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Patriots looking to bounce back vs Las Vegas Raiders 

Patriots looking to bounce back vs Las Vegas Raiders 
Patriots looking to bounce back vs Las Vegas Raiders 

Written by Karver Jordan 

The New England Patriots are looking to bounce back after that very tough loss vs the New Orleans Saints. Here is ONE thing New England must do vs the Raiders in order to win this game.

Limit Turnovers:

New England has been having multiple turnovers the last few weeks, especially vs the Saints. Three turnovers from quarterback Mac Jones really set back the offensive game plan, A fumble and two very bad interceptions. 

Offensive Struggles are forcing Mac Jones to make stupid mistakes, he needs a clean pocket. Jones’ passes have been off the mark by a mile. 

New England strives off no turnovers and good mental Football, it is time to reset and play some good football. 

Karvers final thoughts:

New England needs to limit turnovers and play good Football, Right now they are playing atrocious Football. Too many mental mistakes, too many turnovers. Bill Belichick said he made some changes to this team after the terrible loss vs the Saints, we will see how the changes work tomorrow vs the Raiders. 

More about the writer:

My name is Karver Jordan, I’m a high schooler who is writing in New England. I enjoy sharing my sports knowledge with everyone. My goal is to help get the fans to get a better understanding of Teams, Players, and more. If you enjoyed this piece of writing check me out on Instagram and Twitter! Thank you all so much for the recent support



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