Bill Belischik offered some interesting quotes in the second half of the 2020 NFL season.
He is usually quick to bring sharp criticism to his side, the Patriots coach It was disturbingly soft – And the Frontier optimist As New England struggled to reach a record 7-9 and an early exit. Even more surprising is Bilesik’s fondness Making up excuses About his list that is clearly below average.
It was difficult to understand. It was not bilischek really Encouraged by the Patriots this season, was he? The 68-year-old doesn’t fancy that his team, as it currently is, is about to compete with the best NFL teams, is it?
The answer to both questions is “no,” according to Greg Bedard of the Boston Sports Journal. In fact, Belichick appears to be ready to do whatever it takes to change the Patriot season.
Here’s how Bidard opened his Tuesday afternoon appearance on 98.5 The Sports Hub’s “Rims and mazthe program:
“We’ve heard what Bill said … basically since the first loss, and that’s when Bill was in excuse. After the end, on Monday, I was worried about some of the things he said, which were half the truth or not even close to the truth. And I’m worried about That what Bill said publicly, maybe he is the one who moves that forward in particular with regard to his vision for this team.Maybe he has reached the age where he thinks he can’t do a mistake and that they’re a few plays away from doing this or that, or they just need to play Good in the middle and they’ll be fine.
“After talking to some people in the last few days, Bill seems to know exactly what’s going on. I think they’re going to lay a solid road toward this off-season. That means in a whole host of areas, from free agency to commerce to crime. I think he’s spent a good chunk.” From the second half of the season he knows where his team is and is ready to do something about it. “
What exactly does Offseason look like? Additionally, what the NFL picks to do with the maximum salary may hurt or help New England’s plans to retool its roster.
In any case, Patriots fans should feel encouraged by Belichick’s stated commitment to ensuring New England’s return to the top of the NFL.
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