Sometimes you look at Bill Belichick and wonder if he saw himself in the mirror that morning.
I see what she wore to her press conference on Wednesday. It looks like he was being abused by some small animals or maybe left the shirt too long in the attic.
But the people outside the building make a lot more “fashion” of it than the performers.
I can’t believe she walked in and picked out a wardrobe for that particular press conference or something. I believe she has what she likes to wear. That’s the routine. She went and put it on and rightly so.
It is my belief that this is not for messaging anyone outside the building or anyone on the team. Just what makes him comfortable, and that’s how he goes to work and gets the job done.
That’s what I’ve always appreciated about Bill, and it’s one of the philosophies he teaches the team: We don’t create outside distractions, but at the same time, no matter what anyone on the outside says. What we do in this building is important.
What matters is the work you do, how diligently you study the game plan, your commitment to the team, all that stuff. And it has nothing to do with what you wear.
I’m sure some players over the years – especially people like Mike Vrabel who love to chase him – have gotten him into trouble with his outfit. But all was fun, and he didn’t care.
And the funny thing is, some guys have followed suit: Even Tom Brady once wore a short sleeve sweater. It’s almost like Bill started a little fashion trend in the dressing room. This picks up a little steam. Obviously her fashion is so recognizable that she is has its own Subway ad.
That said: He doesn’t care in the least about what the players are wearing to their press conferences. When you are at home games, you can wear whatever you want. You can wear a T-shirt, jeans, and a cowboy hat if you wish.
Teams usually have a dress code policy for street games, as it’s a business trip. But it is limited to that. You can wear a hat, an orange suit, a blue suit. No problem.
For Bill, it’s more about what you say than what you wear. That’s the policy. The way you address the media and what you talk about is more of a concern than anything else you wear.
The same goes for his players: It’s more about what content he has to say and listening to his coaching skills than what he’s wearing.
You can pick out her clothes for the whole season just by looking at her at a press conference. And then he traveled how he traveled. So, not much.
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