Damiere Byrd Catches 42-Yard Pass For First Touchdown With Patriots

Damien Harris started the whole thing, and Damiere Byrd is here to finish the job with his touchdown. The New England Patriots are playing the Houston Texans on the road, and they have a real chance to win the game.

Byrd decided to put his name on the scoring board, and he did it in the most brilliant way ever. The Patriots receiver received a 42-yard pass for his first touchdown with the Patriots. Veteran quarterback Cam Newton delivered the pass, and Byrd did his thing. This gave New England a chance to narrow Houston’s lead to 21-16.

The long play gave Byrd three receptions for 89 yards and a touchdown on the game. The play gave NFL experts a glimpse of the speed and playmaking skills the Patriots expected to see from Byrd in the offseason.

Byrd had a really good reason to sign with the Patriots. In his video conference with media members, Byrd told reporters that he wanted “to play good football.”

Damiere Byrd to launch another touchdown

New England had consistent success in the past twenty years, and Byrd joins a talented team. Head coach Bill Belichick has developed a strong team and those who stay on the roster have to stay healthy and ready to win. Belichick won’t think twice before cutting a player. He makes smart choices regarding his roster moves. We have seen him sign troubling players who had hard time finding a home in the NFL. And yes, he knows how to turn an underperforming player into a superstar.

Byrd, Harris and other players on the Patritos roster have a chance to finish the game with a win. A win over the Texans would give the Patriots a chance to make the playoff picture. They can easily hit .500 and improve their performance. This win will motivate players to do better in the next few games.

Sony Michel and Julian Edelman are expected to return in the near future. New England is ready to use both veterans in the battle against NFL teams.