Bill Belichick doesn't want to be questioned about leaving Tom Brady in games with a big lead

Throughout the years, we haven't seen many games Patriots games that Tom Brady hasn't finished even if they're winning big.

Yesterday was one of those games. With the Patriots leading 35-17 late, some wondered why Brady wasn't pulled against a dirty Miami Dolphins team that has nothing to play for.

Bill Belichick was asked about this after the game and didn't seem too happy to field the question.


"It's easy for you to sit there and say the game is out of hand," Belichick said. "But if you watch games in the National Football League, a lot can change in a hurry. The only time I think the game is in hand [is] when they're not going to have enough possessions to get the points they need. Sorry, we just see that one totally differently."

Games against Miami always worry me because of Ndamukong Suh, Kiko Alonso and others. They aren't going anywhere and the Patriots are trying to win a Super Bowl. It's just a bad combination. So taking Brady out early was something I wanted to see as well and I really hope this doesn't come back to bite the Pats down the road.

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