Monday, December 16, 2013

Belichick breaks down Miami's key fourth and five play.

One of the key plays in the New England Patriots loss to Miami yesterday was the fourth and five screen pass to Charles Clay. The play resulted in a first down, and Miami eventually scored the winning touchdown on the same drive. Head coach Bill Belichick broke down the play today in his Monday conference call.

"Well, it's close. It's close." Hoodie stated today. "Obviously we just have to play it a little bit better. They didn't get the first down by much, but they got it. We just need to do a little better job on that play."

He added "I think it definitely could have been played better. Like I said, we were there. We had two guys there making the tackle right there at the sticks and he was able to fall forward for the yard. I mean, had we gotten there a step quicker, it was obviously a close play – that they made – but we were pretty close. We just need to play a little bit better. There were several things on the play that we could have just been a tiny bit better, might have made a difference. It just wasn't quite enough."

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