Bill Belichick: Not much to say, everything was a problem today

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Patriots coach Bill Belichick is on to a bye week after Sunday’s 34-10 loss to the Titans and he didn’t have much interest in breaking down what went wrong after the game.

Belichick opened his press conference by saying “there’s really not too much to say” because the Titans were the better team in every phase of the game. Belichick’s first question was about the pass protection being an issue and the coach said “everything was a problem” for the team.

That was the theme of the entire session as Belichick kept returning to the Titans being the better team. At the end of the press conference, Belichick said the Patriots have “a lot of work to do” and was asked if the lopsided loss will change any bye week plans.

“We will deal with this week, this week,” Belichick said. “Right now, we were focused on coming in here and playing this game. That’s what we did. The game was over 10 minutes ago, so we will deal with next week, next week. We’ve been trying to focus on this game.”

The Patriots will return from the bye to face the Jets in Week 12.

15 responses to “Bill Belichick: Not much to say, everything was a problem today

  1. He’s right. The Patriots were soundly beaten for all 60 minutes and in every phase of the game. They will have a lot to deal with.

  2. The offensive line problems will be corrected, make no mistake about it. This team will be in Atlanta.

  3. I love his pressers… a classic!!! Many folks hate him and call him a cheater or whatever, but every one of us would love to have him as our HC.
    He is a genius IMO

  4. It sure is a good thing the Patriots have seven bye weeks (two games against the Jets, Bills and Dolphins).

  5. superpatriotsfan says:
    November 11, 2018 at 5:20 pm
    Sore loser.

    Clearly you are NOT a superpatriotsfan. Clearly you are just a troll. Be an honest troll at least. I personally love that he doesn’t emote much in a win OR a loss. There’s not much to say. They were beaten in all 4 quarters on offense, defense and special teams. He handles it like he handles everything. Not too high, not too low, and not too informative. Boohoo to those who don’t like it. He’s not a game show host, he is a coach.

  6. Pats got outplayed from the jump. They didn’t get off the plane.

    Give the Titans credit tho, their entire team made big plays when they had to have it. Very well played game by them.

  7. they played like a tired team that was ready for the bye week! All the injuries,primetime games back to back road games took a toll. 7-3 is a nice place to be they will be there when the smoke clears!

  8. dolphins1484 says:
    November 11, 2018 at 5:20 pm
    Its obvious hes throwing games against former pats to make them look good.

    I don’t believe this. Vrabel wanted to show to Bill. Lewis and Butler wanted a revenge. They were super motivated.
    I would stop with JMD being cute – Don’t call plays where TB12 have to catch a ball!!! He clearly can’t do that. I’m happy he is fluid in the pocket, but don’t ask him to run.
    And on defense: did they wanted to stop the run or the pass? If you can’t do both, you rather concentrate on one. Yesterday they couldn’t do neither.

    I’m happy for this loss. In the power rankings they were overestimated, IMO. I don’t say that BB cares about things like that but you hardly can take out of the players head that they are 7-2 and an apparently easy schedule. This was an ugly but well needed wake up call.

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