Bill Belichick, Patriots Wary Of Jets’ ‘Unusually Big’ Receiving Corps

The 3-7 New York Jets aren’t exactly an offensive juggernaut, but Bill Belichick knows better than to take them lightly Sunday at MetLife Stadium.

In a recent conference call, the New England Patriots head coach pointed out the unusual size of the Jets’ receiving corps, led by 6-foot-4 Brandon Marshall, 6-foot-2 Quincy Enunwa and 6-foot-3 Robbie Anderson. That could pose some matchup problems for a Patriots secondary allowing 252 passing yards per game, 16th in the NFL.

Watch NESN’s Adam Pellerin break it all down and hear from Belichick in the video from “NESN Sports Today,” presented by People’s United Bank, above.

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