Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Cassius Marsh is at it again when it comes to criticizing one of his former teams, the New England Patriots.

Back in 2018, Marsh said he was glad to be with the San Francisco 49ers after a brief stint with the Patriots because his time with New England wasn’t any fun. He took some heat from fans for that and then doubled down on the comments.

Now, Marsh is once again criticizing The Patriot Way for being no fun. While he acknowledges the immense success the Patriots have had in terms of winning, it comes at the expense of enjoyment.

Via PFT:

“The Patriot Way is extremely impressive,” Marsh said. “They work day-in and day-out. Their work ethic over there, what they instill, is pretty legendary. But they also treat players like crap. You don’t have a lunch period. You get there and you have to make time to eat in between meetings. And they’re like five to 10 minute periods where I would literally go scoop food and put it in a cup and crush it real quick before I got to the next meeting. There’s no fun. There’s no — well, that is what I got in trouble for, for saying they don’t have fun.”

Marsh was traded to the Patriots in 2017. He played nine games with the franchise before getting released in the middle of the season and then heading to San Francisco. He has bounced around the NFL since.

While this does sound like sour grapes, Marsh claims other Patriots players have thanked him for speaking out against the way the franchise runs things. While it’s hard to argue with all the championships, they’re not quite as cool if they’re joyless.

Still, Patriots fans will surely come after Marsh again for taking on The Patriot Way.