Bill Belichick And Charlie Weis Sing With Jon Bon Jovi

One Of These Days, Bill Belichick Will Learn That Video Cameras Are Not His Friend

3/14/09 in NFL   |   Pat   |   5233 respect



At this point, you would think that Bill Belichick had learned his lesson. Clearly, $750,000 in total fines and the loss of a 1st round draft pick didn't do the trick, however, because he still hasn't realized that the Patriots and anyone involved with them should just stay as far away from video cameras as humanly possible.

Belichick and former assistant Charlie Weis joined forces with Jon Bon Jovi and sang at a charity event on Thursday night. While it's no shock to see Belichick at a Bon Jovi performance, since they've been friends since Belichick was on the Giants' staff, it's certainly a bit of a shock to see Belichick on the stage. Let's hope it never happens again. Especially when someone is taking video of it. Bad idea, Bill.
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3/16/09   |   Brendanc8504

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Well, actually, this makes Pat a little more legitimate that he makes fun o his own team when they are doing good things, just like he makes fun of other teams when they are doing things with good intentions.

That said, I am sure Belichick does plenty for charity, but not nearly as much as Weis. I still dislike them both - GREATLY.

Now to the haterade -

Why didn't Bill tear off the sleeves of his suit? I am sure he must have been very uncomfortable with those collars and sleeves on.

Notice that neither Bill and Charlie clapped with the beat AND they didn't clap with each other, it looked like they were having a "who can clap last" contest, lol.

And Bill, what's with the dumb pointing on the chorus. Didn't yo momma tell you it aint nice to points at sum peoples?

All that said, I don't Bon Jovi, but I hope I get to someday sing with a band for charity.

But what's with the creepy guy in the beginning taking pictures of the audience. He seems like a stalker looking for new prey.

hmmmm. questioning pat's motives. do you think he did this as an attempt to gain cred?

3/15/09   |   charmaineburrell

i think it was great that he could do something like that, loosen his tie and do something fun for a change is good everyone should try sometime. why be so negative.  i think he should get a thumbs up for being able to do that. sing-along guys

3/15/09   |   niseton

I think it is good for a coach to get up and be human, relax people, he will still coach next year, nice to see them relax just a bit, rock -on

3/15/09   |   Poli_   |   93 respect

Thanks for the post! Surely now the Pats will go undefeated because the alternative is Bill singing to them instead of yelling at them.

Good on him for showing off his less talented side for charity. And Charlie? - stay in beat!

3/15/09   |   Michael_G   |   38136 respect

Brendanc8504 wrote:
i dislike the fact that you made your topic a haterade buffet....makes no sense because your a pats fan. he did something cool for charity, let it be. funny and he shows a side that you dont see when he is being the coach of the patriots. at least the folks who have commented have been levelheaded about it
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 Accept for you......and no I didn't pq you...somebody levelheaded did

3/14/09   |   Brendanc8504

i dislike the fact that you made your topic a haterade buffet....makes no sense because your a pats fan. he did something cool for charity, let it be. funny and he shows a side that you dont see when he is being the coach of the patriots. at least the folks who have commented have been levelheaded about it

3/14/09   |   elevenbravo138again   |   1163 respect

I hear Weis, Belichek, T-Pain and DJ Dangermouse are in the studio now I hear their Mash-up of Sufferegette City and "Protect Ya Neck," is not only a club banger, but if you play the 12" version backwards you can hear Belichek muse about disguising the zone blitz.

3/14/09   |   Superbleeder   |   94 respect

Well he has to do stuff like this once in a while so people don't hate him so much.

3/14/09   |   drn0iswatr   |   731 respect

I think it is great that someone like that will take time out of their schedule to raise money for a good cause - good for him.

3/14/09   |   ChargerJim   |   80 respect

I'm about as anti-Patriots as they come, but that was kinda cool. It's neat seeing a different side of someone that you probably didn't know existed. Rock on, Bill & Charlie!!

3/14/09   |   Chief_aka_James   |   3307 respect

That's awesome. As much as people hate Belichick, and possibly deservedly so - I think he's a cool guy.

And this is coming from a non-Patriots fan...and even before the Vrabel/Cassel deal..

3/14/09   |   brandockrocks

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It was a pretty bad idea but they should have known i think he won't do it again in the future anyway and if he does well he should have known