Monday, December 23, 2013

Belichick discusses red zone improvement vs. Ravens.

Today, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick had his weekly Monday conference cal this afternoon. One of the subject that came up was the improved red zone attack. Hoodie addressed this subject today.

"Better execution. It wasn't a big new game plan or anything, like we put in a new offense down there. We just did things better. I think the way that Josh [McDaniels] and the offensive coaches set some of the plays up to match up against the Ravens looks probably might have helped us a little bit too but we had some good blocking, good execution in the passing game, some very good running. Not anything revolutionary – just good football from really all 11 guys that were out there on the field. That's what it usually is when things go well, in any situation, whether it's red area, third down, running game, passing game. If everybody is doing a good job, you're going to have good results. If they're not, it's not going to look the way you want it to." Belechick said today. 

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