With a win, this evening, either the Patriots or the Steelers return to the Super Bowl for a record ninth time.
Tom Brady put the team on his back [again], and finished 24 of 40 for 280 yards with four touchdown passes and no interceptions for a passer rating of 114.6
Good time to get back on track this week The Patriots head out to the West Coast after a close loss last week to the Seahawks on Sunday Night Football. […]
Look for the Patriots to run Blount at least 20 times left behind Nate Solder and Joe Thuney this week and attack the Niners porous 3-4 front seven.
In his last two games, Kaepernick has completed 41 of 69 passes for 608 yards with three touchdowns and one interception and run 15 times for 78 yards.
The Patriots committed the cardinal sin in all of sports; don’t ever, ever let an inferior team hang around, because it come back to bite you.
In the last five games, the Philly defense has allowed 828 yards on the ground an average of 165.6 yards per game. This is the time for Blount to get some yardage and take some pressure off the receivers.
Look for the Patriots to try to wear down this Eagles defense with much more Blount and Bolden carrying the ball this week in a similar offensive game plan as when they faced a fellow NFC East foe, the Redskins.
Thru eleven games in 2015 the Philadelphia defense has been on the field for 83 minutes more than the offense.
|USA TODAY - Jun 17th, 2021|