Found January 21, 2013 on
With everyone saying Bill Belichick and Tom Brady were sore losers, I was glad to see this headline. Belichick caused a stir last night when he didn't interview with CBS, a customary thing to do after a game, win or lose. As a result of this, Bill was labeled as unprofessional and a sore loser.
I think John Harbaugh has the biggest say in whether or not Bill is classy or not and I think his quotes puts the critics in their place.
"Coach Belichick after the game was so classy with what he said. I'll treasure that conversation forever. He was so classy, so gracious. Complimentary about how we played, about our game plan, about how tough it is to play us. I told him how much we pattern our organization around theirs, how much we study them."
The Patriots vs Ravens rivalry is still heating up and its nice to see the coaches can keep it classy while the players(cough cough Terrell Suggs) can't.
Criticize me on twitter, please, I LOVE IT @joeloobs
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CBS analyst Shannon Sharpe had some harsh words for New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick following the Patriots 28-13 loss to the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship Game.Belicheck blew off an interview with sideline reporter Steve Tasker. That set off Sharpe:
Bill Belichick was understandably disappointed with the Patriots’ performance on Sunday, and his frustration got the best of him after the game.
Belichick, who was somewhat defensive and succinct in his postgame news conference, skipped out on an interview with CBS following Sunday’s AFC Championship loss, which Shannon Sharpe called “unacceptable.” Sharpe said that you can’t...
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