[NFL] Bill Belichick clarifies previous vaccination remarks: 'As a team, we're better off if everyone is vaccinated'
By - ECav252752
Why is this such a big deal?
Because national media is softer than melted butter
Oy... he was right to say getting the vaccine wasn't a perfect cure to the issue of players being out due to Covid, but he's also right that the team is better off if everyone is vaccinated. It's a basic risk calculation based on statistics. He cares about winning and putting his team in the best position to win, not your ideological perspective that you're projecting onto the situation.
The earth isn't round, its a rhombus.
Smooth brained take
This is some small dick talk.
You can imagine Jonathan’s hand up his butt as he recants his incorrect interview response. “You can look it up” blah blah blah. Reporters look it up and find BB’s numbers have no basis in fact.
This is what you get for being a taciturn dink for 20 years to the media.
What are you trying to say? What numbers did BB give that have no basis in fact?
Sorry to say I am just worn out with Covid disinformation. BB is a great coach, but all too often he treats the media like shit. Some laugh it off and others sit back and just nod when they hear for the millionth time “We’re just doing what’s best for the football team”.
Am a lifelong Pats fan who just wishes BB didn’t feel in necessary to run TB12 out of town.
Ah there’s the real reason we went with the rook