Belichick has good morning after historic win
The sun brightened Gillette Stadium one day after
One of the most productive games of his brilliant career came against one of the worst teams in the NFL, but the mood was upbeat Monday. Even Bill Belichick was happy.
“It’s nice to come in this morning,” the New England
Start with Sunday’s 59-0 rout of the Tennessee
And they finally had some big gainers. In their first five games, their longest run was 19 yards and their longest completion gained 36.
“The quarterback made a good throw. The protection was good. We had time for the route to develop” on the long passes, Belichick said.
“I think we were just sick of hearing (them) and kind of wanted to shut them up,” said a joking
The snow that began just before the game seemed to help the
Receivers knew where they were going. On several passes, Welker and
“Some days out there when it’s snowy like that, it’s actually an advantage to the offense,” Brady said. “When you see the (rainy) weather forecast on Thursday, you’re kind of (angry). And then once the day of the games comes around, everyone is excited because you’re out there and you’re like, ‘This is football. This is how it should be.”‘
Not for the
“There is good and bad in everything,” said safety
It wasn’t a great day for outside linebacker
“We look at who can give us the best chance at their position or at the positions and Bill certainly looks at it from an overall team standpoint,” defensive coordinator Dean Pees said Monday.
What does that mean for the future of the 32-year-old Thomas?
“I don’t know,” Belichick said. “It was one game. We’ll evaluate it this coming week against Tampa like we always do.”
They’ll practice for Sunday’s game while other members of the organization complete the logistics of the overseas journey.
“We talk about certain things that we want to try to keep constant on the trips and we do that as much as we can,” Belichick said. “It’s not always possible to make them all the same based on where the facilities are and where we’re going, and sometimes the timing changes a little bit.”
“There’s always a little more information a day or two days after the game,” Belichick said when asked if the injury might sideline Morris for a long time.