Pats rookie Brenden Schooler tried to honor his coach on Sunday but Bill Belichick wasn’t interested.
On Sunday, Belichick tied legendary coach George Halas to become the second-winningest coach of all-time.
With the Patriots win over the Browns, Bill Belichick gets his 324th career win.
He ties George Halas for 2nd in head coaching wins all-time, including playoffs. pic.twitter.com/edPDUWvX7s
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) October 16, 2022
Late in the game, Schooler recovered a muffed punt and tried to gift the ball to Belichick but a confused Belichick refused to take the ball.
Bill Belichick wanted NOTHING to do with the game ball 😭https://t.co/tos4H4Srw3
— FanDuel Sportsbook (@FDSportsbook) October 16, 2022
Fans had jokes about the encounter.
— Fitzy (@FitzyGFY) October 16, 2022
Dude thought he was in a movie https://t.co/PKus3FWmtr
— 🎃 The Pumpkin Chief 🎃 (@alionslight) October 16, 2022
Rookies must never address Bill directly or look him in the eye. https://t.co/5WKgWL0CyH
— Adam Spencer (@AdamSpencer4) October 16, 2022
He getting cut after the game lol. https://t.co/xO7PW9LaWj
— Cromartie Jr. (@SpyroKush) October 16, 2022
That Assistant trying to make sure the rookie don't get cut 😭😭😭 https://t.co/gWoRJMAPPv
— SkateboardxLB (@SkateboardxLB) October 16, 2022
When your dog brings you a dead bird pic.twitter.com/sFL9O0ZYh6
— Nihilist Bucks Gaming™️ (@nihilist_bucks) October 16, 2022