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It will be the first of two straight prime-time games. This week's game marks the second of three Monday night games for the Patriots in It will be the fourth time the Patriots will have three Monday night games in one season. They also played three Monday night games in , and The clubs will play on Monday Night Football for the ninth time in team history and for the second consecutive season at MetLife Stadium.
Overall, the Patriots are in Monday Night Football games against the Jets, including on the road. In , New England earned its 20th series sweep over New York. It was also the fourth straight and the 11th under Bill Belichick and their 13th since Robert Kraft purchased the team in New England leads the series, overall.
New England is against the Jets since Robert Kraft purchased the team in New England's 67 overall victories over the Jets including two playoff wins are the second most over any single opponent, trailing only the 74 wins over Buffalo. The Patriots got back on track on the ground during the second half of their tough loss at Buffalo on Sunday.
After rushing for just 44 yards on 14 carries as a team in the first half, including five attempts for just 17 yards for Damien Harris, things improved dramatically after intermission.
Harris racked up yards and a touchdown on 16 carries and ran with toughness and elusiveness. Mostly due to his great work New England wound up with yards on the ground against the Bills, averaging 5.
That will need to continue if the Patriots offense intends to build off the production it showed in the second half. For all of the woeful Jets problems, stopping the run really hasn't been a huge issue.
New York allows yards per game on the ground, which is good for 13th in the league, and opponents pick up 4. Considering the Jets are winless and their opponents are always protecting leads, those numbers are more than respectable. Quinnen Williams and Henry Anderson lead the group up front, but that job will be tougher after the Jets sent inside linebacker Avery Williamson to the Steelers ahead of the trade deadline. The Patriots offensive line remained intact in Buffalo, and assuming that is the case Monday night the Patriots should have success.
This is a matchup of two of the worst groups in the league on both sides. The Jets are dreadful on defense in general ranking last in points allowed, yards allowed, passing yards allowed and first downs allowed. The Patriots ranks 29th in passing offense, 32nd in interception rate and 29th and points scored. Obviously something has to give in this matchup, and considering how many pieces have been shipped out of New York the assumption will be the Jets. Jakobi Meyers emerged as a reliable target in Buffalo, catching six balls for 58 yards.
Other than that, Cam Newton and the passing game were largely non-existent again. Newton passed for just yards against the Bills, most coming on short throws underneath the coverage.
The Jets secondary was torched in Kansas City last week, surrendering five touchdown passes to Patrick Mahomes. That was a continuation of the struggles New York has been through with corners Pierre Desir, Brian Poole and Bless Austin unable to prevent big plays all season long. Jamal Adams is long gone after being dealt to Seattle, but fellow safety Marcus Maye has played well alongside rookie Ashtyn Davis.
The group overall is overmatched, and even the Patriots struggling passing attack should find some holes in this secondary. The ageless Frank Gore leads a weak rushing attack for the Jets, but the Patriots run defense has been shredded all season long. And now the front seven may be without Lawrence Guy, who was forced out of the Buffalo game with a shoulder injury after just 20 snaps. Even with Guy the run defense was awful, allowing over yards per game and ranking 27th in the league.
Gore and Lamical Perine share the ball carrying duties and neither averages 4 yards per rush, but the Jets as a team average 4. The Jets offensive line is in shambles, which should give the Patriots a chance to keep this modest group of running backs in check. Bill Belichick has experimented with lineups in recent weeks, removing Chase Winovich from the equation in favor of some bigger bodies.
It hasn't worked, and it's possible Belichick will return to more conventional looks as he searches for answers. Either way the Patriots should be able to contain Gore and Perine while preventing the Jets from maintaining any offensive consistency, which the team has lacked for the entire season.
Darnold remains a talented young quarterback but he looks overmatched playing with very little help around him. Receivers Jamison Crowder, Breshad Perriman and Braxton Berrios have battled injuries all season, and Crowder has been the only consistent playmaking threat. Crowder groin and Perriman concussion missed last week's game, leaving the Jets with virtually no options in the passing game. Berrios caught eight balls but managed only 34 yards.
The Patriots secondary continues to take the ball away on a consistent basis with nine interceptions, which is tied for third in the league.
Darnold has struggled in the past against New England and with these weapons that should continue Monday night. He's completing just He's missed time with a shoulder injury already this season, and he appeared to aggravate it during a scramble against the Chiefs on Sunday. He's often been under siege in , suffering 19 sacks, and the Patriots secondary should be able to take advantage of everything collapsing around the Jets beleaguered quarterback.
Nick Folk has quietly righted the ship and now gone four straight games without missing any kicks. He hasn't been asked to make any from long range, but nonetheless he's been perfect when called upon. Jake Bailey had an uncharacteristically inconsistent day Sunday with a yarder downed outside the 20 followed by his first touchback of the season. Bailey remains a strong point on the Patriots special teams, however. The return game hasn't given much of a boost with Gunner Olszewski handling both kicks and punts.
He did turn in a modest yard punt return Sunday to give the Patriots good field position, but otherwise he's been a liability on kicks, often being hemmed inside the 25 rather than taking touchbacks.
Jets kicker Sam Ficken missed the last two games with a groin injury but had been solid prior to that, making 9 of 10 field goals and all six PATs. His replacement, Sergio Castillo, made 4 of 5 field goals with the miss coming on a yarder that was blocked.
New York uses Berrios on punts and he hasn't made an impact in that department. Ty Johnson handled kicks against the Chiefs but was quiet as well. Braden Mann is the Jets punter and someone we'll likely be quite familiar with during the game. The Patriots have been their steady selves in the kicking game of late and that should continue Monday night.
Cam Newton, QB: Newton looked poised to lead the Patriots to at least overtime last week against the Bills, but with the first giveaway of the contest, the game came to a quick and anticlimactic end. Newton and the offense made strides and now against the Jets, he'll look to take the next step and get back in the win column. The Patriots fortunes for the rest of the season rest heavily on Newton's shoulders.
Jakobi Meyers, WR: Meyers has emerged as a trusted target of Newton's in the last two weeks after injuries hit, coming up with 10 catches after picking up just one in his first three games of the season. Will he now draw more attention from the Jets or can he continue to develop for a passing offense that really needs him?
If the Patriots are to exploit a suspect Jets pass defense, Meyers will be a key. Damien Harris, RB: Harris scored his first touchdown against the Bills on an impressive and well-executed yard scamper.
The second-year running back earned praise from Josh McDaniels for his hard-charging style and responsible play, which should earn him a role that continues to grow. He'll be a key piece against a fairly-stout Jets front. Josh Uche, LB: Uche saw his first action of the season against the Bills and showed some glimpses of his impressive speed and burst, tackling Josh Allen in open space and forcing a hurry on two notable moments.
The Patriots are shorthanded at linebacker right now and it could present an opportunity for Uche to emerge in the second half of the season. He has the skillset they need, is he ready? Chase Winovich, Edge: After a great start to the season, Winovich has seen declining action over the last three weeks.
Can Winovich return to a three-down role or at least start impacting games on passing downs again? The defense has missed his playmaking, though their ability to get to third down has played a factor in his reduction in snaps, so better overall team defense could translate to more Winovich.
The still-promising quarterback hasn't thrown a touchdown pass since Week 3 and has been sacked 21 times in six games.
He'll have a tough matchup against the Patriots secondary, but should see an opportunity to beat the two-win Patriots to break the Jets winless start. With the Patriots recent run defense struggles, the Jets figure to use a heavy dose of the veteran.
For his career Gore is vs. Perine has seen increased action the last three games with 26 carries and eight targets in the passing game as his role continues to expand.
The Jets should look to use him in similar ways that the 49ers and Bills had success with their backs. Braxton Berrios, WR: The Jets could welcome back top receiver Jamison Crowder this week, but if he can't go it will leave this former Patriot as the most-targeted receiver on the Jets roster. Berrios has 23 catches and two touchdowns this season, working primarily from the slot. The Patriots could look to match Jonathan Jones up on Berrios, who must be accounted for on third downs.
The second-year defender leads the team with three sacks and is a disruptive force in the middle of their defense. If the Patriots are to get their offense going, they'll have to get through Williams to do it.
Bill Belichick has a Steve Levy will handle play-by-play duties with Brian Griese and Louis Riddick as the color analysts. Lisa Salters will work from the sidelines. The game will be produced by Phil Dean and directed by Jimmy Platt. Ian Eagle will call the game with Ron Jaworski providing analysis. A complete listing of the network's 38 stations can be found here. Play-by-play broadcaster Bob Socci will call the action along with former Patriots quarterback Scott Zolak , who will provide color analysis.
The games are produced by Marc Cappello. The New England Patriots host the Buffalo Bills this week on Monday Night Football and will try to avenge a loss in the first meeting between the two teams in Buffalo. Rams at SoFi Stadium. The New England Patriots will attempt to get back to. The New England Patriots look to even their regular-season record at with a victory this Sunday at the Houston Texans.
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It will be the first of two straight prime-time games. This week's game marks the second of three Monday night games for the Patriots in It will be the fourth time the Patriots will have three Monday night games in one season. They also played three Monday night games in , and The clubs will play on Monday Night Football for the ninth time in team history and for the second consecutive season at MetLife Stadium. Overall, the Patriots are in Monday Night Football games against the Jets, including on the road.
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The New England Patriots will play in primetime for the second straight week when they return to the confines of Gillette Stadium to face the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday Night Football following consecutive road games. This game marks the second straight season that the two teams will play on Sunday night. Last season, the Patriots were when they traveled to face the Ravens in Baltimore and suffered their first defeat of the season in a decision. The New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens have squared off 10 times in the regular season and four times in the postseason, including two straight AFC Championship Games in and , since the Baltimore franchise was founded following the Cleveland Browns move to Baltimore in All four postseason games have been played at Gillette Stadium.
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