Bill Belichick on OMF reacts to Tom Brady's demeanor after win over Eagles

Ryan Hannable
November 18, 2019 - 6:21 pm

The Patriots had perhaps their best win of the year Sunday on the road against the Eagles, but you would not have known based on Tom Brady's demeanor at the podium after the game.

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Brady was visibly frustrated with the play of the offense and was very brief, speaking for under two minutes.

This turned into the biggest storyline from the game, and Bill Belichick was asked about it and if he needs to talk to him at all during his weekly appearance on Ordway, Merloni & Fauria.

“Yeah, we talk on a regular basis and I think Tom’s attitude has been good," he said. "He works hard in practice and I feel like we are getting better in all three phases of the game.”

Belichick added: “Well, I think we can do things better in every area of the game and we’ll keep working to do that. Nothing has changed there.”

The Patriots won the game 17-10, but were led by their defense as the offense only had one long, sustained drive -- the first one of the second half -- and continued to struggle in the red zone.

Meanwhile, Tuesday morning Rob Gronkowski has a big announcement teased for social media, and Belichick was asked if he'll be checking it out?

"Yeah, I am sure my phone will be ringing off the hook with all the alerts I have on it," he joked. "I'm sure it will be crazy."

Belichick then got serious.

"I am going to be working on Dallas," he said.

While Gronkowski could certainly help Brady and the offense, it does not appear that is what the announcement will be.

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