"This Wednesday is kind of like a regular Wednesday, tomorrow will be kind of like a Thursday, Friday will be like a Friday," Belichick said. "So we're trying to get back on schedule."
After extensive individual drills, the work included third downs, red zone snaps and various down-and-distance challenges.
"There's always things to work on, but we're grinding away," Belichick said.
The Patriots installed the bulk of their game plan for Sunday's game last week while practicing at Gillette Stadium.
"There's a little bit of refining, but it's also practicing closer to the game," Belichick said. "Practicing it two weeks ago and practicing it now, four days before the game, it's more of our normal timeframe."
Tom Brady acknowledged early on Wednesday that he's battling a cold, but looked sharp. Belichick isn't worried about his condition.
Said Belichick, "He took all the snaps."
Belichick called the field conditions "great," yet did tweak the environment as music -- rap, rock, hip-hop -- blared for an extended portion of the team drills. Belichick typically pipes in noise to help with concentration and communication, but ease up now.
"In this game, you know, it's kind of a neutral field, so you've got to be ready for it," Belichick said.
The NBC broadcast crew -- including play-by-play man Al Michaels, analyst Cris Collinsworth and sideline reporter Michelle Tafoya -- attended the practice.