Jeremy Hill didn’t have much luck in the regular-season opener against the Houston Texans. He was placed on season-ending injured reserve after suffering a torn ACL during the game.
This was the last scenario Jeremy Hill hoped for. Every player in the NFL has high hopes for the regular season, and Hill thought that he’d help the team win the game. Unfortunately, he couldn’t contribute in the Patriots’ offense.
The team’s preseason was more than promising, and that’s what keeps Hill this optimistic. The 25-year-old player is keeping his head up, and he also posted an inspiring message to Instagram.
“Why me Why now is what I’ve been asking myself since Sunday but in actuality WHY NOT me. Adversity and hurdles have been my whole life this just seems to be another one in my journey. God doesn’t make mistakes and I know I’m being put through this for a reason. Thanks for all your prayers I truly appreciate them. Only the Beginning for me,” Hill wrote in his message.
He also sent out a brief tweet after the Patriots majestic 27-20 win on Sunday. “Gods plan,” he tweeted.
Hill signed a one-year contract with the New England Patriots, and we don’t have much information on the team’s interested in Hill next season.
Things are getting even more exciting at Foxboro, and the Patriots are getting ready for their next challenge. The team will play against the Jacksonville Jaguars, and it will probably be the toughest matchup in the season. Remember how experts predicted that Jacksonville will win this year’s Super Bowl?
Quartback Tom Brady and his teammates better get ready for the big game. Head coach Bill Belichick should recreate his winning formula, and help his guys win this one. But, hey, the Patriots can do that and much more.