Photo: Twitter Goes Nuts After Live Shot Of Belichick’s War Room Just Shows His Dog

Have you ever see Bill Belichick’s war room? No? Well, it has a dog in it. The Patriots head coach received help from an expert during the 2020 NFL Draft.

Belichick and the New England Patriots made the 37th pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, and that’s not even the main topic today. Everyone is talking about the dog. What was the dog doing in Belichick’s chair?

As you may know, this year’s draft goes virtually. ESPN made live shots of the setup of each NFL team’s head coach and director of player personnel.

The Patriots were getting ready to take Kyle Dugger. ESPN went to a live shot of Coach B and Nick Caserio. Well, they didn’t get Belichick. That’s a sure bet. His dog was right there! It was the most hilarious sight of the NFL draft. Fans cheered on, and Twitter exploded with reactions.

Some said the dog has replaced Belichick. Others said this was the end of the Patriots dynasty. One thing stands for sure. We had a lot of fun.

Hall of Famers are selected from Belichick’s war room

New England is taking one step at a time. The team traded out of the first round of the NFL Draft. They have finally made the first pick in the draft.

With their 37th overall pick, the Pats have picked safety Kyle Dugger from Lenoir-Rhyne. Dugger has won the Cliff Harris Award as a senior. This award is given to the best defensive player in Division II. The player came down with two interceptions and defended six passes in the seven games he played in 2019.

Dugger recorded 10 interceptions overall in his collegiate career. He forced and recovered six fumbles. Belichick would love his fast, hard-hitting safety. Dugger stands at 6-foot-1, 217 pounds. He didn’t make any great plays on defense, but had great impact on special teams. Dugger returned six punts for scores during his game with the Bears. Teams haven’t drafted a player out of Lenoir-Rhyne University since 2000.

Belichick is ready for bolder moves, and Caserio is confident about the team’s next picks. They are targeting big names.