What Bill Belichick said Wednesday about Miami Dolphins

Bill Belichick pretty much wins all the time. That is all. (Bill Ingram / The Palm Beach Post)


• Miami can play fast with Damien Williams and Kenyan Drake. Williams has good vision, elusiveness and quickness. Both guys are hard to tackle.

• We need to keep grinding. We need to keep studying our opponents. We need to get teams in long yardage situations.

• We just try to do what’s best for the football teams and win games. That’s what we try to do.

• Other than Jason Taylor, nobody has given us more problems that Cam Wake. He’s hard to block. He’s instinctive. He’s got good speed, good power. He’s nifty and crafty. He’s very disruptive. He’s been a hard guy over the years.

• The Dolphins have very good depth at quarterback. Both players are outstanding players. They’re smart. They can throw the ball well. They can handle the offense. They have a very good and healthy quarterback situation. They have two guys that can play well.

• The most important statistic is points. Then turnovers. I mean, look, everything is important. There isn’t anything that’s not important. But the top is points. The Dolphins have won so many close games. Come from behind. Until Oakland beat them they won a lot of close games. That’s the most important thing is the points. On a daily basis we try to coach them on fundamentals in execution and those things on Sunday.

• I’m not thinking about divisional titles. The team has shown so much toughness and resiliency. They’re talented. They’re well coached. It’s not the time and place to talk about divisional titles.

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