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Patriots.com News Blitz - 9/14/2011

Shalise Manza Young of the *Boston Globe *spoke with members of the Patriots offense and coaching staff after their record setting offensive performance on Monday and got a suprising response. Both players and coaches were not impressed with their performance stating that they could do many things better on offense. According to Bill Belichick, "...We still had things that we need to do better. There were some things that we got away with... Those opportunities won't always be there."

Paul Kenyon of the Providence Journal looks into the performance of the offensive line being a huge part of Tom Brady's historic night. From Dan Connoly filling in for the injured Dan Koppen to the play of Nate Solder

Greg A. Bedard of the Boston Globe takes a position by position look at the Patriots win. Giving high grades to Tom Brady, The defensive line rotation, and rookie Nate Solder

David Filipov of the Boston Globe touched on how some of the historic statues in Boston are now sporting the Bill Belichick signature hoodie look in preparation for the release of "Bill Belichick: A Football Life." The NFL Network dressed the statues for marketing purposes.

Ian Rapoport of the *Boston Herald *looks at the Patriots use of the no-huddle offense to wear down the Dolphins. With the Patriots excelling and working faster, the Miami heat seemed to affect the home team far more as both of the Dolphins starting cornerbacks were dealing with muscle cramps during Patriots scoring drives. Wes Welker may have put it best when he spoke about the Patriots offense saying, "It's definitely an attacking style."

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