Bill Belichick loves his ‘No days off!’ chant, but the NFLPA isn’t amused

It isn’t often Bill Belichick inspires emotion, at least not publicly. Maybe there’s a reason for that.

The prickly Patriots coach broke character Tuesday as the Boston masses gathered to celebrate a fifth Super Bowl championship and let loose during his speech..

Decidedly pumped, Belichick applauded his players’ work ethic. “No days off!” he shouted to the thousands of Patriots fans, most having gathered, ironically, after they’d taken the day off from work to attend the rally. Belichick paused a moment for the half-hearted cheer, then, with grimacing players on either side, attempted to lead the most awkward chant you’ll ever see.

Another stalled drive, another punt. The Falcons picked up just 24 yards in five plays before they had to give the ball back to the Patriots. Those who took the over were getting nervous.

Tom Brady got nailed by Falcons defensive tackle Grady Jarrett for what amounted to a coverage sack on third down to force a punt. Brady took a massive hit Cheap Jerseys US from behind — not an ideal way for New England to see a drive end. It was the second time Brady was sacked during the series.

The Patriots’ Trey Flowers ended what looked like it would be a solid Falcons drive when he sacked Matt Ryan on a third-and-4. Atlanta, which had started the drive on its own 8-yard line, got a boost from Devonta Freeman’s 37-yard run on the first play of the drive. But Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys it became useless when the Falcons’ drive stalled.