Bill Belichick Releases Unsurprising Admission About Texting With Alex Cora

Bill Belichick has released an unsurprising opinion on a report out on his testing with Alex Cora. The New England Patriots are coming off of a win against the Houston Texans in week 5 of the NFL season. They now have a record of 2-3 with wins against the Jets and the Texans. Their losses come against the Miami Dolphins, New Orlean Saints, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

But head coach of the Patriots Bill Belichick was recently asked if he uses emojis when texting Alex Cora.

“What are those?” he asked.

“Alex, we’ve been friends for a while,” Belichick said during a recent interview. “And I really respect what he does, what he’s brought to the Sox. I’ve enjoyed our relationship. Looks like he’s doing fine.

Bill Belichick Releases Unsurprising Admission About Texting With Alex Cora

“He’s got a good team, and they’ve played well.”

He also talked about how the game went on Sunday.

“I don’t think I have,” Belichick said. “Other than the replacement games and all that back in, what was it, ‘87? I mean, you can’t count that, so no.”

“Ted and James gave us a lot of experience and stability inside with what David. Justin’s been playing tackle for us, put him over on the left side for Isaiah and Yodny played on the right side. I’m not saying it was perfect. But I thought they battled and, for the most part, Mac had some time to throw and we made some yards in the running game, stayed balanced, able to run the ball in pm the goal line, so that was a good thing there too.”

“Got to give a lot of credit to Josh [McDaniels], offensive coaches, offensive line,” said Belichick. “Those guys did a really good job of hanging in there. I thought they really went about the challenge this week of replacing some good players in that group. I thought they played hard. We got some runs to balance off the game there.”

The Patriots still have quite of stuff to work on, especially on the offensive side of the ball. Only one starter played in the game against the Texans on the offensive line.