Julian Edelman Has A New Nickname For N’Keal Harry After Dominance Vs. Cowboys

The New England Patriots earned their tenth win for the season. Their offense struggled on the field, but rookie receiver N’Keal Harry was excellent. The rookie scored his first career touchdown and his fellow receiver Julian Edelman liked it. He even came up with a nickname for the rookie.

The Super Bowl LIII MVP had eight catches for 93 yards in the big game, but Harry was the focal point of his Instagram post. Edelman didn’t forget to mention “Harry Potter.”

Harry’s touchdown was the only catch of his Gillette Stadium debut. The 10-yard catch made a really big difference in the 13-9 win. At the moment, Harry has four catches for 28 yards in his two games with the Patriots.

The Patriots are trying to improve to 11-1 when they take on the Houston Texans on Sunday.

Although Tom Brady wasn’t really pleased with the win, head coach Bill Belichick was proud of his team. The coach is well aware of the fact that his players confronted a very god team, adding that the Cowboys are really tough. Dallas is tough in every way, and the team is packed with talent. The Cowboys are led by a very good coach and represent a smart-situation team. Belichick used the word “tough” to describe the Cowboys in multiple occasions.

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You’re a wizard, Harry

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Dallas may be tough, but Belichick is really proud of his team. According to him, a lot of players stepped up and played really well. The Patriots made a lot of plays in all three phases of the game. New England played really well in the kicking game, and the defense was excellent. Again. The defending champions played without a few key players, and had a couple of players that were playing less than 100%. Of course, everyone played hard for the team, and made a big effort that night.

This was an important game for the Patriots, and they are off to an even bigger game. Houston is a tough opponent, and Brady needs to lead his guys to a win. Every Patriots should try to step up on Sunday. Game on, Patriots!

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