Jakobi Meyers Shouts Out Patriots Fans After First NFL TD Catch

The New England Patriots added another win in their chart. Players contributed to the game. This game was important for each and every player on the roster. Jakobi Meyers hit his first TD and his teammates sure know how to celebrate.

Entering the game against the Cleveland Browns, Meyers had an NFL record for most receiving yards without a TD with 1,522. However, things took a different turn in the fourth quarter. Meyers caught a pass from Brian Hoyer. It was an 11-yard touchdown catch and run and Meyers’ scoreless streak was brought to an end.

As Meyers went to the end zone, his teammates went wild. They weren’t going to let the wide receiver celebrate his great moment alone. If you ask him, Meyers will say this was the best part about his touchdown. He really liked the way everyone was celebrating with him. This was more precious than the touchdown. Meyers knows that his players were waiting for this moment. He knew they were patient.

Patriots players praise Jakobi Meyers for his first TD

Rookie quarterback Mac Jones didn’t throw the pass, but he definitely celebrated Meyers’ success. The rookie knows that Meyers would score in this particular game. Jones was really excited and he has nothing but words of praise for his teammate. He said Meyers is a good teammate and excellent team player, adding that he deserves more than this. The Patriots starting quarterback hopes they will “keep stacking them up.”

Receiver Kendrick Bourne shared the same excitement. He said that this was the highlight of the game. The receiver congratulated Meyers and acknowledged his hard work. Meyers has been working really hard and it’s time to start off a good touchdown streak.

Current and former Patriots players celebrated the success. This includes James White, Damien Harris, Julian Edelman, Brandon Bolden, and Gunner Olszewski.

The Atlanta are next on the list and Meyers will have a chance to add another score. Let’s see what happens in the upcoming game. NFL analysts have great expectations for the team. Colin Cowherd warned other teams in the AFC.