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They said it: Patriots edition

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By Kevin Fishbain

Here are what some of the Patriots players and head coach Bill Belichick had to say following their 38-30 Week Three victory over the Bills.

RB Danny Woodhead on his first career TD run: "The linemen made great blocks. I did the easy part, which is just run it. The linemen did great and the receivers and tight ends — I mean, you can't ask for better blocking as a running back. All I did was try to do my job."

LB Jerod Mayo on different players starting on defense: "Going through training camp we rotated a lot of guys, so you learn to play with different guys. Injuries are part of football, and people replacing other people, that's a part of football. Whoever's out there we're willing to play with."

QB Tom Brady on his fist pump after a first-down run: "I was just excited. I'm the slowest guy on the field, so it was probably the last thing they worked on. But I got out and there was nobody there. It was actually a pretty easy first down. They were in man coverage, and I got flushed a little. It turned out to be a good play for us."

Head coach Bill Belichick on the need for the offense to put up points with a young defense: "I don't think you ever know how the game is going to go. You just go out there and try to do your best in all three phases every week and hope it's enough. Whether it's 3-2 or 50-49 or whatever, it's just trying to come out with a few more points than they do."


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