Nationalists lead trainer Bill Belichick pursued a striking choice on Monday night, sidelining Macintosh Jones for Bailey Zappe in the second quarter of the game.
Belichick probably realized that move would prompt a lot of inquiries from the media this week.
However, that doesn't mean he'll address Nationalists' correspondents' inquiries.
On Tuesday morning, Belichick was inquired as to whether Jones will be New Britain's beginning quarterback when sound.
"That is a speculative inquiry," Belichick answered. "So we should see where that is and the very thing that that is."
Football fans around the nation are attempting to figure out a deeper meaning.
"This is only a wordy approach to saying no," one fan said. "Without precedent, for quite a while Bill is irritating me," another fan composed.
"No doubt this group is cooked," a Nationalists fan tweeted. Jones had 13 passing yards and a capture attempt prior to being sidelined.
Zappe gave the Nationalists a flash in the subsequent quarter, driving consecutive score drives. He returned to earth in the last part, throwing a couple of captures.