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Behind Enemy Lines: Bill Belichick
By on December 20, 2011 at 2:32 pm

The Patriots head coach answers questions from the South Florida media and provides his thoughts on the Dolphins prior to Saturday’s game in New England. Make sure to listen for Belichick’s high praise with regards to Dolphins tight end Anthony Fasano.


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One Response to “Behind Enemy Lines: Bill Belichick”

  1. Robert says:

    Bill is praiseing Fasano because he wants Fasano off the line in patterns, He is the best we have at seeing and making the blocks on his blitz. Now that clay has come along, Belichick has a big worry on his hands in Charles Clay doing what his guys do to all secondarys. IF DABOL USES IT! Clay in a two tight set could have a VERY big game against his backfield/safetys! In the same sets that Bill uses, there is no good protection from N.E. against Clay. He is talking sweet on miami because he knows the talent, and if it is used right, he has problems stopping the offence in the middle without setting up another big Run day for bush. I think fans are going to like this one, because I think Bowles(as a defencive mindset) knows it.

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