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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — In the wake of an ESPN report that detailed friction between coach Bill Belichick, quarterback Tom Brady and owner Robert Kraft, Belichick said Monday that it was “absolutely” his intention to return as coach of the New England Patriots in 2018.

Belichick’s answer in a conference call with reporters came after ESPN’s report said that “those interviewed describe a palpable sense in the building that this might be the last year together for this group.”

The ESPN report said Belichick received a mandate from Kraft to trade quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo, and that Belichick was “furious and demoralized, according to friends.”

Asked about the reported mandate, Belichick said Monday, “I haven’t read the article. I’ve already commented at length about that situation. Nothing has happened since then. So I don’t have anything to add to it.”

Belichick also responded to whether the characterization that he was “furious and demoralized” was accurate. “First of all, I don’t really know what you’re talking about; I haven’t read the article,” he said. “I don’t know what that refers to. Look, I know we’ve been through this before. I know you want to report on things that are inaccurate and unattributable. I’m not really interested in responding to all those random, and I would say in a lot of cases, baseless comments.”

The Patriots host the Tennessee Titans on Saturday night in the AFC divisional round of the playoffs.

Later Monday, in his weekly interview on sports radio WEEI, Belichick was asked how he would describe his relationship with Brady and Kraft.

“Great. Great. Eighteen years with Tom, and [19] with Robert. It’s been great,” Belichick said. “I appreciate everything Robert has done for me, the opportunity he’s given me, the support. And I’ve been pretty lucky to have Tom as the quarterback for 18 years, playing for 17 years. He’s a great player to coach, and he’s done a lot for this team, and he’s been a huge help to me personally. I have a great relationship with both Robert and Tom. And I would throw in there, since I was part of the article, I feel like I have a good professional relationship with Alex [Guerrero] too.”

Asked if Kraft has ever told him to make a trade he didn’t want to make, Belichick said: “We’ve never done that. We talk about things organizationally and make organizational decisions.”

Belichick was then asked about a few parts of the ESPN article.

When asked about the line that read, “Belichick, having always subscribed to the philosophy that it’s time to go once an owner gets involved in football decisions, left the impression with some friends that the current dynamic was unsustainable,” Belichick said on WEEI: “Once again, I’m not going to reply to all the individual; none of those statements are attributable to anybody. They’re all just anonymous quotes, and so I’m not even going to give the credibility to those anonymous quotes by replying to them.”

Asked about a different part of the story that noted Belichick “has even become good friends with [Roger] Goodell; the two men had a long and private meeting, which two sources told ESPN occurred during the off week after the regular season, when the commissioner visited Foxborough,” Belichick said on WEEI: “That is absolutely not true. The last time I saw the commissioner was before our game against Oakland in Mexico City. He was on the sideline, I saw him before the game, and we wished each other well. That’s the last time I saw him.”

Asked what his relationship is like with Goodell, Belichick said on WEEI, “Again, he’s the commissioner. Certainly, I’m a coach, he’s a commissioner. I think we know what that kind of relationship is; as far as saying hello to him and talking to him and that kind of thing. But seeing him last week? No.”

As for if he would characterize his relationship with Goodell as “good friends”, Belichick said on WEEI, “I don’t know what that means. I’m not going to reply to each individual anonymous quote. Somebody wants to put their name on something and talk about it? I would consider that. For every anonymous opinion and quote that’s out there, I don’t feel obligated to reply to all those, by any means.”

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EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The New York Giants had a new head coach and a new starting quarterback in Sunday’s 30-10 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. They weren’t unfamiliar names, but it wasn’t the same combination as last week, when the Giants lost to the Oakland Raiders.

They were familiar faces with Eli Manning at quarterback and Steve Spagnuolo stepping into Ben McAdoo’s role as head coach. McAdoo was fired on Monday. Manning was essentially reinstated as the starting quarterback moments later.

After having his streak of 210 consecutive starts end last week with Geno Smith taking his place against the Raiders, Manning looked much like the quarterback who had led the Giants (2-11) during their first nine losses. He completed a high percentage of his passes, made minimal plays downfield, and it didn’t result in many points. It ended with another loss.

Manning finished 31-of-46 for 228 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions after a whirlwind two weeks that saw an outcry over his benching followed by his eventual reinsertion into the starting lineup.

Both interceptions Sunday came in the fourth quarter, when the Cowboys outscored the Giants 20-0.

The fans got what they wanted with Manning starting. So did the Giants, who reversed course after firing the coach and general manager.

The fans gave Manning a standing ovation prior to the opening drive.

“Yeah, I did [hear the crowd],” Manning said. “I thought we had a good crowd [Sunday] and I appreciate all the support these past weeks and sorry we couldn’t get them a better game.”

The Giants came into Sunday averaging 15.6 points per game in Manning’s first 11 starts. They didn’t even get there this week against a below-average Cowboys defense.

Manning drove to the stadium Sunday trying to convince himself it was just another game, even if he’s admitted last week’s demotion was emotional.

“I guess I just looked at it as, hey, it’s another opportunity to go play and win a football game, so obviously the last few weeks have been difficult with losing my starting job and losing your head coach,” he said. “Those things are hard and they are personal, and hurt. I don’t like losing a head coach, I take that personally. That’s on me for not doing my job.

“I don’t like losing my starting job. That’s personal, also, and that’s because I haven’t played well enough and we’re not winning games. I appreciate Spags giving me an opportunity to get to start this week and see if we could get us a win and I’m sorry we didn’t play well enough to get that win.”

The original plan before McAdoo was fired was for the Giants to eventually get rookie Davis Webb some game action. That apparently changed with last week’s firing. It’s now Manning’s job potentially for the duration once again.

Manning is likely to start again next week when the Giants host the Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium, although Spagnuolo will sleep on it first.

“I don’t know. I’m not going to comment on that right now,” he said after the game. “That would be my gut feeling [that Manning starts] … without looking at it and evaluating, but Eli Manning is the quarterback right now.”

Offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan’s game plan with Manning back at quarterback was conservative at best. Manning took few shots downfield and hit one pass over 20 yards, a second-quarter completion to wide-open rookie tight end Evan Engram.

Manning was well received in his return. The fans chanted “Eli Manning” after he threw a 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Rhett Ellison in the second quarter.

But Manning’s presence failed to provide a spark to a stagnant offense that hasn’t topped 21 points in almost two months. It was back to business as usual for them with Manning — instead of Smith — at quarterback.

“No different,” Engram said. “We just showed up. Came together all week to play a football game together. It’s not different.”

Going back to Manning looked promising for the Giants early. He completed 14 of 18 passes for 117 yards and a touchdown in the first half, with much of the damage being done on underneath passes. Ten of those 14 completions were to running backs and tight ends.

In the second half, Manning and the offense hit a wall. They did not produce a point.

The afternoon ended with a fan near the press box chanting (likely sarcastically): “We want Geno! We want Geno!”

But after this, don’t be surprised to hear, “We want Davis” next.

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By Ryan Talbot | Contributing writer

The Buffalo Bills return to action on Sunday following a Week 6 bye. The week off didn’t benefit or harm the Bills’ status in various power rankings. Here’s a look at where Buffalo sits entering Week 7.

USA Today: No. 9

Movement: Down 1

Analysis:

Luck plays huge part in any team’s season. It may be smiling on Buffalo, which draws battered Jameis Winston, Derek Carr next two weeks.

Pro Football Talk: No. 10

Movement: No movement

Analysis:

Rex Ryan vowed to end the playoff drought in his first year with the team. Sean McDermott may be the one to get it done.

NFL.com: No. 11

Movement: Up 1

Analysis:

Members of the #BillsMafia were off this past weekend, given a reprieve from complaining about the offense. Tyrod Taylor is probably the most confusing quarterback this side of Cam Newton. Whereas Newton is an up-and-down player, everyone keeps wondering if Taylor is an undervalued player mired in a bad offense or a quarterback who is merely jussst good enough to get you beat. Not everything can be blamed on supporting cast. Sometimes a passer has to take chances downfield and let the chips fall where they may. Witness Alex Smith this season. Wonder what would’ve happened if Buffalo had drafted Patrick Mahomes …

Sporting News: No. 11

Movement: Up 2

Analysis:

They went into the bye with a reeling offense, but their surprising start has been anchored by a defense playing better on every level under Sean McDermott. Tyrod Taylor and LeSean McCoy need to put the team on their backs.

This week: vs. Buccaneers, a defense built for them to exploit