t let their emotions get in the way.

    ———————————————–

    Using that logic, let’s gush all over the Cowboys even though they haven’t won a championship since 1996. There’s a major difference between a team who remains competitive and a real dynasty. The Patriots were a dynasty; they are not one anymore.

  121. bencoates57 says: Aug 2, 2012 2:13 PM

    He’s RIGHT. It’s also for what he’s done after the dynasty. Noll collapsed at some point. But Belichick’s resume post dynasty includes 2 SB appearances (both close games) AND an undefeated regular season. He also owned two consecutive victory records. And he does it in the age of parity. Belichick is an all-timer.

    And let’s not forget his work as defensive coordinator for the Giants (2 SB wins including holding a Bills offense that hung 51 on the Raiders to 19 points), Patriots (1 SB appearance), and Jets (AFCCG appearance).

  122. tonyromoisterrible says: Aug 2, 2012 2:14 PM

    Douche.

  123. dukemarc says: Aug 2, 2012 2:20 PM

    Last time I checked Vince didn’t lose a Super Bowl much less two and his teams won 5 NFL titles in 9 years. He also won 9 straight playoffs games, a record that Belicheck broke along with the help of the expanded playoff system.

  124. flash1283 says: Aug 2, 2012 3:06 PM

    southpaw2k says: Aug 2, 2012 2:06 PM

    flash1283 says:
    Aug 2, 2012 12:37 PM
    southpaw2k says: Aug 2, 2012 11:27 AM

    Once again, a TV talking head is gushing over a head coach for something he did over 7 years ago. Belichick is 0-2 in his last two Super Bowl appearances, but those apparently mean nothing to Irvin and most other talking heads who discuss the league. The Patriots had their hey day, and it ended in 2005. Why are we still talking about the Patriots as if they’re still a dynasty?

    Probably because they are still one of the elite franchises in the league.
    Probably because the “talking heads” don’t let their emotions get in the way.

    ———————————————–

    Using that logic, let’s gush all over the Cowboys even though they haven’t won a championship since 1996. There’s a major difference between a team who remains competitive and a real dynasty. The Patriots were a dynasty; they are not one anymore.

    No one is still calling the Patriots a Dynasty. But to say their heyday ended in 2005 in crazy, they just played in another SB.
    They have the best record in the league since 2007. And also take into consideration Michael Irvin was talking to someone from the Boston Herald. If he was talking to someone from the NY Times he probably would have said the same thing about Tom Coughlin (maybe).

    My point is when all the “talking heads” from all these different sports outlets talk about the Patriots in that way there may be some merit to it. But they also talk the same way every year about the Steelers , Ravens and up until last year the Colts.

  125. bcgreg says: Aug 2, 2012 3:24 PM

    I am a Pats fan. I would be totally AGAINST this. Forget the argument about who’s better and tougher in the cap era. Lombardi just holds a mythical as well as legendary image that can never be topped.

    Sidenote: I love when people say that Belichick would be nothing without Brady. NONE of these coaches would be anything without the great players they coached. How many HOFers are from those Packer, Steeler, and Dolphin teams? Nuf said! Where would Bill Walsh be without Montana? Not in the HOF. That’s for sure.

  126. lifeimitatesfootball says: Aug 2, 2012 3:29 PM

    Now let’s see…

    Shula went undefeated and Bellichick didn’t.

    Noll won four Super Bowls in six years and Bellichick didn’t.

    Walsh also win four Super Bowls with the same QB and one with a different QB. Bellichick didn’t.

    Noll and Walsh are unbeaten in Super Bowls (and so is Lombardi, no?), Bellichick isn’t.

    Bellichick has never beaten Tom Coughlin.

    Bellichick CHEATED to win at least one Super Bowl.

    Irvin! Please! Shut. Up.

    Because of Kharma, BB will likely never win another Super Bowl. Further, watch the dude retire when Brady does!

  127. packhawk04 says: Aug 2, 2012 3:32 PM

    “Someone tell me in american or world history when evidence was destroyed that was deemed credible.”

    No problem. The kennedy assassination, 9-11…

  128. patriots87 says: Aug 2, 2012 3:58 PM

    Bellichick has never beaten Tom Coughlin.

    ————
    false.

  129. randallflagg52 says: Aug 2, 2012 5:04 PM

    Belichick has not revolutionized the game the way guys like Lombardi and Walsh have. Those guys changed the way the game is played in a lasting and permenant way. Belicheck is just another coach with a great QB. He didn’t make Brady, Brady made him.

  130. bcgreg says: Aug 2, 2012 5:10 PM

    @ lifeimitatesfootball

    Walsh did NOT win 4 SBs with Montana as HC of SF. He won 3 with Montana. Montana won his 4th when George Seifert was HC of the SF49ers. Seifert was also the HC in 1994 when Steve Young was the QB.

    Get your facts straight.

  131. weedman8693 says: Aug 2, 2012 5:47 PM

    How can get to these kids!!!! Cheater!!! With out tom brady, their is no belichick…. “Cheat”

  132. dietrich43 says: Aug 2, 2012 6:05 PM

    Not surprised that one adulterer would support another one.

  133. fenny88 says: Aug 2, 2012 8:43 PM

    pretty sure Lombardi coached up more hall of fame players, only lost 1 championship, has two more on bill and if he did cheat he was smart enough not to get caught

  134. godolphins133499 says: Aug 2, 2012 9:32 PM

    As much of an on-field fan of irvin that i am like other posters have said the dude has to be back on tha rock or this are tha effects of CTE. Either way while me being a dolphins fan i can’t help and admire bb teams that are sb contenders year in & out. He has went to 5 sb & has lost twice, those last 2 coming after the spygate scandal, which obviously are tainted wins no matter what anyone says period. Further on proving that those 3 wins might have been just because they simply cheated which of course they did & not because he is a great coach.. He still has the benefit of tha doubt and without question he is a great HOF coach but he has to win titles without cheating or getting caught, bottom line then maybe then irvin or any other idiot can start a thought like this. But no show respect to those before you, lombardi is a legend period and trophy shall remain as is + lombardi is a cool name after all. Maybe belicheat, i mean belichick can get the sportsmanship award named after him, you know….

  135. bringbacktheflex says: Aug 3, 2012 3:06 PM

    “Maybe we should call it the Lombardi/Belichick/ Noll/Walsh/ Gibbs/Johnson/ Coughlin/Shanahan/Flores/ Landry/Shula Trophy.”

    Of those coaches you listed, only Gibbs has won three SBs with three differeent QBs. All the others developed ONE QB and rode him to all their glory.

    If QB is the most important position, then winning multiple SBs with multiple QBs would be the hardest thing to do. Make it the Lombardi-Gibbs trophy. And I’m a DALLAS fan.

  136. bringbacktheflex says: Aug 3, 2012 3:38 PM

    randallflagg52 says:
    “Belichick has not revolutionized the game the way guys like Lombardi and Walsh have. ”

    What in the world did Walsh revolutionize?? He had a weak armed QB who threw more short passes, and more passes to his running backs. That’s ALL he did.

    You want someone who revolutionized the game – Tom Landry INVENTED the middle linebacker position, which everyone uses today. He drafted track stars and basketball players and made them into HoF’s. He invented the multiple set offense which everyone uses today, and re-invented the shotgun formation, that everyone uses today (it was scrapped cuz no one could figure out how to be successful with it).

    Landry invented the gap control defense that everyone uses today specifically to stop the “run to daylight” offense of Lombardi’s.

    And that’s just for starters.

  137. baronvonmonocle says: Aug 3, 2012 9:12 PM

    Name it after the only person to be part of six Super Bowl championships. The Woicik trophy has a nice ring to it.

  138. bobzilla1001 says: Aug 4, 2012 2:13 PM

    Bill Belichick was fired in Cleveland. Any coach who was fired doesn’t belong on any damn trophy.

  139. philtration says: Aug 4, 2012 9:46 PM

    The only reason it is called The Lombardi Trophy is because Vince died right at the time of the NFL-AFL merger.
    George Halas won more games, more titles, produced more Hall of Fame players, was a better player on the field and started the NFL.
    Before 1920, football was a college sport and professional football was a joke before Halas made started a real league and sold it to the public.
    Without George Hals there would be no NFL.
    Vince was a great coach and one of the iconic figures in the league’s history but it should be called the Halas Trophy.
    And for the Packer fans that will whine about that… George Halas personally lent money to the Packers to keep them from folding and helped raise money for the construction of Lambeau Field.

  140. rickc10m says: Aug 4, 2012 11:05 PM

    Bill Belichick has not won a trophy since spygate, gee I wonder why? No way should he be added to the trophy.

  141. discosucs2005 says: Aug 5, 2012 6:48 AM

    @bringbacktheflex

    “What in the world did Walsh revolutionize?”

    Either you seriously no nothing about football or your Cowboy homerism has blinded to you. Tom Landry was an innovative coach, but so was Walsh.

    Either way I’ll take Walsh’s 3 Super Bowls to Landry’s 2.

  142. rpmcanes says: Aug 5, 2012 10:53 AM

    Irvin’s overlooking the fact that Belichick is terrible at evaluating and drafting talent. Or maybe Irvin is actually impressed that Belichick can be so lousy at the draft yet coach up lesser talented and undrafted players.

    18 undrafted players on the roster? Great coach, but a rather lousy GM/drafter.

    ——–

    I’d say losing Scott Pioli is the major reason for this. He was the only guy who would challenge BB on FA/draft signings, and they suffered when he left.
    I say leave the trophy alone.

  143. shockybocky says: Aug 5, 2012 11:06 AM

    Bill Belchick should absolutely have his name on the trophy. He took a scraggly second stringer and turned him into the best superbowl quarterback ever…..then surrounded him by second hand role players…and won it all. Three times. He is the best coach ever. Oh….wait. Didn’t he suck at Cleveland? Wow….do I feel stupid. Go Steelers.

  144. shockybocky says: Aug 5, 2012 11:17 AM

    Did anyone mention changing offensive pass interference to the Irvin? Although that penalty was never called. Troy Aikman MADE you what you are.

  145. bringbacktheflex says: Aug 5, 2012 11:30 AM

    discosucs2005 says:
    “What in the world did Walsh revolutionize?”

    Either you seriously no nothing about football or your Cowboy homerism has blinded to you. Tom Landry was an innovative coach, but so was Walsh.

    Either way I’ll take Walsh’s 3 Super Bowls to Landry’s 2.
    —————
    So you can’t tell me what Walsh “revolutionized”. I understand.

    When Steve Jobs died people came out of the wordwork declaring him a genius on the level of Einstein and Hawking. Jobs invented NOTHING. He remarketed existing technology. He was innovative, and created over-priced toys for the gullible, but to put him on the same level as Einstein is to insult Einstein.

    That the same thing with Walsh. He didn’t create the short passing game. Weak armed QB’s had been using it for years. He had a good scheme with great personnel. Just like the “Greatest Show on Turf”, and the “Run to Daylight” offenses. His success lasted just as long as his personnel did, just like those offenses. That’s hardly innovation.

    Landry’s teams appeared in FIVE SBs, losing three by a total of 11 points and all in the last minute of play. Landry changed the game. Walsh took Coryell’s system and had the right personnel.

  146. kalamazoomipackrfan1 says: Aug 5, 2012 12:23 PM

    Wow. Why do we even bother commenting on this fool? Gonna take the high rode (no offence Irvin) and get back to the real stories about preparing for a great year of football. Go Packers!

  147. zinn22 says: Aug 5, 2012 1:06 PM

    I am not a Belichick fan but I do admore the work he has done.

    But lets correct the record here. He has won 5 super bowls not 3. he carried Parallels on two SB wins.

    He has also appeared in 8 Super Bowls which is pretty amazing.

    I do hear the argument that without LT and Brady he would have a lot less SBs but he has been to 8 super Bowls and won 5 that is downright amazing.

    I will also give him big credit for his win over the Rams. That was an amazing job. Bu the last few years he has stayed competitive without a defense. I give the man credit he is arguably the greatest football coach of all time. He certainly belongs up there with Lombardi, Halas, Noll, Landry and Walsh.

  148. 15to12 says: Aug 5, 2012 1:09 PM

    In case anyone is wondering, football did not start with Super Bowl one. Lombardi won FIVE titles in seven years with a franchise that was a dog when he arrived. He did it with impeccable CHARACTER and LEADERSHIP getting pro bowl and MVP seasons out of players many teams would not draft. Not to mention a huge portion of his 1966 team is HOF.

    A crack head wants a cheater on mr Lombardi’s trophy. Hah, he will vault out of his grave and have roger goodell doing Conditioning drills til he pukes and dies, which will take his fat ass 5 minute.

  149. 1nationraidernation says: Aug 6, 2012 3:06 PM

    i like irvin’s new pair of knee pads. at least he is finding some use for them.

  150. esoteric951 says: Aug 6, 2012 8:16 PM

    realnflmaster says:
    Aug 2, 2012 9:42 AM
    Stupid idea. Maybe they should make a new trophy, that resembles a video camera and hand it out to the team that gets caught cheating the most throughout the season, and name it after him.

    ——–

    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

  151. pizzon says: Aug 8, 2012 8:43 AM

    this sounds like Irvin wanting people to pay attention to him, so lets say something really crazy. either he is really that dumb or (maybe thats the crack talking) or he just never got the memo about how Belichek and the Pats got caught cheating.

  152. electionconfidential says: Aug 8, 2012 9:31 PM

    Okay sure. Let’s do it. What do we do though if he gets caught cheating again? Do we just recall the trophies and file his name off? The man is still active and he is a cheater. Only Irvin would think this is a good idea… I’d rather see Landry’s name go on frankly.

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