USA Today: Bill Belichick, Tom Brady among biggest villains in sports

Ryan Hannable
August 24, 2019 - 1:40 pm

USA Today recently posted a list of the biggest villains in sports, and to no one's surprise two Patriots are on the list -- Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.

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Here's what was written about each of them.

Belichick: "Every good villain needs a trademark wardrobe. For the Patriots coach, that's a hoodie with cut-off sleeves. The hood has dominated the NFL with Brady as his field general. The only time a smile may crease his cheeks is while he's hoisting another Lombardi Trophy. Belichick and the organization was also punished for its involvement in Spygate, where Jets coaches' signals were illegally videotaped."

Brady: "Brady, 42, isn't going anywhere just yet. He's been quarterbacking the Patriots successfully (see: six Super Bowl titles and nine conference championships) with a swagger that has incensed opposing fanbases for nearly two decades." 

Other athletes on the list include Floyd Mayweather Jr., Conor McGregor, John Calipari, Nick Saban and Roger Goodell.

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