It may have been the final pre-season game at Foxboro Stadium, but the New England Patriots made it a memorable one. New England dominated the Washington Redskins on both sides of the football Thursday night, and sent the Redskins home with a 33-13 loss.
Warrick Dunn rushed for 115 yards, and Drew Bledsoe was sacked three times by a ferocious Tampa Bay Buccaneer defense, as the Bucs stifled the New England Patriots, 20-3 in a preseason game Saturday night.
Led by three interceptions, the Patriot defense suffocated the Carolina Panthers, while third string quarterback Tom Brady tossed a touchdown pass to David Patten, leading the Patriots to a 23-8 exhibition win Saturday night.
The Patriots defense put up yet another great performance as New England beat up on the Carolina Panthers 23-8 on Saturday night.
This is a preview of a preview since these teams will meet again for real when the second week of the season (September 16) arrives.
To no one’s surprise, wide receiver Terry Glenn was a no-show for practice on Sunday.
It appears that Friday’s 4-game suspension of Patriots wide receiver Terry Glenn shouldn’t have come as such a surprise after all.
There was more bad news on the injury front for the Patriots on Wednesday, when second-year offensive lineman and last year’s 2nd round draft choice Adrian Klemm suffered a dislocated elbow and was driven off the practice field.
|NBC Sports Boston - Jun 16th, 2021|