Patriots Legends Have Strong Words for Team During Loss to Bills

The New England Patriots finished their regular season with a terrible loss. They lost the regular-season finale to the Miami Dolphins, and also lost the wild-card game to the Buffalo Bills. It was frustrating and horrible. Patriots legends had a terrible reaction to the Bills loss.

Josh Allen got the best of the game. He was the star of the show. Yes, rookie quarterback Mac Jones was brilliant in the game, but it wasn’t enough. Even head coach Bill Belichick knows that his players should have done better. Nothing they did was enough to beat the Bills.

Former defensive tackle Vince Wilfork had some strong words for Belichick and Co.

We all know someone who’d agree with Wilfork. Patriots defense struggled to contain the Bills. Moreover, Wilfork believes that the Patriots didn’t even try to contain their opponents.

Tedy Bruschi watched the game, too. The former Patriot praised the long-time rivals for their excellent game.

Former Patriots linebackerTed Johnson joined the group. He was a vocal critic of Jones and used this loss to blast the first-rounder again.

Current Patriots player join legends in the comments following team loss

What about current Patriots players?

Patriots edge rusher Matthew Judon talked to the media after the loss. He knows that his team didn’t try too hard. This was the last chance for his teammates and they didn’t use any of it.

“From start to finish we were getting handled, and lost the game,” Judon said. “It’s disappointing, especially when there are no more games after this.”

The damage is done and Belichick is entering another long offseason. He will probably stick with Mac Jones as starter. We can’t say the same for players on his defense. Belichick brought great players last offseason and it wasn’t enough. Some reporters even asked Belichick if he plans to return to the field in 2022. If you thought that Belichick would call it career, you are absolutely wrong. He won’t go anywhere in the near future. Let’s see what happens this offseason. Who will be the first player to leave the organization?