NEW YORK — The Super Bowl is a game plan.
It’s not about the score, the drama, or the scoreboard.
It is about the players, the coaches and the coaches’ teams, and how they will respond to a team that is not winning.
That is the theme of the “Game Plan” Patriots coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady discussed this week at the NFL’s annual owners meetings in Arizona.
It has nothing to do with the outcome of the game or the Patriots’ record.
It isn’t even a game of football.
It can’t be.
It will be.
The NFL’s rules, and their players, are set by the league, and the commissioner, and, if the game is called at any time, the commissioner’s office.
But the rules don’t define the game.
So what does define the Patriots game plan?
For the Patriots, the idea is that the game plan is a set of rules that can be broken.
In Belichick’s words, if something happens in the game that could be called into question, “that’s your game plan.”
If the Patriots are playing well, they might play to the extent that they can get a lead, the way they did in last week’s game against the Broncos.
They might use the run game as a weapon.
They could even throw the ball away, which is something they have done in the past.
In the Patriots case, they will use the gameplan to avoid a big play.
The Patriots don’t want to risk getting blown out in the end zone.
If the game goes to overtime, then it is the Patriots that is the one that wins the game in a way that could hurt them if they lose.
If a team does win in overtime, and it doesn’t go in their favor, then the Patriots will not be the ones to suffer.
It should be obvious that the Patriots don,t care what happens in overtime.
They have done a good job in the first half, and they know they can go to the locker room to celebrate with the fans.
That’s the point.
And they will do that again in the second half.
And it will be fun, as the Patriots know all too well.
In fact, that’s how it should be.
They will get a win because they are the ones who are making plays.
They are the one who are getting pressure, which will allow the Patriots to get the ball back.
And if the Patriots win in OT, the game will be a win for the fans, and a win the team.
But that doesn’t mean they will win the game outright.
If there is a huge lead or a big score, they have to keep going.
The goal is to keep the pressure up, and keep the players motivated, and continue to play like they are playing.
There is nothing to worry about in overtime because the Patriots won’t be penalized for any of their plays.
In overtime, the Patriots can go for it.
They can make plays.
And the Patriots have made some big plays.
When they are on offense, the offense has the ball.
But if the team is in the red zone, the defense can have the ball, too.
That can make a big difference.
So they need to keep that pressure up.
When the Patriots were playing at a high level in the third quarter against the Cardinals, the Cardinals had a one-score lead.
Brady hit a 25-yard field goal.
The clock was running down and they had a chance to tie the game with one second left.
Brady threw the ball to Wes Welker, who caught it in stride, with the Patriots up 13-7.
Welker ran for a touchdown and the Patriots led 21-14 with 8:15 left in regulation.
The ball went out of bounds on the Cardinals 14.
When Brady hit the field goal, he was down by a yard.
He ran down the field, then hit his helmet.
The officials flagged him.
He did not have time to get up.
Brady said he had time to put his helmet back on before he hit his left foot.
He went to the sideline and tried to put it back on, but the officials said he could not.
So he did what any other coach would do, he grabbed his helmet and threw it back.
The official ruled that Brady had time, because he threw the football into the ground.
The referees then decided to penalize Brady, saying he was penalized because of the way he was throwing the ball into the field of play.
This is not the first time that Brady has had a bad hit.
He threw the second touchdown pass of the third period against the Steelers last season, the same way he had against the Seahawks earlier this season.
The Seahawks were trailing 20-14 when he threw a long touchdown pass to Golden Tate on third down, which got the Seahawks up 21-20.
The play was stopped