Bill Belichick has led the New England Patriots since 2000, using his unique approach to build them into the type of organization that many other programs look up to and want to emulate. But before being named the head coach in New England, Belichick led the Cleveland Browns to a 36-44 mark in five seasons.
At one point during the course of those five seasons, Belichick appeared on a low-budget cooking show with host Mike Veneman, and that brings me to a video that gives me an excuse to participate in #ThrowbackThursday.
Before you get your hopes up thinking that Belichick is going to go full Herb Hand (who appeared on Food Network's Chopped), or Bret Bielema (who often takes to Twitter to show off his cooking skills) on a delicious dish you can fix your entire family tonight, allow me to stop you.
In true Belichick fashion, he keeps things simple in front of the camera with a simple peanut butter and jelly sandwich - with a significant twist - on raisin bread instead of white or wheat bread.
Take in this throwback video below.
In addition to being the greatest HC of all-time, Belichick is a culinary genius! Had my first PB & J on Raisin Bread, phenomenal, who knew? pic.twitter.com/T2Vob8hvcK
— James Light (@JamesALight) May 2, 2017