You could argue that Bill Belichick is the most famous Luddite in America. He makes a big show about not knowing the names of social media platforms (SnapFace, InstantFace, MyFace), because why would you care about social media platforms when you have seven Super Bowl rings? You think anyone’s trying to keep in touch with Belichick via Facebook? If he had a Twitter account, it would be a string of tweets that just said “Seattle.”
But, in case there was any doubt as to whether he’s recently changed his mind about the internet, it’s looking like he hasn’t. Because Belichick wore the same clothes on Tuesday that he wore on Monday, just with slight modifications. And everyone knows that the first rule of social media is: If you know you’re going to be photographed, don’t wear the same outfit two days in a row.
However, I think the quarterback market will be hot on draft day, and if there is a belief that a guy can be your franchise quarterback, waiting 21 more picks and hoping he’s still there doesn’t mesh with the belief that the player is a franchise-caliber quarterback. I know the same can be said for then why didn’t you take him at No. 1, but that speaks to the extremely high level of a prospect that Garrett is valued at. From a fan interest perspective, Trubisky is a player who the entire city of Cleveland can instantly get behind due to his local roots.