New England Patriots Super Bowl Champs

The Patriots Dominates Horseshoe

Jonas Gray powered the Pats to a Prime Time Win. (Photo From Patriots.com)

Jonas Gray powered the Pats to a Prime Time Win.
(Photo From Patriots.com)

The Patriots go from crushing the orange horses to crushing the blue horses at the horseshoe on Sunday Night Football. The Pats have won their 6th straight game, first time doing that since 2012.

The first half saw some good and bad moments on defense on and offense, especially from Tom Brady. The Pats ran Gray heavily on their first possession to a touchdown to take the quick 7-0 lead. The Pats would score again on a Gray touchdown after getting short field when Revis tipped a pass that McCourty intercepted. The Pats would take the 14-3 lead before half and have the ball in time for a 2 minute offense, but Brady would throw another horrible INT in the half. It gave the Colts short field and they cashed in for a touchdown throw from Luck to Nicks. 

Both of Brady’s interceptions came when he threw off balance and under heavy pressure.

The defense did great in the first half, allowing a few big plays, but holding the Colts to just 10 points.

The score was 14-10 but Pats got the ball to start the 3rd.

Tom Brady was on fire in the 2nd half. He came out and lead the team to a touchdown by throwing a great pass to Tim Wright. 

Gray was a monster in the game. He would add 2 more touchdowns in the 2nd half. Gronk was great also. He had a SportsCenter top 10 play when he broke a few tackles and jumped in for the touchdown. His touchdown put the Pats up 42 – 20 late in the 4th. That would be the final score.

Before Gronk’s touchdown, on the touchdown run by Gray, Gronk would block Sergio Brown all the way off the field and into the ground. He says its because Brown talked the whole game.

The defense did good in the 2nd half. Browner didn’t have the best game, getting burnt a lot against Coby Fleener, a huge tight end, who went over 140 yards. But, they only allowed 10 more points to the Colts in the 2nd half. It was impressive considering how good this Colts offense is right now.

They shut down 100% Colts running game too. Revis put Wayne on an island. Kyle Arrington put T.Y. Hilton on an island. It was good for the defense.

The game was a mixture of good and bad moments but in the 2nd half it was dominance by the Pats offense and they won a huge game on the road. They beat the Colts, a good team, on the road. It proves they can win on the road.

The Pats are clearly on fire right now.

Notable Stats:

QB Tom Brady: 19/30 for 257 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 2 interceptions.

RB Jonas Gray: 38 carries for 199 yards and 4 touchdowns. 

TE Rob Gronkowski: 4 receptions for 71 yards and 1 touchdown.

WR Julian Edelman: 5 receptions for 50 yards and 1 touchdown.

TE Tim Wright: 1 catches for 2 yards and 1 touchdown.

LB Jamie Collins: 5 tackles and 1 FF.

FS Devin McCourty: 3 tackles and 1 interception.

GAME MVP:

RB Jonas Gray.

He led the team tonight on offense. He dominated the Colts all night and scored 4 touchdowns and rushed for 199 yards. He was the star tonight.

 

 


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