Patriots' Coach Focuses On Upcoming Playoff Game, Not 'SnapFace' The Steelers' coach was caught on Facebook Live insulting New England. Patriots coach Bill Belichick said he missed the insult because, "I'm not on Snapface" — conflating Facebook and Snapchat.

Patriots' Coach Focuses On Upcoming Playoff Game, Not 'SnapFace'

Patriots' Coach Focuses On Upcoming Playoff Game, Not 'SnapFace'

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The Steelers' coach was caught on Facebook Live insulting New England. Patriots coach Bill Belichick said he missed the insult because, "I'm not on Snapface" — conflating Facebook and Snapchat.

STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

Good morning, I'm Steve Inskeep with social media follies. We've told you the Pittsburgh Steelers coach was caught on Facebook Live insulting the New England Patriots. Patriots coach Bill Belichick responded. He said he missed the insult because, quote, "I'm not on Snapface (ph)."

RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:

Snapface?

INSKEEP: Apparently conflating Facebook and Snapchat. He also said he's not on Instantchat (ph).

MARTIN: Instantchat is not a thing.

INSKEEP: He's said in the past he doesn't Twitter, Myface (ph) or Yearbook.

MARTIN: OK, well, there are yearbooks.

INSKEEP: It's All Things Edition.

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