Patriots Not Concerned About Losing Ground In Standings

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Bill Belichick. (Rey Del Rio/Getty Images)

BOSTON (WBZ-AM) -- Bill Belichick's Patriots are struggling. 1-and-2 for the first time since 2012. Last time before that? 2001.

Tom Brady's offense ranks tied for 25th in the league at 19 points per game, and the defense sits 20th, allowing nearly 26 points on average. Tom, how can you guys fix your issues?

"Not gonna make predictions," Brady said. "It's about hard work, it's about commitment, it's about being disciplined, it's about doing the right thing--and obviously, we're not doing a great job of that. So, we all gotta get back to work, look at ourselves, and figure out what we need to do to help the team win."

Rob Gronkowski, thoughts?

"There's only one thing we can do, and that's dig ourselves out of the hole that we started at the beginning of the season," Gronk said.

1-2, behind the 3-0 Dolphins. Bill, worried?

"I don't think anybody clinched a playoff spot today, I don't think anybody was eliminated today," Belichick said.

Pats fans, you remember what Trent Dilfer said in 2014, right?

"We saw a weak team," Dilfer said. "The New England Patriots--let's face it, they're not good anymore."

After last night's loss, Dilfer tweeted:

WBZ NewsRadio 1030's Adam Kaufman (@AdamMKaufman) reports

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