New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick doesn't seem to smile, ever. If his team has just won the Super Bowl, he might smirk. But at Monday's Patriots practice, Belichick was cheesing. 

The reason? His rookie lineman, Isaiah Wynn, persevered to haul in a punt from Ryan Allen, delighting his teammates and the fans in attendance at Gillette Stadium. The feat meant the team had no curfew over the next two nights.

Wynn failed on his first try, but he and his teammates (including Rob Gronkowski) succeeded in convincing the team to give Wynn one more try.

Check out the hilarious clip below.

The Patriots selected Wynn, who is 302 pounds, out of Georgia with the No. 23 pick in this year's draft. He plays tackle. The 21-year-old was first-team All-SEC and second-team All-American this season. He was a consistent starter during his sophomore and junior seasons.

Expectations are high, again, for the Patriots this season. Despite falling in the 2017-18 Super Bowl to the Philadelphia Eagles, New England is Vegas' favorite to win the title this coming season. Additionally, the sports books favor Tom Brady, who is about to turn 41, to win MVP.

Below are the latest odds, via SportsLine, for all the NFL teams.

Patriots - 6-1

Rams - 10-1

Vikings - 10-1

Steelers - 10-1

Eagles - 10-1

Packers - 14-1

Falcons - 16-1

Texans - 16-1

Jaguars - 16-1

Chargers - 16-1

Saints - 18-1

Raiders - 18-1

49ers - 20-1

Chiefs - 20-1

Giants - 20-1

Lions - 25-1

Titans - 25-1

Cowboys - 30-1

Seahawks - 40-1

Broncos - 40-1

Panthers - 40-1

Redskins - 50-1

Ravens - 50-1

Colts - 60-1

Browns - 80-1

Bengals - 80-1

Dolphins - 80-1

Bills - 80-1

Bears - 80-1

Buccaneers - 80-1

Jets - 80-1

Cardinals - 100-1

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