There are a few big predictions for the New England Patriots in their matchup against the Jets in week 2. The Patriots did not get off to a very good start in week one against Miami. They failed to match the Dolphins’ ability to move the ball. Fans are wondering if the Patriots’ offense will be as stagnant as it was last year with Cam Newton at the helm. Fortunately, it seems like rookie QB Mac Jones is getting the offense going.
Now we have some big predictions for their week 2 game.
4. New England’s defense will have a big game against their opponents.
Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia and his team did a pretty decent job against Miami. Sadly, the offense was not able to match the defense and failed to put the needed points on the board.
This week though, the Patriots should have good opportunity to pick up a win against a poor Jets squad. The pass rush of the Patriots should be able to have a huge game against the broken offensive line of the Jets.
4 Big Predictions For Patriots vs Jets Week 2 Game
3. Both WR Nelson Agholor and RB Damien Harris will be big men on offense.
Wide receiver Nelson Agholor was able to have a big game leading the team in receiving with 72 yards on 5 receptions as well as a touchdown scored. At the same time, the Patriots’ running back Damien Harris also had a big game, rushing for 100 yards on 23 touches. We don’t see why it would be any different against the Jets.
2. Mac Jones will throw at least two passing touchdowns in the game.
Rookie quarterback Mac Jones an okay NFL debut in Week 1 with his first start in the NFL. He had a total of 281 yards on 29-of-39 as well as a passing touchdown. The the Jets poor defense, it should be an even bigger chance for him to prove what he can do.
1. The Patriots will pick up a 24-10 win and get their first win of the season.
After looking back to week 1, it was clear that the Patriots almost came up with a victory against a decent Miami team. With a few more yards here and there, it would have been a victory. Bill Belichick will definitely come up with the needed adjustments do come out with a decisive win on Sunday.