Bill Belichick Isn’t Concerned With The Outrage Against Gronk’s Hit On Sunday
Rob Gronkowski laid a hit on Tre’Davious White on Sunday that caused a ridiculous amount of outrage. As you probably could have guessed, Bill Belichick isn’t very concerned with it.
After the Patriots’ 23-3 win over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, Belichick called Gronk’s hit on White “bulls**t,” but today is another day, and the Patriots coach has already moved on. He’s not worried about a possible suspension for his star tight end, either. (RELATED: People Need To Stop Freaking Out About Gronk Destroying A Defensive Back)
“Well, I’d say on anything that is out of our control, such as injuries that could go down to pregame workouts and so forth, things that are out of our control are out of our control,” Belichick told Pro Football Talk on Monday. “We’ll address the things that we can address.”
Blatant attack after the play by Rob Gronkowski he’ll get a slap on the wrist but if that was anyone else they’d have probably been ejected or get suspended cheep shot on the Bulls defender New England Patriots dirty af play #NEvsBUF pic.twitter.com/RCyKJdBWci
— Phenomenal One J (@PhenomenalOneJ) December 3, 2017
Gronkowski’s hit on the Bills’ defensive back was definitely out of line, but it’s hard to imagine that it will result in a suspension. We’ll just have to wait and see how it plays out, but if one thing’s for sure, Belichick isn’t concerned about it, and he doesn’t have any time for your outrage.