Bill Belichick likes Leonard Johnson's play, but his dancing? Not so much

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- New England Patriots cornerback Leonard Johnson made an immediate impact in his debut with the team Sunday night, breaking up two passes. His work on a fourth-down stop was highlighted on Bill Belichick's weekly breakdown of key plays from a victory on Patriots.com.

After the play, Johnson showed his excitement with a dance.

As the dance is shown on Belichick's breakdown of plays, it is pointed out by host Scott Zolak.

"We'll have to see if we can slow that down a little bit," Belichick cracks.

On a more serious note, Belichick pointed out the communication between defensive backs Patrick Chung, Nate Ebner, Malcolm Butler and Johnson on the play, as they were in a 4-on-3 situation, while receiver DeAndre Hopkins was double-teamed on the opposite side.

In the breakdown, Belichick highlighted the complementary football between special teams, defense and offense at the end of the second quarter; Butler's coverage skills on a double move; and good full-team defense in which the pass rush complements the coverage.