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Another season has ended with a crushing defeat for the Patriots. And while Bill Belichick was certainly upset following Sunday’s AFC Championship loss to the Ravens, he was his usual self while addressing the media. What that means is that Belichick provided succinct — and rather uninteresting — answers to a variety of questions, while making it clear that the Ravens are a “good football team.” Belichick was undoubtedly frustrated, though, as he even skipped a postgame interview with CBS, which drew the ire of analyst Shannon Sharpe. The transcript of Belichick’s postgame news conference is below. Belichick: Obviously a disappointing end to an overall pretty positive season. Tonight we just didn’t do enough things well enough to win. Give the Ravens credit; they’re a good football team. They just outplayed us and outcoached us tonight. They just made more plays than we did. That’s pretty much the story. What did they change in the second half that made it so difficult for you guys ...
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