What Was The Deal With Pats Coach Bill Belichick’s Pre Super Bowl Tshirt?

Prior to Sunday’s Super Bowl XLIX, New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick was spotted wearing an interesting shirt. The snake on the back, poised to strike, was somewhat reminiscent of Gadsden’s Don’t Tread On Me symbology but it wasn’t all there.


Turns out, that wasn’t half wrong. The image was from the Dynamis Alliance DTOM Tshirt. The image was created by tattoo artist Joey Nobody and former SEAL and Dynamis frontman Dom Raso is a dyed in the wool Patriots fan. That’s where it came from.

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3 Responses to “What Was The Deal With Pats Coach Bill Belichick’s Pre Super Bowl Tshirt?”

  1. D says:

    I’m not a huge fan of Dom Raso or the Pats, but that’s pretty cool.

  2. Dellis says:

    Cool shirt and logo….I am very surprised that no anti-gun lefty has yet to start a campaign of some sort to get this guy fired for his extreme views of gun ownership and support of the Tea Party! Or have they and I am unaware?

  3. LCSO264 says:

    I am not familiar with the names listed associated to the shirt design, but that is a good looking shirt, and a message/cause I am already fully behind/supporting (obviously). I particularly like the version the coach was wearing, as I don’t care for t-shirts with large print on the front.