Even though the Patriots missed out on the Super Bowl for the first time in four years, a few members of the team got TV viewing time during the NFL 100 All Time Team pregame presentation.
In a surprise turn of events, it was head coach Bill Belichick that provided the most memorable Patriots moment of the ceremony, with an all-time power move.
When announcing the All Time Team coaches, Belichick appeared on screen to a round of boo’s from the Super Bowl crowd, to which the six-time Super Bowl champ responded by throwing up his hands and flashing three of his rings.
What a flex.
Quarterback Tom Brady and linebacker Dont’a Hightower had some great reactions over social media.
(Screen-grab courtesy 985 The Sports Hub)
In case you were curious just which rings Belichick was wearing, 985 The Sports Hub’s Matt Dolloff did an investigation into determining which three of the eight were on his hands.
Congratulations to the Chiefs on their first championship in 50 years, but Belichick is still reminding the world who’s still king of the rings.
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