Statistics don't lie. Bill Belichick hates losing so much he refuses to speak after it happens:
We started by looking at how long each of them is willing to stand in front of the podium. There's actually not much variation between the two; Belichick answers questions with an average of 72 words, whereas Brady's answers average 60 words. However, the difference in the two personalities becomes apparent when we split these averages up by wins and losses. Brady's answer length barely changes; after a win, his average response length is 59 words, as compared to 62 words following a loss. Belichick is quite a bit less eager to talk to the media after a defeat. Though he averages 82-word answers following a win, he cuts his responses to an average of 25 words after a loss, less than one-third of his post-victory average.
wow, thought this was a colts site, but since were on the subject, id rather listen to them NONE at all. but i only see colts blue, and to whom ever sat and averaged the words out, sheesh, i dont know weather to tell you to get a life or pat you on the back. either way bravo!!
@David Burton Not a great deal of Colts news this morning but our readers love anything about Bill Belichick's anger. In fact, they seem to like anything that makes him angry to be specific.