Coachspeak: Go inside Sunday's Week 14 games

Bill Belichick talks about a big win beating Pittsburgh and about the trick play the Patriots pulled off.

   Romeo Crennel talks about the tough running style of Jamal Lewis and what he's meant to the 
   Tony Dungy talks about how the 
  Colts offense deflated the 
  Baltimore Ravens' hopes with quick scores. 
   Jon Gruden likes how 
  Luke McCown has stepped in for injured starter Jeff Garcia, but how the quarterback still has plenty to work on. 

Ken Whisenhunt says Kurt Warner is still the leader on the team regardless of his five interceptions in a humbling loss to the Seahawks.

   Coach Brian Billick says he didn't see any lack of effort out of his 
  Ravens in Sunday night's 44-20 blowout loss to the 

Wade Phillips is proud of his team having secured one of the NFL's most competitive divisions.

   Lane Kiffin says the 38-7 loss to Green Bay was one of the worst of the year. 
   Mike Holmgren says he won't shy away from talking about about home-field advantage in the NFC playoffs. 

Norv Turner comments on the injury to Shawne Merriman and Philip Rivers' sprained knees.

   Despite a 3-10 record, 
  Scott Linehan talks about knowing that he'll be back to coach in 2008. 
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