WATCH: Belichick, Slater address team after win over Jets


The New England Patriots were fired up after Sunday's 54-13 rout of the New York Jets.

After earning their first home win of the 2021 season, the Patriots' locker room was buzzing. Owner Robert Kraft joined the celebration and commended the team for its performance while head coach Bill Belichick and captain Matthew Slater addressed the team.

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"Here's a really good chance for us to start believing in some of the stuff we're doing," Belichick said during his locker room speech. "Don't turn the ball over, that's a good place to start. Scored on nine of 10 possessions offensively. Jak (Jakob Johnson) stiff-arming. Making plays in the passing game. Defensively, turning the ball over, getting vertical in the pocket, knocking the ball out there that was a great fumble at the end of the game. Cody (Davis), five tackles.

"I'm just telling ya, one day at a time. Keep stringing them together. You can see the results of it. You just gotta keep stacking them together. This is going to be a tough week now, and (the Los Angeles Chargers) are playing pretty good. That's a damn good job of bouncing back."

Watch the full video of the Patriots' locker room celebration below:

New England will look to carry its momentum into next Sunday's game on the road vs. the Chargers, who are 4-2 on the campaign.