The Patriots just released their inactive list for today’s game against the Dolphins, which features a few notable names among those not playing this afternoon.
Tom Brady, was in midseason form last night as he methodically and surgically picked apart the Steelers’ defense as he’s done so many times in the past
This game will be very important to both Gunner Olszewski, and Braxton Berrios. Both showed good promise in the return game
Carolina only had a total of 99 yards of offense with 48 passing and 51 rushing and could only muster seven first downs in the entire game.
This secondary unit of the Patriots is one of the more stronger ones in the league and arguably the deepest secondary unit that Bill Belichick has coached
Having Edelman, Gordon, Harry, Thomas, Phillip Dorsett, Jakobi Meyers, et al at the position is certainly cause for optimism, and if it were 2012
Here are some Patriots thoughts on the Monday morning.
With Gordon’s addition, the team will have to carry an extra wide receiver to protect themselves in the event that Gordon’s inner demons resurface.
Harris the rookie running back from Alabama looked very good. He rushed 14 times for 80 yards and caught five passes for 23 yards.
Away from the smothering Jonathan Jones in team practices, Berrios has found room to move and made some nice plays in the passing game.
Best social media postings from the Patriots preseason opener versus the Detroit Lions.
One of the more impressive players on the field today had to be rookie Joejuan Williams.. He had a couple of nice interceptions and had a few pass breakups
“I think there were plays – quick throws where the read was clear and the receiver was open, where he scrambled and extended the play,” Belichick said.
Stidham looked like a player that already has a firm grasp of the offense. He looked extremely poised went thru his progressions and delivered the ball.
Meyers is generating a ton of buzz around his play and his early grasp of the Patriots playbook but Berrios, has shown signs of life against the Lions
|Boston.com - Oct 29th, 2020|