The Patriots released an AFC Championship "Sights & Sounds" video on Thursday, spotlighting some of the most emotional moments on the Pats sideline during their AFC Championship win over the Jacksonvollie Jaguars.
Matt Patricia and Dante Scarnecchia stand out among Patriots coaches in the video as they instructed players on the bench during the game. The defensive coordinator sounds upset with the way they defense played early in the game when the Jaguars offense was having success.
"If we don't start playing more aggressive, tackling better, and keeping our leverage, none of that [expletive] matters," Patricia yelled. "We're way too passive right now."
The video features sound from receiver Brandin Cooks as well, who had his biggest game as a Patriot last Sunday. It reveals what Cooks said to teammate Phillip Dorsett - presumably right after the latter made a big-time catch on a flea-flicker.
"Keep going, Phil! Keep going! Every opportunity!" Cooks said.
Scarnecchia's presence and calm demeanor are sprinkled throughout the video. He's shown talking to his offensive line and keeping them within themselves with a big drive coming up.
"Hey, no matter what it looks like, wherever we get the ball, we'll have the same kind of resolve you just did," said Scarnecchia. The Patriots appeared to be down 20-17 in the fourth quarter at the time.
In addition to the fresh sound, the video includes some of the audio that's also heard in the Sound FX video released on Thursday. But this other clip sheds a little more light on what it was like along the Patriots' sideline during Brady's latest classic comeback.
-- By Matt Dolloff, 985TheSportsHub.com
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