Ryan Clark compares Bill Belichick to God in bizarre ESPN moment

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After the Patriots defeated the Bills 14-10 on “Monday Night Football,” Ryan Clarke did more than praise Bill Belichick.

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Clarke compared him to God.

After the former NFL security turned ESPN analyst declared Belichick the “greatest of all time” on Scott Van Pelt’s “SportsCenter” following the Patriots’ crucial AFC East win, Clarke said Belichick understands that his likeness And how football teams are built in the image. , You only know one other person they talked to about making things in his likeness and image? It was in the Bible—it was God.”

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Clark, 42, responded to a tweet Tuesday morning about his comments Write“I was clean as hell!”

Belichick and the Patriots won their seventh straight game in Buffalo’s chilly weather conditions, including 40 mph winds. He joined George Halas as the second coach after defeating the Bills with 19 road wins against a single opponent.

But some fans thought Clarke had something more to do with the Bible.

a person jokingly said, “Ryan Clark is trying to get invited to dinner with Belichick.”

one more tweeted“Now I’ve Seen It All, Ryan Clark Compares Bill Belichick to God on SVP.”

Bill Belichick during the Patriots’ victory over the Bills on December 6, 2021.
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After a 2-4 start to the season, New England was clouded by doubts, with the Patriots now at the top of the AFC.

Rookie quarterback Mac Jones has been a standout in his draft class, and managed to lead the Pats to victory on Monday despite completing just 2 out of 3 passes on the night. The Patriots ran 46 times for 222 yards and threw three times for 19 yards—the fewest passes attempted by any team in a game since 1974.

The New England defense has been elite, allowing the fewest points per game in the NFL (15.4).

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Ryan Clark during ESPN’s “Sports Center” Monday night.
ESPN

Critics count on Belichick and the Patriots following Tom Brady’s exit from Tampa Bay in March 2020. The star quarterback and veteran coach won six Super Bowls together, but Brady won No. 7 in his first year.

The Patriots (9-4) get a bye in Week 14 before leaving for the Colts on December 18.

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