Trevor Siemian and the NY Jets ended Bill Belichick's Patriots career

Today is a very good day
NY Jets, Bill Belichick
NY Jets, Bill Belichick / David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

The final game of Bill Belichick's legendary career as head coach of the New England Patriots will forever be a loss to the Trevor Siemian-led NY Jets. That will forever be a fact etched into the annals of NFL history. It can never be taken away from Siemian or the Jets.

Belichick and the Patriots officially agreed to part ways on Thursday morning, ending the reign of one of the most successful head coaches in NFL history. He also happens to be one of the most hated figures in Jets history.

That's why today is a good day. The sun is shining extra bright. The birds are chirping. Children are singing. The bad man in New England is gone, and his evil empire has fallen.

The lasting image of Belichick in Patriots gear will be him walking off the field, ski mask covering his face, in a loss to Trevor Siemian and the Jets. Draft position be damned — that feels good.

The NY Jets sent Bill Belichick packing out of New England

Belichick's NFL career might not be over just yet, as the longtime Patriots coach is reportedly still interested in coaching. The Atlanta Falcons feel like an obvious landing spot for Belichick, and other teams are sure to be interested as well.

The bottom line, however, is that he's out of New England. The multi-decade reign of terror is over. While Belichick's aura may have lost some of its luster in recent years, the hatred Jets fans have for him has not.

This is still the same individual who left the organization high and dry before proceeding to spend the next 20+ years tormenting and mocking the Jets as if it was his life's mission. Belichick hated the Jets. The Jets hated Belichick. It was pure sports hatred.

Now, that man is gone. That historic chapter in the Jets/Patriots rivalry is over. Perhaps it's bittersweet for the sport, but it's most definitely a day for Jets fans to celebrate.

After not defeating the Patriots in over eight years — well over a decade on the road — it was veteran journeyman Trevor Siemian who finally broke the streak and ended Belichick's Patriots career with one final embarrassing loss to his biggest rivals.

It's poetic justice. It's football harmony. It's the end of an era, and Jets fans couldn't be any happier.