There isn’t a scenario in which you — or anybody else — had the Patriots tied with the Jets in the AFC East after four games. Yet here we are; New England has fallen short of expectations and New York has wildly exceeded them and both outfits are 2-2.
“I think we’re all disappointed.” Tom Brady conceded Monday morning, hours after the team lost at home to the Panthers. “Losing doesn’t sit well with any of us,” Brady said during his weekly appearance on WEEI’s “Kirk and Callahan Show,” via ESPN.com.
“Hopefully we can figure out how to play more consistently over the course of an entire game. Offensively, we have to be able to score more points than the other team; no matter what they score, we have to score more. If we score three points, the defense has to hold them to nothing. That’s what being a good team is all about.”
The offense isn’t the problem though. It’s the league’s worst defense (that’s no exaggeration — this group has been abysmal) that’s the problem. Communication has been identified as the main culprit, which means the issues are fixable. Veteran linebacker and team leader Dont’a Hightower is “absolutely” certain the unit can turn things around.
Article source: https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/news/thursday-night-football-tonight-streaming-tv-why-the-buccaneers-will-beat-the-patriots/
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