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So Belichick was wrong, but so were those in charge of ensuring that players and coaches understood how the new rules should be applied.
Accompanying the article is a video of NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino explaining the rule changes. His explanation, in which he says that defensive linemen “can not push from the second level the down linemen into the offensive linemen,” also corroborates Belichick’s initial interpretation of the rule and explains how the term “second level” entered the coach’s lexicon.
So Belichick was wrong, but so were those in charge of ensuring that players and coaches understood how the new rules should be applied. That fact is likely no consolation to Belichick, who in Best Site To Buy Cheap Jerseys fairness has much more to worry about than a ticky-tack penalty on a day when the Pats went 1-for-12 on third downs and Tom Brady went 22-for-46 with a pick-six.