The New England Patriots deal with windy and snowy nights in northern New York and defeat Buffalo Bills 14-10 despite trying three passes in every game. I have put together a game plan.
According to ESPN statistics and informationWith only two throws by the Buffalo Bills against the New York Jets in 1974, the NFL team had the fewest three-pass attempts.
The wind was immediately a factor as the opening kickoff from Bills passed through the end zone and landed on the stands several rows on Monday night. In the second half of the first quarter, the Patriots’ Jake Bailey could only punt 15 yards with the wind facing his face.
To fight the weather, the Patriots ran the ball 46 times, and quarterback Mac Jones completed two of the three attempts at 19 yards. Jones threw a 12-yard pass to tight-end John Nusmith in the first quarter, attempted a continuous play pass in the fourth quarter, and did not throw again until he completed the seven-yard pass.
Still, despite the one-dimensional game plan, New England managed a total of 241 yards of attacks. Damien Harris escaped with a 64-yard touchdown, and Patriots kicker Nick Folk scored 41-yard and 34-yard field goals.
Buffalo’s attack was much more balanced with Josh Allen completing 15 out of 30 attempts at 145 yards and one touchdown. The kicker Tyler Bass missed a 33-yard field goal with less than eight minutes left, and Bills flipped the ball down the Red Zone with the last offensive possession of the game.
– NFL Sports
Pate Riots wins in a windy and snowy game and Bills’ three pass attempts
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