New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick has never been known to be forthcoming with the media, and that continued on Tuesday when he spoke with WEEI in Boston about his team's upcoming game against the Seattle Seahawks.
Belichick was asked about his gameplan against the Seahawks, and whether or not the Patriots will stick with the run-heavy attack they unleashed on the Buffalo Bills. The head coach said a lot of words without saying much of anything:
"That’s really hard to say. We make up our gameplan every week based on what we think we’re going to get from our opponents and sometimes we have to adjust that during the game. Our philosophy is really to stick with whatever is working and try to move the ball and score points. If that is running or throwing or whatever. Our job on offense is to move the ball and score points. However we can do that, that is what we’re going to try to do."
The Patriots will be trying to move the ball and score points, which is exactly opposite of what the Seahawks will want them to do. Seattle will try to win the game by scoring more points than New England. The Patriots will counter by trying to score more points than the Seahawks.
It will be quite the battle when both teams take the field on Sunday. One thing is for sure: A game of football will be played.