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Belichick Scoffs at Reporter After Being Asked a Poorly Worded Question

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It’s no secret that New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick doesn’t really prefer to be at the podium for press conferences. This distaste was shown once again when a reporter asked the coach a question that wasn’t exactly the brightest.

Here is the exchange transcribed by Andrew Joseph of USA Today as well as the video..

Reporter: Coach, the game was played predominately in the teens. Is that a style that you’re comfortable playing?
Belichick: What are you talking about?
Reporter: Well, not scoring a lot of points. Not high-flying offense necessarily. More low scoring, grind it out — is that a style you like, team prefers?
Belichick: We prefer to win.

 

 

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