Here’s what Bill Belichick told the New England Patriots in the locker room after a 36-13 win over the Tennessee Titans on Sunday.
“Alright fellas, that’s what we thought it would be right there,” Belichick said. “Good grinding it out. Shutout in the second half. Alright, so once again: no turnovers (for the offense). We drive the percentage of winning up there. Four turnovers on defense so. Where is my man? Where’s KB (Kendrick Bourne)?”
The hugged and then Belichick pretended to stiff-arm him, celebrating Bourne’s stiff-arm on the receiver’s long touchdown run.
“Good fundamentals. Good fundamentals,” Belichick said. “We need everybody ready to go. We need everybody’s best on Monday night in Buffalo. That’s a good win. They were what we’d thought they’d be: mentally and physically tough. They battled us all the way and you just out-executed them. There’s gonna be games like that.”
“Hey youngster, nicely done.”
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— New England Patriots (@Patriots) November 29, 2021
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