No question about it,” he said. “Very tough minded and determined group that even though as you said at times the deck has been stacked against us or it’s been things that we’ve had to overcome, they haven’t ever made any excuses or tried to back down from the challenge. They just try to meet it head-on with the best effort they can. Sometimes it’s been good enough, sometimes it hasn’t,” he continued. “The attitude, the ability to go out there and fight and persevere and deal with whatever the circumstances are and not really get too fazed by it, but just try to deal with it, has been very impressive by the entire team this year, especially with some young guys and newer faces on the team.
Norv has run his offense pretty much since he was in Dallas, it doesn’t make it easy to stop. Honestly, I’d rather not see Norv, just because he’s been an experienced guy in the league and he definitely knows what he’s doing. He’s dealt with everything, so whatever opportunities he sees, whatever weaknesses you have, he’s going to recognize them, and he’s got his plays to go in there and expose them, and he’s certainly got the personnel to do it with. Yeah, we know what his basic stuff is, so does everybody else, but that doesn’t keep him from doing it, and it doesn’t make it easy to stop at all. So no, I’m not looking forward to seeing Norv, just like I wasn’t looking forward to seeing Dick LeBeau with the Steelers a few weeks ago.
Can I piggyback on @lolpats with this one of BB?
What better way to kick off a Thursday than a Gronkapalooza film breakdown from BB?
Also a nice breakdown of the final play of the game and what I pointed out earlier this week with Chris Jones coming through with a nice rush in crunch time.
I was there for five years," Belichick said. "It was five important years in my life, for myself, my family and all that. Obviously, we’ve all moved on, and I have a job to do here and that’s where my loyalty is, is to Robert (Kraft), the Patriots organization and this football team. So it’s no different than how I feel, honestly, about the Colts, or the Lions or the Broncos. I feel differently about the Jets. We won’t put them in that category.
When you have two challenges, I don’t see anything wrong with the concept of ‘you can challenge any two plays that you want,’” Belichick said. “I understand that judgment calls are judgment calls, but to say that an important play can’t be reviewed, I don’t think that’s really in the spirit of trying to get everything right and making sure the most important plays are officiated properly.
Must-watch after every win, here’s almost seven minutes of BB showing us some of the biggest plays from the Broncos win.