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One thing is for sure, Bill Belichick knows how to coach up his team for a tough game each and every week. It's a given that he has football on the brain and is one of the few active living legends of the game.In interviews this week, Belichick commented about the challenges the team will face as they travel to the west coast to face off against NFC West foe, Seattle for a week 6 battle that pits both teams sporting a 3-2 record and close divisional races as well.Aside from the long trip that awaits the Patriots after practice on Friday, Century Link Field awaits their arrival with its share of loud and rowdy fans. Expect an environment that is unwelcome to the visitors and that will test communication, especially for Tom Brady and the offense. An early lead is imperative as is execution of the no huddle.Bill also commented on the defense that will oppose Brady and the boys; he noted that the Seahawks are disruptive and make a lot of plays on the ball. This will not be the first...
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