If the team would stop inflicting wounds on themselves, they could easily be 2-0. Would it be a pretty 2-0? It could be since these "wounds" are what makes the team look like a crappy team.
Many people say that if the Patriots score 25 points in a game then they are pretty much guaranteed a victory. While it definitely seems to be true as of late, I decided to look back at the past two seasons to see how true it is.
With or without the aid of a potential wet track, the Patriots need to slow down Tyreek. While that one sentence could summarize whether the Patriots exit week two tied for first or alone in last place, I'll give you a little bit more to think about before tonight's AFC East matchup.
Trying to predict any of the events which will be happening at 1 Patriot Place on Sunday may have similar odds to picking the winning lottery numbers. What will the team look like? What does Kraft have planned to celebrate the career of Tom Brady?
Now that the Patriots have picked up their free agent running back we can make some comparisons of the offensive stats lost and gained. The three main offensive skill players that are no longer with the team are Damien Harris, Jakobi Meyers, and Nelson Agholor. The veterans replacing them are Ezekiel Elliot, JuJu Smith-Schuster, and Mike Gesicki. This is a quick comparison of each players stats for the 2022 season.
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