I just read Clark Judge's article from yesterday, the one in which he says that Bill Bellichick is a dispicable due to the fact that he started to leave (walk out on the field to congratulate Tom Coughlin) the field with :01 seconds left.
OK DUDE WHAT NEXT? It happens all the time where coaches, sometimes with more than a :30, have come out to the middle of the field and congratulated one another. So why should the Super Bowl be any different? THE GAME WAS OVER - THERE WAS NO WAY THE PATS COULD HAVE WON! I am just so sick and tired of these idiots. I mean you hate the guy cuz he gives you nothing to write home about and then when he does something that happens all the time - you take it as uncharacteristic and dispicable. It seems to me that if Vince Lombardi, were alive today he would be the same victim of your idiocy.
Obviously you never played sports on any level. As someone who has, I would like to offer the following advice:
First of all, it's as a competitor, the drive and ambition to win is first and foremost. Therefore when you lose an emotional game it takes an ENORMUS toll on you. He knew the game was over, what's the big deal? Ok so he could have been graceful and waited, but again THE GAME WAS OVER.
I say get over it. The guy just ended a tough season with a tough loss in one of the most emotional of games.