Bill Belichick Decked Out At Pats NJ Hotel (Video)

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick is at the same time the most respected and most polarizing coach in all the NFL. The man's remarkable coaching resume includes five Super Bowl championships (three as Pats head coach, two as Giants assistant), a spectacular .649 winning percentage and three AP NFL Coach of the Year awards.

On the other side of the equation, the Wesleyan University –alum (CT) will always be remembered for the infamous “Spygate” controversy, where Belichick and the Patriots organization were fined $500,000 and $250,000 respectively, for illegally videotaping opposing team coaching signals. In addition, New England was forced to surrender a first round draft pick, as part of the penalty.

As a result of these findings of wrongdoing, Baltimore Ravens coach John Harbaugh even went as far as calling the Patriots titles “stained.”

Belichick is also widely criticized for his bunker mentality regarding injury reports and overall surly approach to dealings with opposing coaches and the media.

For all these reasons, the defensive guru is without question the most prominent coach in the NFL, circa 2012.

He is both famous and infamous, all at once.

Wednesday afternoon, Belichick was spotted walking through the lobby of the Sheraton Meadowlands Hotel & Conference Center in East Rutherford, New Jersey, three hours prior to a preseason contest versus the New York Giants.

The property is located on the opposite side of Route 3 from MetLife Stadium.

Frankly, it was a bit bizarre seeing the man in a finely tailored suit, when considering his well known love of hooded sweatshirts.

Check out the fashion show, per the above original video, as Belichick stops to converse with a member of the hotel staff, before leaving the building.