Belichick: Smith allegations probably 'frustration'

Belichick: Smith allegations probably 'frustration'
December 2, 2013, 9:00 pm
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Would Bill Belichick be greeted warmly if he returned as coach of another team?

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You can't expect Bill Belichick to entertain any jabs or shots involving the Patriots and Spygate or anything close.

When Texans defensive end Antonio Smith insinuated that the Patriots spied on them and adjusted their offense accordingly, it obviously created some buzz.

Asked about what Smith said today on WEEI, and if hearing the opposition bring up "spying" frustrated Belichick at all, Belichick turned it around and said it was the Texans frustrated.

"I'm sure they're frustrated," Belichick said. "They lost to us twice last year and lost to us again down there at home. We've seen that before. I'm sure there was some frustration. But you'd have to talk to him or follow up with the league on the rest of it."

Pressed further on if he himself was frustrated by it, Belichick again didn't really answer.

"There's nothing we can do about that. We just worry about what we can do."