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Author: Jon Kuzma
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Bill Belichick doesn’t overlook any opponents but you know he thought the New York Giants would be easier than they were. Big Blue is a young and upcoming team who could be a contender in a couple of years. At times you could see that against New England especially on the defensive side of the ball. The Patriots had a couple of early turnovers and it gave their opponents life.
Fortunately for Belichick’s team they settled down in the 2nd half and put together a solid 4th quarter which would seal the deal for them. Julian Edelman was the star during that stretch of play and came up with several big catches in crunch time. Once the game was over Edelman finished with 9 receptions for 113 yards. And he showed once again why he’s the most reliable player in this offense. The Patriots also seemed to be committed to Sony Michel and they even gave the ball to Michel on the first couple of plays. The idea was to get the young ball carrier going and to get him up to speed before the playoffs are here. It wasn’t a convincing win by any means but New England stuck with the things that won them a Super Bowl last year. Edelman and Michel are the keys to victory and then Belichick works his magic on defense.
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The New England Patriots remain unbeated after holding off the New York Giants.