Last week, the San Diego Chargers has five neutral zone infractions against Denver. Peyton Manning did an outstanding job of drawing the Chargers D-line over. How does Bill Belichick coach up his D-line to succeed when a well disciplined group like the Chargers made the key mistakes?
"First of all, I think you have to give a lot of credit to Denver on that, Manning. They did a great job with the snap count." Belichick said today. "They do a good job mixing it up anyway, but they certainly did a good job of doing some of the things that they had done maybe all year, or certainly for a number of weeks and putting a variation to them. That was very effective. You’re right. San Diego is a good football team. They played them twice already this year, they have a very good understanding of what they’re doing and they got them. We have to be really disciplined, very alert. That’s always been a big part of Peyton’s game, is controlling the defensive front, however he does it with the fake cadence, double cadence, hard counts, so forth. We have to do a great job, be disciplined there. Nobody does it better than them and that’s a big challenge for us to a, not show what we’re doing and be aggressive and not be offside."