Bill Belichick doesn't show a ton of emotion on the sidelines during NFL games, but the New England Patriots head coach couldn't contain his excitement in the final moments of Super Bowl LIII.
As the seconds ticked down and the Patriots were about to clinch their sixth Super Bowl victory with a 13-3 triumph over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday night, Belichick walked down the sideline hugging and congratulating anyone he could find.
Check out the emotional scene in the NFL Films video below.
The moment the @Patriots won their SIXTH @SuperBowl title. 🏆 #SBLIII #NFLMicdUp (via @nflfilms) pic.twitter.com/B38IPKLt95— NFL (@NFL) February 7, 2019
Belichick now has won eight Super Bowl titles. His first two came as defensive coordinator of the New York Giants and the last six have come as head coach of the Patriots.
He's the only head coach in NFL history to win more than four Super Bowls, and he's tied George Halas and Curly Lambeau for the most championships by a head coach in league history with six. Going for a record seventh title likely will be among the motivations for Belichick entering the 2019 season.
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