Bill Belichick tells team that it “won the whole week” leading up to 38-7

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Bill Belichick tells team that it “won the whole week” leading up to 38-7

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Week 4 Patriots vs Dolphins: victory Coming off two straight losses Authentic Rob Gronkowski Jersey , the New England Patriots were in dire need of a bounce-back performance against the previously undefeated Miami Dolphins. The team delivered just that and blew out its opponent 38-7 to improve to 2-2 on the year. Naturally, the mood was a celebratory one in the Patriots’ post game locker room:The usual round of handshakes and hugs – featuring an appearance by Rob Gronkowski, who left the game in the second half due to an ankle injury – was followed by a speech by head coach Bill Belichick. “That’s just what we needed today,” Belichick told his men after the game. “All three units contributed, complementary football Youth Tom Brady Jersey , we got contributions from everybody. We won the whole week. It wasn’t just today: we won the whole week.”Belichick then went on to present a game ball to team owner Robert Kraft, who on Sunday registered his 300th win in his position – the fastest owner to ever reach the 300-win plateau. Kraft took the stage to express his appreciation for the players and coaches that have helped the Patriots to their unprecedented run of success: “Our family is just a vehicle, and a custodian of this great asset. It’s the players and coaches that did it.”Finally, it was team captain Matthew Slater’s turn to take the floor asking the usual question: “How do we feel about a victory?” Aww yeah.New England Patriots links 10/12/18 - Will Josh Gordon break out against the Chiefs? TEAM TALKScott Zolak is joined by Bill Belichick to talk about the Patriots’ upcoming game against the Chiefs. (3:32 video)Erik Scalavino writes that Josh Gordon is feeling more at home.Andy Hart reports from quarterback Tom Brady, who thinks the Patriots will have to score as many points as they can.Mike Hacku compiles game predictions for Patriots vs. Chiefs from around the NFL media world.LOCAL LINKSNora Princiotti (Boston Globe) analyzes how the Patriots are preparing for the Chiefs’ big-play offense.Mike Reiss (ESPN Boston) writes that Josh Gordon is building a bond with Tom Brady.Matt Chatham (The Athletic Boston) shows why Sony Michel has improved in recent week.Mark Daniels (Providence Journal) writes that learning the Patriots’ playbook has not been tough for Josh Gordon.Kristen Parker (Patriots Wire) lists three storylines heading into Sunday night.Rich Thompson (Boston Herald) notes that Patrick Mahomes is on New England’s collective mind.Christopher Price (Boston Sports Journal) thinks that the bond between Sony Michel and the offensive line has been instrumental in his development.Doug Kyed (NESN) writes that Josh Gordon is receiving wide-spread help when it comes to learning the Patriots offense.Evan Lazar (CLNS) asks if a Belichick-Saban creation could be the key to slowing down the Chiefs offense.Mike Reiss (ESPN Boston) reveals how Julian Edelman stayed sharp during his four-game suspension.Ben Volin (Boston Globe) wonders if the Patriots will be able to stop Kansas City’s run-pass option plays.Jeff Howe (The Athletic Boston) spoke with Devin McCourty http://www.patriotsauthorizedshop.com/authentic-devin-mccourty-jersey , who knows he has to improve.Kevin Duffy (Boston Herald) sees Tom Brady and Josh Gordon developing a natural relationship.Doug Kyed (NESN) thinks that the Patriots could use some McCourty twin magic to stop Kansas City.Christopher Price (Boston Sports Journal) reports that Josh Gordon credits Tom Brady and his fellow wide receivers for helping him adapt to life in New England.NATIONAL NEWSGeoff Schwartz (SB Nation) lists his six best and five worst offensive lines in the NFL right now. /the Patriots are mentionedMarc Sessler (NFL.com) reveals who matters most in week six.David Neumann (Pro Football Focus) ranks the NFL’s quarterbacks through five weeks.Christian D’Andrea and Adam Stites (SB Nation) debate whether Tom Brady or Patrick Mahomes would be the better choice to lead a game-winning drive in 2018.Michael David Smith (Pro Football Talk) reports that the NFL’s referee association is glad Mike Tomlin got fined for his remarks about officiating.Elliott Harrison (NFL.com) publishes his week six picks.Gregg Rosenthal (NFL.com) shares his four quarterback opinions he will fight you for.Kevin Clark (The Ringer) lists his four must-see matchups of week six.Christian D’Andrea, Ryan Van Bibber, Adam Stites, James Brady, Charles R. McDonald Julian Edelman Jersey , and Sarah Hardy (SB Nation) list six playoff games we want to see this year.Jonathan Jones (Sports Illustrated) writes why the NFL’s lowering-the-helmet rule has barely been called so far this year.Brad Gagnon (Bleacher Report) ranks the NFL’s top quarterbacks under 25.Charles R. McDonals (SB Nation) thinks that you shouldn’t lose to the Bills if you want to be respected as a team.Gil Brandt (NFL.com) sees the Steelers and Lions among the last-place teams with the highest chances of making the playoffs.Maurice Moton (Bleacher Report) lists one player on each team that could be traded.