See Bill Belichick’s disdain for the question of New Year’s resolutions

The holidays don’t brighten Bill Belichick’s spirit. The Patriots coach’s response to a question about New Year’s decisions was frosty.

Now that Christmas has passed, New Year will be the next big holiday to begin with.

If you’re a reporter, that means asking the classic question: What are your New Year resolutions.

If you’re a reporter in New England, that probably means you have to ask that to Patriots head coach Bill Belichick… and replied coldly.

Bill Belichick Doesn’t Have To Put Up With New Year’s Resolution Questions

Belichick didn’t want that at all when a reporter asked the question during his post-game shoot on Sunday.

His expression was somewhat grim, part amused.

Belichick is already a pretty grumpy guy, so maybe this isn’t the best time to ask him that gentle question. After all, his team just lost Bill in a pivotal AFC East game to take the lead in the division.

Then again, there are better ways for Belichick to respond even when the frustration of loss is still fresh. Just look at how Jakobi Meyers handled the same question.

It’s really not difficult to answer diplomatically if you don’t want to answer seriously.

Belichick is going to Belichick.

As for the Patriots, they are leading 9-6 and are still competing for the AFC East title. They have to finish the season against the Jaguars and Dolphins. Bills of exchange have a similar means of ease against the Falcons. and Jet Airplanes.

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James Brien

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