The Pittsburgh Steelers were robbed of a good night’s sleep ahead of their AFC title game against the New England Patriots thanks to a man who pulled the fire alarm in the team’s hotel at around 3:40 a.m. Sunday, Massachusetts State Police told ESPN’s Sal Paolantonio.
The perpetrator, Dennis Harrison, 25, was apprehended and charged with disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace, and setting off a false fire alarm, adds NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.
Harrison allegedly ran from the hotel into an awaiting getaway car and attempted to flee the scene with two other men. However, they were quickly caught by state police, sources told Paolantonio.
Bill Belichick strikes again. I won’t even pretend to be coy here. This is 1000% the doing of the New England Patriots organization. It’s not even subtle. Belichick doesn’t give a fuck anymore. He’ll record you practicing. He’ll have staff members run in the locker rooms after games and snatch up old playbooks. He take air out of a football and he’ll hire a prankster to pull the fire alarms at your hotel 18 hours before kickoff.
I mean, the Patriots obviously won this game already, right? Like, the Steelers are stuck in the Belichick’s mental web. For the rest of the day they’re going to be wondering if the Patriots tried to sabotage them and then BAM, next thing you know, Brady has 4 touchdown passes in the first quarter and their season is over. Like clockwork.
I’m honestly shocked that Antonio Brown didn’t Facebook live the whole ordeal. I guess we’ll never know what really went down at 3AM this morning.
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