Bill Belichick only cares about one thing: football. actual football. Not the kind of fantasy format that has schlubs arguing over the format of each receiving point in August before breaking a sweat in December.
The head coach in his seventies, who has revealed the depth of his social media awareness, covers extremely Unreal scope for SnapFace, InstantChat and MyFace, not interested in how his running back platoon workload affects fantasy rosters around the world.He doesn’t track Devante Parker’s rising average draft position because he Play game after game through training camp. Fantasy football “doesn’t mean anything to me,” according to the future Hall of Famer.
“We’re obsessed with fantasy football…even though we know you don’t play, do you think it’s good or bad for the NFL?” 14 year old reporter — the youngest at training camp — ask the Patriots head coach on Thursday.
“Honestly, I don’t have a problem with that,” Belichick replied. “Fantasy football doesn’t mean anything to me. We just want to win games here, so I don’t know who’s the favourites and who’s not, who’s won and who’s not. I don’t care. I just care if we can win.”
“So, have fun,” he concluded with a smile.
The answer from one of the league’s most closely watched coaches isn’t surprising. From July to April, Belichick saw nothing but real football in his sights.When he does take a break is watching Wesleyan hockey or college baseball, or showing up in Cover of Regional Lifestyle Magazine For reasons we don’t fully understand.
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