Patriots Legend Reacts To Week 15 Disaster: ‘What the F*** Are We Doing?’

The New England Patriots played the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 15 and finished the game with a terrible loss. It was really bad and even Julian Edelman couldn’t hide his disappointment. The 2018 Super Bowl MVP was in the building to support his former team. NFL experts listed a few mistake Patriots players made and Edelman watched them struggle.

Jakobi Meyer’s pass to Mac Jones was a big mistake and the Patriots lost the game to the Raiders.

Cameras caught Edelman’s reaction and yes, the NFL would shares the same opinion.

Patriots players made a few terrible mistakes in the Week 15 loss

The Raiders tied the game at the very end. Mike Reiss from ESPN discussed Keelan Cole’s move and the fact that officials may have made a mistake.

“We looked at every available angle and it was not clear and obvious that the foot was on the white. It was very tight, very close. There was no shot that we could see – we even enhanced and blew up the views that we had. There was nothing that was clear and obvious that his foot was touching the white.” said NFL Senior VP of Officiating Walt Anderson. Had the ruling on the field been incomplete, we would not have been able to change that either.”

That’s not all. Anderson believes that officials didn’t have a sideline angle which leads us to another topic.

“No, we did not,” Anderson said. “Probably the best view was what we term a ‘high end zone’ view. TV gave us the most enhanced view that they had as well.

Meyers made a mistake and it’s already stuck in his head. He will remember it forever. The Patriots player said he tried his best to help the team win this game. He wasn’t a hero. Not at all. Rhamondre Stevenson feels the same way about the game.

It was a terrible loss for the team and the Patriots have to learn from their mistake.