New England Patriots coach Steve Belichick‘s tongue wagging and bizarre facial expressions during Sunday night’s NFL game have given rise to a ton of memes online.

Bill Belichick’s son, Steve, is the Patriots’ linebackers coach and was watching the action against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers closely on Sunday.

Throughout the night, Steve, who sported a mullet, caught the audience’s attention as he kept sticking his tongue out and grimacing during the tense game.

12 hilarious Steve Belichick tongue-wagging memes

NFL fans swarmed Twitter in disbelief and confusion during Sunday night’s (October 3) game after viewing Steve’s antics. The 34-year-old coach soon turned into a meme.

One fan hilariously compared Steve’s expressions to that of Commodus from the Gladiator movie.

How Steve would react if he saw Ace Ventura for the first time!

Steve’s impression done by Spongebob’s Patrick Star.

Comparing Steve to his father Bill.

Using Steve’s facial expression in real-life situations.

Some more Spongebob inspired memes.

One fan understood why Steve has his job!

Others hilariously thought the coach was on edibles.

Did Steve just realize that Tom Brady plays for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?

Dog horrified by Steve’s tongue wagging

Some more memes.

Get to know Bill Belichick’s son

Bill’s son, Steve, has the same fiery intensity as his father, but clearly lacks stoicism. The 24-year-old, who was the former safeties coach for the Patriots, started his work as the defensive assistant in 2012.

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Steve played lacrosse in high school and was an Honorable Mention selection in his senior year. During his years at Rutgers University, he continued to play lacrosse where he served as the defenseman and long-stick midfielder (LSM) for the uni’s team from 2008 through 2011.

He was also a part of the Rutgers Football under coach Greg Schiano in 2011. Steve’s younger brother, Brian Belichick, also works in the New England Patriots organization and is serving as the current safeties coach.

A look at Tom Brady’s homecoming game

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Tom’s team, the Buccaneers, won Sunday night’s game held at the Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. They beat the Patriots 19-17.

The Bill Belichick led team lost the game after Nick Folk’s single field goal kick ended up bouncing against the post and into the end zone during the game’s last few seconds.

Tom started Sunday’s game by breaking Drew Brees’ record for passing 80,358 yards and became NFL’s all-time leader. The NFL star now has 80,560 yards following the latest game.

The 44-year-old also led the Bucs to a late fourth-quarter field goal with only 1:57 remaining in the game.

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