‘He Didn’t Really Do Nothing’: New England Patriots’ Matthew Judon Trolls Mac Jones For his Two Pass Spell Against Bills

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New England Patriots demolished the threatening AFC East rivals Buffalo Bills Monday night despite some harsh weather conditions. The Bills Stadium battle was affected by strong snowy winds blowing at the speed of approximately 40 mph with temperatures below, according to FOX Weather.

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Even the game started with a free kick that went over to the stands carried away by the strong winds. And so with extreme circumstances comes extreme tactics. The Patriots adopted a rushing game rather than a throwing one since the wind wasn’t favourable for it. And so quarterback Mac Jones ended up his spell completing 2 of 3 pass attempts covering 14 yards with zero TDs and zero INTs.

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New England Patriots adopting a rushing game against Bills

Although the Bills had a conventional passing game throughout the night but in the end failed to match up with Belichick’s strategy. The Patriots took home the win that would make their streak up to seven games.

For the Patriots, it was a relatively calm night for the quarterback Mac Jones, since the game was taken care by the running backs. Damien Harris was the star running back of the night. He ran for 111 yards with 10 carries, scoring one touchdown with an impressive average of 11.1 yards per carry. Followed by Rhamondre Stevenson, who registered 24 carries for 78 yards.

Matthew Judon on Mac Jones

Following the clash, linebacker Matthew Judos in his post game conference joked about Mac Jones’ contribution to the win. “Just hats off to the offense — really everybody, probably besides Mac. He didn’t really do nothing besides hand the ball off.”

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Jones was not a key element of the Patriots’ game plan on Monday, with the team running the ball 46 times. With this crucial win against the AFC East rivals, the Patriots have recorded an impressive 9-4 stance; rising from a 2-4 record early in the season.

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Mac Jones has most certainly been the focal point of the team as the Patriots make their way to the playoffs being the first seeded AFC franchise. And now, before hosting the Indianapolis Colts on December 18, Jones and the Patriots will have a chance to rest.

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