It’s time to face the facts, Patriots fans. This team just isn’t very good. After getting blown out by the Broncos last week, many blamed the poor performance on the lack of practice due to COVID-19 issues. This week, that wasn’t the case. The Patriots practiced every day and were
The New England Patriots came out flat on Sunday and never recovered, dropping under .500 for the first time since 2002. The Patriots’ regular practice schedule was disrupted due to a myriad of COVID-19 issues heading into this matchup, and the lack of preparation certainly showed throughout the game. Here
The New England Patriots dropped to 2-2 on Monday, as quarterbacks Brian Hoyer and Jarrett Stidham failed to produce in Cam Newton’s absence against the Kansas City Chiefs. While it was an underwhelming loss against the reigning Super Bowl champs, there were still plenty of positives takeaways for the Patriots.
The New England Patriots defeated a banged-up Raiders squad on Sunday, taking care of business in all facets of the game. After coming out relatively flat, the Patriots bounced back with 13 second-quarter points. The running back committee took care of business from there, as Newton and company cruised to
The New England Patriots were one yard away from capping off an impressive 4th quarter comeback against the Seattle Seahawks. Unfortunately for them, it wasn’t meant to be, as Cam Newton was stuffed at the goal line on his last-second rushing attempt. This game had it all: deep ball touchdowns, multiple