New York Post Foolishly Blames Bill Belichick For Rob Gronkowski’s Injury

November 20, 2012 8:10 AM
New York Post Foolishly Blames Bill Belichick For Rob Gronkowski’s Injury
" BOSTON (CBS) — It just wouldn’t be a Patriots-Jets week if there weren’t some cheap shots fired at Bill Belichick from New York.

The Patriots’ head coach was pictured in a not-so-flattering way on the back page of the New York Post on Tuesday, with Jets coach Rex Ryan pictured serving a turkey that has the head of Belichick.

“Thanks Bill!” the headline reads. “Jets lickin’ their chops as butterball Belichick’s brainlock shelves Gronk.”

The headline, of course refers to Rob Gronkowski breaking his forearm while blocking on an extra-point attempt late in Sunday’s 59-24 Patriots victory. Columnist Steve Serby then took the obvious, lazy route of pinning the injury on Belichick and his evil, maniacal reign of terror as head coach of the New England Patriots.

“Bill Belichick would run over his grandmother if she stood in his way. He is the ruthless, merciless, cutthroat coach who takes no prisoners,” Serby wrote. “But sometimes, when you live by the sword, you die by the sword. Sometimes, common sense takes a holiday, even for great coaches.”

As expected from reading the headline, Serby doesn’t let facts get in the way of his fun argument "

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