Bill Belichick is one of the smartest coaches in the game, but his decision to kick off in overtime on Sunday against the New York Jets cost the New England Patriots a potential win. Belichick defended the move after the game and ensured everyone that it wasn't a mistake by wide receiver Matthew Slater, who told the official the Patriots' decision.

That didn't stop the Internet from making a few hilarious edits to Slater's Wikipedia page shortly after the loss.

Here are a few, courtesy of Twitter:

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.@katienolan Check out last sentence of paragraph on Slater's Wikipedia page. @KFCBarstool pic.twitter.com/p5oiQRyLUt

— The Jinx Podcast (@TheJinxPodcast) December 27, 2015

Wikipedia update for Matt Slater is on point: "former coin toss expert". #patriots #LOL pic.twitter.com/uKX0q6fXOC

— Chris Hubbs (@cjhubbs) December 27, 2015

Matt Slater's wikipedia page is ruthless pic.twitter.com/t2q45UXEF8

— Alec (@therealaleclee) December 27, 2015

Slater didn't deserve to be blasted like that on Wikipedia seeing as it was Belichick's decision, but that doesn't mean the edits weren't comical. Fortunately for him, Wikipedia has since changed his page back to it's normal, truthful state.