ESPN Makes Prediction For Patriots Vs. Eagles Week 11 Game

The New England Patriots are all ready for their game against the Philadelphia Eagles. Will head coach Bill Belichick let his rookie receiver play this time? Will N’Keal Harry make his debut with the tam? Mike Reiss from ESPN predicted that the Patriots’ wide receiver will catch a touchdown pass Sunday in his team’s Week 11 game against the Eagles.
Harry has yet to make his debut with the Patriots, but Reiss is convinced that the game against Philadelphia provides a perfect chance for the first-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft to show off.

Reiss wrote that Harry will be active for the first time in the regular season for the Patriots, adding that the wide receiver will be targeted in the red zone for a touchdown catch on a fade route. It would be a route where Harry’s size and physicality can be trapped. According to Reiss, the Eagles are tough to run against.

ESPN may be right

The Patriots activated their rookie off injured reserve two weeks ago, but he was a healthy scratch for their Week 9 loss to the Baltimore Ravens. He has drawn words of praise for his skills on the field and the intensity he has shown in practice. Head coach Belichick hasn’t announced whether his rookie will join the team in their effort to defeat the Eagles.

If Harry plays then this prediction isn’t an unreasonable claim. Several sources have confirmed that Harry’s size may be well used in the red zone.

The Patriots will try not to repeat the mistakes from the game against Baltimore. They made a few mistakes, and Julian Edelman had a fumble. The offense still struggles, and we believe that coach Belichick has a solution to this issue. New England needs another title, and they won’t go home without one.

Tom Brady still thinks of the Super Bowl loss to the Eagles. I mean he is still trying to get over it. Brady isn’t someone who is used to losing games, and he will definitely lead the team to another win. Sunday is a big day for the Patriots and their fans.

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