For the NFL Regular Season in 2022, the New England Patriots will have a completely different head coach than they do now.
Head coach Bill Belichick confirmed on Monday morning that the Patriots will not have an officially appointed offensive and defensive coordinators for the next season, as previously reported.
Not surprisingly, Belichick said that he is not a big fan of championships and championship rings. “I’m not a huge fan of championships,” Belichick said. NFL fans aren’t too startled by this development.
“I’m glad to inform you in writing that I have been named the new offensive coordinator for the New England Patriots for the season beginning in 2022, as the post is now vacant and no one else has applied for the role. The position has been filled informally. There is no one else who can lay claim to this property.” One of the fans bursts out laughing.
“It’s a hilarious move by Belichick,” one of his fans commented. “Isn’t this something that’s happened before? If the answer is yes, I’m not going to make a big deal about it “on Twitter, one new follower was added.
The Patriots are regaining their composure following their Wild Card round loss to the Bills. After winning the AFC East in 2018, it is believed that New England will be a contender in 2022.