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    Here’s the full transcript of Bill Belichick’s Q&A with the media this morning at Gillette Stadium:BB: We continue to work through some situational aspects of the game. Of course we worked on goal line and you all saw that. We worked a little more in the red area. We are just trying to pull it [...]

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    Well worth reading, the QB's confidence in Gaffney (shows in all the passes thrown to him), the continued emphasis on working out players at different positions for versatility, etc. This might not be the right day for BB to mention his dancing "video" though.
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    BB had some serious props for Marcus Pollard:

    "Q: How much of Marcus’ [Pollard] experience is influential to the team?
    BB: He brings a high-level of experience. Of course, the most recent experiences have been in Detroit and Seattle. In Mike Martz’s offense in Detroit and then [Mike] Holmgren’s offense in Seattle with the West Coast offense. Those are what he has worked with the past three years.

    He is very professional. I think we all know that he is a very experienced guy and good in the passing game. He has done a lot of different things offensively in his career. I don’t think we are doing anything that he hasn’t done before. It is just a question of adapting to different terminology and a little bit of refinement here and there. He is a guy that has played a lot of football so we need to manage him a little bit like we manage other players at that age, but it is nothing abnormal. Just the balance of getting him the reps and experience in our system that he needs versus not overdoing it or wearing him down for a guy who has played as much football as he has."
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