Matt Patricia and Joe Judge fail as Patriots offensive coordinators

Matt Patricia and Joe Judge fail as Patriots offensive coordinators

The departure of Josh McDaniels to Las Vegas freed up the position of New England’s offensive coordinator. Bill Belichick opted out of having a nominal coach and named Matt Patricia and Joe Judge as forwards for the Pats. At the end of the pre-season, many doubts have been lifted at Gillette Stadium.

The Patriots played the Giants, Panthers and Raiders and finished with a 1-2 record and the offense was on display in the organization’s last engagement by scoring just six units.

The problems with the attack are compounded when you consider that in three games, they average 15.7 pointsmaking it the league’s sixth-worst offense in that department.

By land, there are not many guarantees either. In their games, they added 282 yards (average of 94 yards per game) and two touchdowns; With the above, they rank as the twentieth most productive offense in exhibition games.

by plane It might seem like the Patriots are more efficient with their 243.3 yards per game (11th in the NFL). However, the club’s QBs, led mainly by Bailey Zappe in pre-season, he had just two touchdowns for four interceptions.

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There are also doubts in the defense

The defense also doesn’t appear to be the dominant unit Bill Belichick introduced in 2021. His average of 297 yards allowed is the 14th lowest in the NFL in preseason, the 18.7 points per game leaves them in the thirteenth echelon; even if his air defense could be the strong point with 191.7 yards per game (10th place in the league).

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