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January 6, 2008
Belichick on Jaguars
Bill Belichick held a brief conference call with the media tonight to discuss the Patriots' Divisional round opponent, Jacksonville.
He opened by saying he and his staff had spent the most time this weekend on the Jags, as they had played Pittsburgh last month and faced Tennessee in the preseason.
As you'd expect, he was very complimentary of Jacksonville, which won in Pittsburgh on Saturday night:
"Jacksonville is one of best teams in league, and they have been, over the last third to half of the season, leading the league in scoring, yards per game, third down offense, time of possession... They're very good at everything: special teams, they had the long kickoff return last night, they can run it, they can throw it, they're a sound team, big, physical, well-coached. We have a lot to get ready for."
New England does not have a practice or walk-through scheduled tomorrow, but Tom Brady will hold his first press conference since his Giants' post-game session, and there will be an open locker room period for media as well. Belichick will chat again on Tuesday.
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