The New England Patriots will play against the Atlanta Falcons and experts have already predicted the outcome of the game. It’s another big game for the team but they will definitely do their best to win this one.
Cynthia Frelund is definitely a fan of this idea. She believes the Patriots will add another win to their chart. Patriots players don’t like playing on Thursday night. Devin McCourty doesn’t like playing on Thursday right after beating the Cleveland Browns last Sunday. Well, guess what… They are ready to win this game. Mac Jones and his teammates did a wonderful job in the last four games. We have a few good reasons to believe they will do the same against Atlanta.
“…The Patriots win this one,” Frelund said Wednesday on “NFL Now.” “When I look to see what really drives this win — 27-22 is the score. But ultimately in this matchup, it is the play of the quarterback and the defense. I will give you a projection here for Mac Jones, though. It’s 281 (passing yards) with two passing touchdowns along with 13 rush yards. I think it’s going to be a strong showing for him and maybe we get the second Jakobi Meyers touchdown.”
Patriots to beat the Falcons and return home with a good outcome
Jones is a young leader and he has a lot to offer. Atlanta players will probably try to take advantage of his inexperience, but they shouldn’t forget that he almost beat Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Remember what happened to the New York Jets? Browns? Atlanta may get the same treatment.
The rookie signal-caller will get a lot of help from his teammates. Patriots running backs will be available for the game and that’s more than good news. Wide receivers and tight ends are here, too. Chase Winovich will return to the field. Josh Uche won’t be playing though. The Patriots had thirteen players listed as questionable for the game, including Kyle Van Noy.
Patriots coaches are confident about the outcome as well. Head coach Belichick knows that he has great players on the roster. He likes the performance Jones delivers every day.