Belichick said Monday in an interview on WEEI’s “그렉 힐 쇼” 그는 리그에서 조롱하는 것을 좋아하지 않았습니다., 그는 가난한 스포츠맨십의 팬이 아니라고 말하면서.
“일반적으로, I don’t really think there’s a place for taunting in the game. I think that’s poor sportsmanship and it leads to other things. It leads to retaliation, and then where do you draw the line? I think the whole idea of the rule is to kind of nip it in the bud and not let it get started,” 그는 말했다, 통하다 The Spun.
“I’m in favor of that. I think that we should go out there and compete and try to play good football and win the game on the field. I don’t think it’s about taunting and poor sportsmanship. That’s not really my idea of what good football is.”
An unsurprising remark from Belichick, who definitely didn’t check social media to see the reaction from fans who were up in arms over Seattle Seahawks cornerback D.J. Reed receiving a penalty for taunting during his game against the 테네시 타이탄.
The NFL Players Association tweeted Monday, acknowledging that they heard the complaints from fans about the rule.
It doesn’t appear a rule change is coming this season.