Coach Belichick returned to WEEI's "Big Show" today and there was not a single question about the Superbowl. Coach Belichick was his usual self in discussing the draft "we took the player we thought would best help our team".... blah, blah, blah, but not a single word was spoken about what was arguably the biggest upset in the history of the NFL. Did anyone else find it a little odd that Glenn Ordway didn't ask Belichick about the Superbowl? As far as I know this was Belichick's first on air interview anywhere since the Superbowl. Wasn't this the perfect opportunity to at least ask Belichick about topics such as the 4th + 13 or at the very least his overall take on the game? Instead Belichick fielded softball questions (nothing of any real substance was asked or answered) about the draft. He answered those questions in his usual coach speak that reveals next to nothing. I can't help but think if the Pat's had won the Superbowl coach Belichick would have shown up on the "Big Show" months ago and Ordway would have peppered him with a ton of questions about the game. Don't get me wrong. I am a big fan of both Bill Belichick and Glenn Ordway, but I thought the interview today was a little forced and that they were intentionally avoiding the 800 pound gorilla in the room. Did anyone else notice this or is it in my head? ps: The one interesting thing about the interview was when Belichick said in no uncertain terms that the Patriots had no interest in Pacman Jones and were never involved in the trade talks.