Once upon a time in 2003, Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury was drafted by New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick. Thursday night’s NFL Draft showed a lot has changed since the two were originally paired together.
During the first-ever “virtual” NFL Draft, America got a look at the dichotomy between the two as coaches and front office personnel hunkered down in their homes and other assorted places to make selections.
Belichick, who has been at coaching in some form since the 70s took a rather simplistic approach to Thursday’s draft from his house in Nantucket:
That’s right. A six-time Super Bowl-winning head coach sat at a dining room table surrounded by three computers.
Meanwhile, let’s check in on the war room digs of Kingsbury:
Wow. This appears to be something out of the movie Crazy, Stupid, Love. It legit resembles Ryan Gosling’s house in the movie. Kingsbury, a 40-year-old bachelor, apparently lives like a king.
If this were my house, I wouldn’t leave ever. The only circumstances that would force me to leave would be to coach my NFL team.
Kingsbury is king.