Bill Belichick had a somewhat unremarkable five-year run as the head coach of the Cleveland Browns, finishing with a 36-44 overall record from 1991 to 1995, making the playoffs just once in the 1994 season.
You know the story here - Belichick was ultimately fired when the franchise moved to Baltimore and he eventually moved on to New England, where he's experienced unprecedented success and has been lauded as one of the greatest football coaches of all time. You know, typical Cleveland sports misery.
But while Belichick was in Cleveland, he did a segment with the late, great Mike Veneman, in which he gifted all of us with the perfect recipe for a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. Now, this recipe includes raisin bread and chunky peanut butter, so I might be asking some people to open their minds to new things with this, but Belichick has never been anything if not a true innovator, even in the sandwich realm.
Check out the segment below:
The real question now is when are we going to get that ham and cheese recipe we've heard so much about?