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Bill Belichick’s postgame press conference

Bill Belichick during the Pats-Cowboys game. (Photo By: AP Photo/Tim Sharp)

Bill Belichick during the Pats-Cowboys game.
(Photo By: AP Photo/Tim Sharp)

Patriots head coach Bill Belichick spoke to the media Sunday after beating the Dallas Cowboys.

He spoke on a number of things from Dion Lewis, Collins, defense, and the offensive line, and the Cowboys.

When asked about Dion Lewis, Belichick had nothing but good things to say, “Dion’s been giving us a lot of productive plays, both running and passing.  Some inside plays, some outside plays, some run-after-catch plays.  He’s been doing it for us all year. He’s a hard guy to tackle.  He’s tough when he gets a little bit of space,” the winning coach stated.

He talked about the production his front seven had against a very talented Cowboys offensive line.

“It was a big challenge.  They’ve got an excellent running game. Good backs, really good offensive line, obviously a good tight end – Witten – fullback.  It was just team defense,” Belichick said. “The guys on the edge did a good job, they didn’t give up a lot of easy yards outside.  I thought we did a decent job on the line of scrimmage.  They hit us on some cutback runs for some four-and-five yarders that we could have played better, but overall, not bad.  I thought we tacked pretty well today.  This is a good team, a lot of good runners.  Beasley, Whitehead, obviously the backs, McFadden, Randle.  Getting those guys on the ground isn’t that easy.  I thought overall we did a decent job of that. Our front played well.  Really worked hard on run defense going all the way back to the bye week last Wednesday.”

To read or listen to his entire postgame conference, GO HERE. 

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