Bill Belichick doesn’t have time for your selfies, your PSLs, and certainly not your loud music and your Dan Fogelberg. He is a 63-year-old cyborg, programed only to win football games and grimace in front of a lighthouse from time to time.
The Patriots head coach isn’t on Twitter or Facebook, and he keeps his players on a tight-leash when it comes to what they can say to the media. It’s no surprise then, that Belichick routinely bungles the name of various social networks at press conferences:
Belichick has used "MyFace" "InstaFace" and "YearBook" as social media things he thinks exist. Now "SnapFace." Maybe his best yet.
— Kevin Clark (@KevinClarkWSJ) October 7, 2015
Much has been made about Tom Brady’s life after football and whether his plans will include running for public office. But by the looks of it, Belichick has a promising career in the #innovation community. Just look at all the #disruption going on here!
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