The New England Patriots bounced back in a big way with a win over the lowly New York Jets in Week 2, but how good did the Patriots REALLY look? Here are my quick-snap reactions to the Patriots’ Week 2 win over the Jets.
If you’re a sports fan, you’ve probably had a heated exchange of words once or twice. Players are no different. Adrenaline needs to find a way out during some point of the game, and taunting is one of those avenues. However, the NFL has taken unnecessary steps towards taking the fun out of football.
When New England selected Mac Jones with the 15th overall pick in this year’s draft, it was pretty evident that a new era was on the horizon. The Patriots were coming off a season in which they went 7-9, their first losing record since 2000. Cam Newton was mediocre at best and looked nothing like …
If you’re from Boston or have seen Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives starring Guy Fieri, then you may have heard of the Mac Attack Burger from Boston Burger Company. Food aside, Patriots fans will be hoping for a different kind of Mac Attack on the playing field this upcoming season as rookie Mac Jones has taken over the starting QB position for the team.
The Patriots have made their intentions clear. Mac Jones is their starting quarterback. For better or worse. Jones certainly impressed in training camp and the preseason, with analysts and fans alike raving about the accuracy and poise he’s shown off so far. Even his teammates have joined in on the praise of the young quarterback:
Today was the deadline for teams to finalize their 53-man rosters ahead of the 2021 NFL season. Here’s how the Patriots look after cutdown day and some additional notes on changes that are expected in the coming days. QB: Mac Jones RB: Damien Harris James White Rhamdondre Stevenson J.J. Taylor Brandon Bolden FB: Jakob Johnson …