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    New England Patriots Mac Jones Sets NFL Record On MNF

    New England Patriots Win again

    Once again. The New England Patriots have triumphed in their seventh consecutive game. The most intriguing fact of them all is Patriots head coach Bill Belichick only allowed rookie Mac Jones to throw three passes all game. The Patriots took on the Buffalo Bills on Monday night and played 40 mph winds. This generally means, a ton of running the ball will take place but nobody expected the play calling to be so lopsided. Jones threw the ball only three times in addition to handing the ball off 46 times. Their victory in the game. Achieved through an outstanding breakout run by Damien Harris. Resulted in a final score of 14 10.

    The victory solidified the Patriots No. 1 seed in the AFC and took control of the AFC East division. Overall, Jones went two for three for 19 yards, while the Patriots rand down the Bills throats for 222 yards.

    Jones expressed that being a part of the game was quite an extraordinary experience. He described it as a peculiar day. But emphasized the importance of obtaining more points than the opposing team. Overall Jones considered it to be a remarkable and satisfying day. I’ve never seen that much wind before.

    Kudos to the offensive line for their exceptional performance. They consistently pushed forward, knowing we would rely on the running game. It was truly remarkable, and I’ve never experienced anything like it before.

    Rookie Mac Jones makes franchise history

    The three passing attempts are by far the fewest in Patriots history, as well as, the two completions. According to ESPN, this was the fewest attempts by any team since the Bills only tried twice in Week 3 of the 1974 season.

    “We played the way we needed to win. In the end, we scored enough points,” said New England coach Bill Belichick. “The players deserve credit for their toughness, discipline, resilience, and dealing with challenging conditions against a strong opponent.”

    The team used six offensive linemen on the field for 61% of the game. This is the highest usage for any team over the past five seasons. New England Patriots veteran safety Devin McCourty emphasized how he appreciates and loves the unselfishness on this team. The team’s willingness to play the game together can be reflected into something even greater.
    “That’s why I enjoyed playing here,” he said. “This team is not focused on individuals or egos. It’s not about sticking to a specific plan; it’s about winning. We adapt and find a way to win.

    “People might say that in this game, our defense stood out. But we also ran the ball. To me, that’s a collective effort.”

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