Tedy Bruschi Has A Direct Message For Patriots After Loss To Rams

Is there any chance for the New England Patriots to make the playoffs this season? If not, they will break one of the longest streaks in league history. The Patriots suffered a terrible loss to the Los Angeles Rams, and the situation doesn’t look good at all. It was a demoralizing 24-3 loss to the Rams, and some fans have already thrown in the towel.

Former Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi has something to say about this.

Yes, this loss probably hurt their postseason hopes. Now they have to win every other game on the schedule and wait for a few other things to work in their favor.

Patriots to overcome loss to Rams

Bruschi took to his Instagram account to provide a simple response to the final score New England had. “Keep grinding,” he said.

Patriots captains voiced similar sentiment following the loss. They have the right mindset, but it will take much more than that to make the playoffs. Players have to work really hard in the next few weeks and win the remaining match on their schedule.

It looks like the Rams got their revenge for the Super Bowl embarrassment two years ago. This Rams team had enough power to keep Bill Belichick’s team under control.

Cam Akers rushed for 171 yards in the 24-3 win and Kenny Young returned an interception 79 yards for a touchdown. They brought the Rams to the fourth straight win for the season.

Jared Goff rushed for a touchdown and threw a touchdown pass to Cooper Kupp. Rams coach Sean McVay respects the Patriots team, but this is a different season and they fought really well to win this game. According to McVay, this has nothing to do with the 13-3 loss a couple of years ago.

The Rams offense looked sharp and their defense shut down the Patriots. The Patriots managed only 220 total yards and 62 of these happened in the second half.

Patriots starting quarterback Cam Newton went 9-of-16 for 119 yards and got sacked four times before Jarrett Stidham replaced him in the final three series in the fourth quarter.