Mike Sando, the ESPN NFL Insider, talks every Sunday ESPN NFL analyst Jon Gruden and the Monday Night Football crew to analyze teams performance, players, coaches, and so on. In week 11 they’re in Foxborough to analyse the Bills-Patriots matchup and find some key fact about the Patriots’ offensive schemes.
The Patriot shows various form this season.
Patriots’ Tom Brady, 38, is the most aggressive attacking quarterback. (He completed 26-of-42 passes for 334 yards with two touchdowns and an interception in Sunday’s dramatic 27-26 win against the Giants. He also fumbled twice, losing one of them.)
Patriots’ tight end Rob Gronkowski taking pride in his pass protection. (He caught 5-of-7 targets for 113 yards and a touchdown in Sunday’s 27-26 win over the Giants.)
Patriots’ flanker Julian Edelman, 29, inserting in the run game to deliver key blocks.
Patriots’ backup running back Brandon Bolden catching a deep touchdown pass. (He ran just once for minus-three yards in Sunday’s win over the Giants.)
Yes the word “jokers” can help to interpret the Patriot Way when the team performance was tremendous 9-0 record into its Monday night matchup against the Buffalo Bills. Jokers were good in all the view points. On the football ground, the running backs, tight ends, wide receivers was typically align and have had a nice combination among all of the rookies to beat Bills. These jokers are are good in a variety of formations.
The Bills’ efficiency to counter the New England Patriots’ jokers could help decide this game’s outcome.