No doubts around here, and that's me being honest. We see in the film what we're doing wrong. ... Guys are still very enthusiastic about coming in, getting the gameplan for this week and getting out to practice and seeing what (is the) gameplan for this game to play the Jets. As far as the two losses, we looked at the film once we came in. We can see the mistakes that we made during the course of the game. Very coachable, and that's why I do know and understand why the coaches are not all down on us. We're all mad about the losses, but at the same time there are very coachable mistakes that were made during the course of the games, and hopefully we'll try to go out and eliminate those things so we don't go down that road again.
Bill Belichick touches briefly on Albert Haynesworth's departure in his opening remarks to the media.
We announced some rosters moves here this morning. I'll just say on the Albert [Haynesworth] situation, I thought that both he and myself, speaking for the staff, we really tried to make it work. He had a few physical limitations to overcome when he got here but I thought he really tried to do what we asked him to do. We tried to work with him and in the end it just obviously didn't work out. The best thing we can do is just move on. Unfortunately, we had to place Josh [Barrett] on Injured Reserve which is a tough break for him. Kid has worked hard and I wish it would have turned out different for him this year but it is what it is. It's onto the Jets - a team that is playing well, doing a good job in all three phases of the game, they're always good in the kicking game. They played well in their recent wins - good offense, good defense. It will be a big challenge for us down there, I'm sure there will be a lot of energy in the crowd. We'll have to do a good job of not only playing well but keeping our poise and staying focused in that environment. It's a hard place to play in but we have to do a good job on that. That's where we're at here.
- Patriots-Jets Wednesday Injury Report.
- Erik Scalavino shares his Wednesday practice and locker room notebook.
- Patriots make a series of roster moves.
- Press Conferences: Bill Belichick (12.47 min. video plus Transcript) and Tom Brady (6.32 min. video plus Transcript).
- Player Interviews: Kevin Faulk (2.06 min.), Rob Ninkovich (4.03 min.), Tiquan Underwood (4.04 min,.video), Niko Koutouvides (3.14 min.) and Kyle Love (3.48 min. )
Conference Call Transcripts: Deion Branch, Rex Ryan and Darelle Revis.
- Patriots Today - Busy Wednesday for the Pats. (1.44 min. video)
- Patriots Today - Brady preparing for Gang Green. (2.30 min. video)
- Patriots Today - Are Pats ready for Sunday showdown? (2.54 min. video)
- Locker Room Uncut: Underwood, Koutouvides and more. (3.14 min. video)
- The Hall to offer free admission to Veterans and Active Military on Veterans Day.
- Shalise Manza Young writes about the departure of Albert Haynesworth and that Belichick wasn't getting the effort out of him that he needed.
- Kirk Minihane believes the Haynesworth experiment was always destined for failure.
- Mark Farinella says we'll see a whole lot more of Kyle Love on the field with Haynesworth gone.
- Karen Guregian gives some attention to hard-working DL Kyle Love, noting he hasn't gone unnoticed by Rex Ryan either.
- Christopher Price thinks it's time for the youth to be served on the Pats' defensive line.
- Jerry Thornton is starting to think the Patriots need to start drafting "bad guys" on defense, instead of the cerebral team-captain types.
- Karen Guregian asserts every hole Belichick attempted to patch in the offseason still exists, and then some.
- Jay Greenberg notes the Jets have resumed grounding and pounding since the Patriots last played them.
- Ian Rapoport reports Tom Brady is frustrated with the number of interceptions he's had and knows he has to make better decisions.
- Tom E. Curran notes Brady has never thrown more than 14 INTs in a season and compares his numbers with the top QBs in the league.
- Chris Forsberg examines each one of Tom Brady's 10 interceptions this year and the damage they've caused.
- Paul Kenyon points to Brady, not Sanchez, as the struggling quarterback.
- CSNNE Report: NBC analyst Cris Collinsworth is not worried about Tom Brady or the Patriots.
- Mike Reiss serves up some quick-hit thoughts from the media-access period in the locker room.
- Mike Rodak notes the Patriots were without Patrick Chung and Brandon Spikes at practice Wednesday.
- Danny Picard notes Darrelle Revis praised Wes Welker, calling him New England's "energizer bunny", but he's confident in the Jets' chances this Sunday.
- Mike Petraglia reports Kevin Faulk is solely focused on helping his team win a football game, not on exacting revenge against the team that ended his season.
- Ian Rapoport hears Kevin Faulk is fine with going back to the scene of his knee injury last year and okay with being a semi-healthy scratch last week.
- Christopher Price tells us which New England defenders have done the best job of getting after the QB through eight games.
- Jeff Howe thinks the Patriots' dedication to man coverage against the Giants was a very positive step in the right direction, and 19 other Patriots thoughts.
- Christopher Price looks at the slow start to Shaun Ellis' Patriots career.
- Mike Reiss helps fans get to know Patriots safety Sterling Moore, newly promoted from the practice squad.
- ESPNBoston Video: Which team will win the AFC East? Eric Mangini and Tim Hasselbeck debate.
- Michael Vega Patriots Notebook: Tom Brady says the only way to fix the team's offensive struggles is to execute better and be more consistent; Albert Haynesworth found immediate employment with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but Chad Ochocinco will stay; Pats made several roster moves yesterday; Darrelle Revis loves Wes Welker; Injury and practice update.
- Ian Rapoport Patriots Notebook: The book is closed on the Haynesworth era; Jets' DBs are ready for Wes Welker, round 2; Safety Josh Barrett was placed on IR with a calf injury; Pat Chung (foot) and Brandon Spikes (knee) missed practice, leaving Sergio Brown and James Ihedigbo as the starting safeties; Pats added two defenders.
- Gregg Rosenthal (ProFootballTalk) Bucs claim Albert Haynesworth off waivers.
- Tom Danyluk (Pro Football Weekly) Brady is Patriots' last pillar standing.
- Chris Forsberg & Mike Mazzeo (ESPN Boston & NY) Hot Button Debate: Which team has the better chance of winning the AFC East, Pats or Jets?
- Kevin Fishbain (Pro Football Weekly) Patriots-Jets matchup of the day: RBs Shonn Greene and LaDainian Tomlinson vs. Patriots run defense.
- Jason La Canfora (NFL.com) Week 10 showcases some big divisional showdowns.
- Mayne Event (ESPN) Tom Brady reveals to Kenny Mayne that he landed Gisele Bundchen because of his accurate passes. "I'm glad I didn't go to the beach that day to work on the center-quarterback exchange. Not that there's anything wrong with that." (1.28 min. clip)
- two-minute drill is key. (ESPN) Mastering the
- Brian Burke (NY Times) Week 10 NFL game probabilities: A Jets-Patriots tossup.
- Pete Prisco (CBS Sports) Week 10 picks. Patriots over Jets 26-20.
- Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) PFT's Week 10 picks. Mike Florio picks Jets 20-Pats 17 and Gregg Rosenthal picks Pats 27-Jets 21.
VIEW FROM NEW YORK
- Brian Costello (NY Post) Jets' Sanchez seeks perfect game against Patriots.
- Jenny Vrentas (NJ Star-Ledger) Jets vs. Patriots: Mark Sanchez is key to beating New England.
- Steve Serby (NY Post) This a must-win game for brash Ryan.
- Rich Cimini (ESPNNY) AFC East showdown is bury, bury big.
- Manish Mehta (NY Daily News) Jets off and running for showdown: Ryan wants to ground-and-pound Patriots.
- Gary Myers (NY Daily News) With rivals reeling, time for NY Jets to Gang up on New England Patriots.
- Conor Orr (NJ Star-Ledger) WR Deion Branch says two-game losing streak did not reveal blueprint to beat New England.
- J.P. Pelzman (North Jersey Record) What's wrong with Patriots?
- Stefan Bondy (NY Daily News) Rex Ryan to Jets fans: Home cook Patriots' Tom Brady.
- Conor Orr (NJ Star-Ledger) Jets' Kyle Wilson says Patriots' Tom Brady is NFL's best QB 'when he's in the pocket'.
- Bart Hubbuch (NY Post) Mangold's return fixed Jets offensive line.