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Bill Belichick Postgame Press Conference Transcript

Posted Sep 25, 2011

Patriots head coach Bill Belichick addresses the media during his postgame press conference at Ralph Wilson Stadium on Sunday, September 25, 2011.

General Comments:
"Obviously it was a disappointing loss for us today. It was a hard-fought game. Buffalo did a good job; it's always difficult coming in here. They made a few more plays than we did today. We just have to do a better job-obviously turnovers, the long drive-all the things that didn't help us, we've just got to do a better job."

Any explanations for Brady's second half struggles?
"I don't know. [Buffalo] mixed it up a little; they did it the whole game."

On giving up 21 point lead:
"We obviously didn't play well enough to win. We're disappointed in that. I don't think anyone thought it was going to be easy."

On penalties, undisciplined play:
"We've got to do a better job."

On 2nd charged timeout toward end of game:
"We took it."

Was that a miscommunication (timeout)?
"I took it."

Why were you on the field-we're you contesting the spot of the ball?
"No, I took a timeout. I went down to call a timeout. What don't you understand about that?"

You looked a little animated to be calling a timeout-what were you discussing?
"[The officials] were waving me back, and I was going down there to call it."

On Brady's performance:
"We turned the ball over four times. You don't win many games that way."

On offensive production this year vs. the norm:
"I don't know about the rest of the league. I just know the games we play. We just need to score more and give up less."

How much different is Buffalo this year?
"They did a good job. They've been doing a good job. Chan's done a great job with the team, and they're playing well."