Bill Belichick and his Surface FOXBORO, MA – OCTOBER 02: Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots reacts during during the second half against a game with the Buffalo Bills at Gillette Stadium on October 2, 2016 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has had enough of your technological advances in the NFL. In a move sure to disappoint Microsoft, Belichick has decided he is no longer going to use a Microsoft Surface tablet on the sideline of NFL games.

“I’m done with the tablets. They’re just too undependable,” Belichick said . “Too much inconsistency. I just can’t take it anymore.”

Belichick has had a season’s worth of gripes to share about Microsoft’s answer to the iPad. He has been seen letting out his frustrations on his tablet devices on the sidelines this season, and he has never backed away from trashing them when given the opportunity.

Instead of relying on the tablet devices, Belichick says he is going to go back to the old-fashioned method of using printed out pictures of the field. Let’s just hope somebody remembers to keep the ink and toner filled to capacity.

[Larry Brown Sports]

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