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Bill Belichick Q&A, 10/10

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    Here’s the complete transcript of Bill Belichick’s Q&A with the media this morning at Gillette Stadium:BB: We’ve spent the last couple of days here working on Dallas. They’re a very, very impressive football team. I think they really do everything well. They’re very physical on both sides of the line of scrimmage. [...]

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    I believe the Davis that Coach Belichick is referring to is Keith Davis, our special teams captain and backup strong safety, and not guard Leonard Davis. A 6'6" 366 pounder that can play on the kickoff team is probably too much for even BALCO to dream up.
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    LOL at the Dallas media.

    Q: What is the origin of your sweatshirt?
    BB: The origin of it? I don’t know. It’s comfortable. I can carry my stuff in my pouch here, whatever I need.
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    Kenny Mayne from ESPN asked that one
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    LOL about the injury report question...I wish BB just said "Ofcourse he is playing you retard. He's always on the list"
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    Bingo. Excellent sig quote

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