Insider says Colts loss may have decided head coach Bill Belichick’s fate in New England

Insider says Colts loss may have sealed New England head coach Bill Belichick’s fate By Michael Gallagher | Last updated 11/13/23 The New England Patriots’ 10-6 loss to the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday was not only the team’s eighth loss this season but also marked the third in seven recent games.
Most teams cannot do that.
score a goal.
Things haven’t been that bad in New England since Bill Belichick’s first year as the team’s head coach in 2000.
Belichick was asked last week if he felt he was a coach for the public.
his job for the rest of the season, he responded that he intends to focus only on what he can control, but SI.com’s Albert Breer thinks things have come to a head.
This 71 year old head coach.
“Honestly, I think, if I were Robert Kraft right now, I could go to Bill and say, ‘How do you want to do this?
‘” Breer said, via NBC Sports Boston.
“I think we’re at the point where they can sit down and talk to each other and say, ‘Do you want to end this right now and let Jerod Mayo coach the season?
‘ Do you want to finish the season and we can announce it in December and give you a nice ceremony for your final home game, or do you want to do it the hard way?
And we’re getting to the end of the school year and then I have to make a decision about you one way or another.
‘” As the Patriots take time off this week before returning to action on November 26 against the New York.
For the York Giants, this could be the perfect time for Kraft and Belichick to figure out an exit strategy if that is indeed the direction the organization chooses to take.
If Belichick becomes a free agent, he will likely have a list of suitors for his services, with as many as 10 teams possibly looking for a new head coach next year.
“There’s a couple of teams that he’s connected enough with and one team wonders, Washington, Dallas – I think if there’s an opportunity for him and he wants to coach next year, it’ll probably be worked out.
” pre-correction at least to some degree,” Breer added.
If Belichick coaches a new team in 2024, his new owner won’t get a free pass.
NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported Sunday that Kraft wants some compensation for any team that hires Belichick.

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