Landon Collins Says He Doesn’t Want Belichick As Coach Of The Giants Because “He’s Too Strict”

With reports about the Patriots eventually demise on the horizon and rumors of Bill Belichick looking to coach eslewhere next season, the Giants have emerged as prohibited favoroties if he does so.

One would think any team or player in the NFL would line up to have to opportunity to have arguably the greatest football coach in history on their sideline, but Giants safety Landon Collins thinks otherwise.
Collins played under Nick Saban at Alabama at college and was outspoken earlier this week to the New York Post about not being a fan of the strict coaching style.

“The way he runs his organization, I’ve been through that process. I don’t like it. It’s too strict. … He’s a great winner, he’s a great coach. I don’t know if (his style) is what the organization really wants.”


Collins has perhaps gotten comfortable with the player focused locker room of Ben McAdoo, who led the Giants to a 3-13 season and it currently out of a job.

“I talked to guys who played for (Belichick’s) team,” Collins told the Post. “They love winning, but at the same time, they don’t want to be on the team.”

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