Jason Whitlock Mocks Those Angered By Bill Belichick’s ‘Death Stare’


Jason Whitlock typically isn’t one to side with Bill Belichick, but he had no reservations Monday about throwing his support behind the New England Patriots head coach.

By now you’ve certainly seen the stare seen around the world, as Belichick glared, clearly out of annoyance, at CBS Sports’ Dana Jacobson after she asked him about Antonio Brown before Sunday’s Patriots-New York Jets game.

Plenty of folks on Twitter took exception to the stare, though Jacobson wasn’t one of them. During Monday’s edition of FS1’s “Speak For Yourself.” Whitlock took those offended to the woodshed.

“This is where we’re at in America,” Whitlock said. “One second of direct eye contact from a man, a man who smiles just once a year for three seconds after the Patriots win the Super Bowl, was worthy of public rebuke.”

Take a listen to his full comments here.

You might not be a fan of Belichick’s stare, or maybe you are. Either way, we know where Whitlock stands.

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