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#1 12-01-2019 03:28:59

Date d'inscription: 27-12-2018
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Bill Belichick tells Patriots there is “a lot of room for improvement”

in postgame locker room The New England Patriots opened their 2018 season in successful fashion , with a 27-20 victory over the visiting Houston Texans. The game came down to the very last play – a Hail Mary attempt by Houston quarterback Deshaun Watson – just as the Patriots predicted according to head coach Bill Belichick: “We talked about it going down to the last play, that’s what it was,” Belichick told his players in the postgame locker room.The NFL’s best coach then went on to praise his team’s situational awareness, before also adding that it still has a long way to go: “It was a a good win, [but] there’s a lot of things we can do better – a lot of room for improvement. Starting with handling the ball, three turnovers that’s always going to be trouble. We gotta do a better job than that.” Belichick finished by giving the floor to linebacker Ja’Whaun Bentley.The rookie, who had a very good game against the Texans, introduced special teams captain Matthew Slater New England Patriots T-Shirt , who turned 33 on Sunday. Bentley also started singing Happy Birthday for the Pro Bowler:The Patriots also released their weekly sights and sounds clip, featuring scenes like Rob Gronkowski talking about his first quarter touchdown catch and how he had multiple catches like it in practice, and offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia stressing the urgency of New England’s two-minute drill before halftime. To watch the clip, please visit Patriots roster cuts: New England releases linebacker Marquis Flowers, safety A.J. Moore With the NFL’s cutdown deadline coming closer, the New England Patriots continue making moves to cut down their roster. Their latest transactions involve two defenders, who have both been released, according to reports by NESN’s Doug Kyed and the Boston Herald’s Karen Guregian New England Patriots Hats , respectively:Releasing Moore is no surprise from the Patriots’ perspective: even though New England moved on from safety Jordan Richards yesterday and is thin behind the top trio at the position, the undrafted rookie never did enough to earn a roster spot, especially with Jason McCourty getting additional playing time at the safety position as of late.Flowers’ release was also expected. After a solid 2017 season, he failed to create any momentum during training camp and the preseason and saw Nicholas Grigsby overtake him on the depth chart. Unlike Moore, Flowers will not be able to join New England’s practice squad.

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