Jan 25, 2012 2:36 AM by Lee Douglas
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) - Bill Belichick tries to be consistent when leading practices no matter how big the game may be.
The coach of the New England Patriots said Tuesday he considers every game to be a big one. This week he's preparing his team for the Super Bowl against the New York Giants on Feb. 5.
He said the Patriots had a big organizational day on Monday to work out logistics. There was a team meeting but no practice. Players have Wednesday off before returning Thursday.
Belichick said one of the most important things in getting ready for the Super Bowl is the health of his players. The Patriots plan to leave Sunday for the site of the game in Indianapolis after having a send-off rally at Gillette Stadium.
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