Ever since Asante Samuel came at Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots, Matthew Judon has been on the front line defending his team. But while Judon may defend the Patriots, Samuel isn’t backing down from a fight; at least verbally.
While Samuel threw the first punch, Judon clapped back, saying that the Patriots’ culture is much different than when Samuel played in New England. Samuel, after reading Judon’s roast, immediately had some words of his own.
“No it’s not,” Samuel tweeted to Judon about the Pats’ culture. “You just a little brain washed right now.”
Samuel didn’t stop there, claiming Judon admitted he thinks New England used to be worse. He ended his rant by saying he has always been consistent about how he spoke about the Patriots, dating back to 2006.
This whole quarrel started when Asante Samuel warned Lamar Jackson not to play for the Patriots because of Bill Belichick. Judon responded, saying things are different now with the Patriots and it’s not the same team Samuel played for.
Samuel, who played for the Patriots from 2003-2007, doesn’t believe Judon. While at this point in their argument they aren’t even talking about Jackson anymore, Samuel thinks everything is the same in New England. He certainly isn’t portraying Belichick in the brightest of lights.
The former cornerback won two Super Bowls with the Patriots. However, it’s clear he wasn’t a fan of playing for Bill Belichick. Matthew Judon is chasing his first Super Bowl ring in New England. As long as he is playing for Belichick, he’s there to defend him from Samuel or any other haters.