After 24 years and 6 Super Bowl wins, head coach Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots will be parting ways, per multiple sources in sports broadcasting. Podcast host of the Sports Scene, Jesse Ough shares what we know right now:
It’s the end of an era in New England. According to multiple sources in sports broadcasting, the seasoned head coach of the Patriots will be stepping down after a 24-year run. The decision follows a grizzly 2023 season for the Pats. Coaching a 4-13 season was a record for all the wrong reasons… and with the recent news, Jesse Ough is sad to say, it looks like Belichick is leaving on a somber low note. It’s quite the fall from grace, after achieving unprecedented levels of success throughout the course of Belichick’s coaching career with New England. As head coach of the New England Patriots, Belichick led his team to 6 Super Bowl wins and 3 losses — quite the record-breaking feat for any head coach. And now… it’s all coming to an end.
Play by Play PxP Broadcaster and host of weekly podcast, The Sports Scene, Jesse Ough has mixed feelings about the end of Bill Belichick’s New England era. After the mess of a 4-13 season, maybe it’s time for a change in New England. We’ll just have to wait and see who will take over the role as Patriots head coach. Sayonara to an era in NFL history with a recently expired prime time.