Starting a chant is difficult. Just ask Bill Belichick.
The Patriots coach took the mic during the team’s victory rally at Boston town hall and wanted to show how personable and non-robotic he is. His chosen motto: No days off, which is a phrase basically nobody likes.
On some level, we get that it’s about how he puts in ludicrously long hours to make the Patriots the best, but you’re asking a city of people who literally took a day off to not take days off.
The whole thing flopped, which the NFLPA is probably happy about:
I'ma let you finish, Coach, but we're pretty sure the CBA says otherwise https://t.co/9nVPmlqVq5— NFLPA (@NFLPA) February 7, 2017
The crowd did start a big “M-V-P!” chant, followed by “WE WANT SIX!” Sadly, Bill’s didn’t go so well.