Patriots Head Coach With Massive Claims About Opposing Defences

The New England Patriots had a slow start to the season, but have bounced back in recent times, and with back-to-back solid wins over the New York Jets and Indianapolis Colts, they have a 5-4 record and have a solid shot at making the playoffs in a crowded AFC. That makes the recent claims from Head Coach Bill Belichick even more interesting, as today, he claimed that both C.J. Mosley and Shaquille Leonard knew what plays were coming from the New England offence.

When asked, Bill said "It was almost like Mosley knew what was coming, and Leonard for sure did", which could be a major talking point when the Jets head to New England to take on the Patriots in Week 11 following their Week 10 bye.

As for the Patriots offence, it's hard to tell exactly what is happening where opposing defence's are able to do this, if the assumptions are true, but it's safe to say that this is a story that could grow over the coming weeks, especially with an inexperienced offensive coordinator in Matt Patricia.

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