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Is Bill Belichick obligated to explain himself to media and fans?

Bill Belichick took part in one of his least favorite parts of the job: talking to the media. Belichick stonewalled Dan Shaughnessy when he asked for an explanation for why Malcolm Butler was benched for the Super Bowl last year. Some feel Belichick needs to be more forthcoming to both fans and the media. It is part of the job. Others think Belichick has enough to deal with as head coach. He doesn't owe anyone anything except Super Bowl championships, which he has delivered. What do you think? 🏈

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We get it, Bill. You don't like talking to the media or really talking to anyone other than your team. But when one of your coaching decisions results in losing the Super Bowl, you might have to be held accountable. This grumpy coach thing has gone on too long. Talking to the media and the fans is part of the job. Do it.

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Coaches coach. They don't talk. Their job doesn't hinge on explaining themselves to the reporters or fans. They get paid to manage teams and win games. People might not like it, but Belichick doesn't need to explain himself to anyone.

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Is Bill Belichick obligated to explain himself to media and fans?
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A festive crown for the winner
#CoachNotSpeaker