The Patriots defeated Bills in Monday Night Football, and head coach Bill Belichick knows he has a clear advantage in the rematch.
But it wasn’t a normal game. In stormy weather, head coaches Bill Belichick and New England refused to let rookie quarterback Mac Jones get over the wind. He threw only three passes in the win — the lowest franchise record for a single game.
So when Belichick appeared on the radio every week Greg Hill Show On Tuesday morning, the head coach revealed the advantages he had gained over Bill, with the upcoming 16th week rematch still ahead. And, as he pointed out that the Patriots pass game is barely visible to Buffalo’s defense, it was a cheerful brand mix of playing a little shy, saying it was obvious.
Patriots: Bill Belichick says Bills “has never seen a passing play in New England.”
As interesting as the answer from the head coach of Patriots, he’s not wrong at all.
New England’s decision to rely almost exclusively on a rush attack on Buffalo on Monday night means there is no adjustment to make in the Jones and Pass games when they face Bills again. It’s basically all blank for Bills not to play their defense movies.
Of course, it’s a double-edged sword to some extent. Buffalo and quarterback Josh Allen were willing to pass on Monday night in the thirteenth week, but if they weren’t fighting the 25-35 mph wind, the aerial attack would look very different.
However, it’s up to Belichick to actually give a very humorous answer when analyzing the game.
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Bill Belichick reveals the Patriots’ hilarious advantage in their rematch with Bill
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