By Tiffany Williams –
On Sunday the New England Patriots will return home to Gillette with three consecutive wins and tow back-to-back games on the road.
After rolling over the Panthers 24-6, the Patriots will host the Cleveland Browns on Sunday who are coming into this contest after a week nine 41-16 win against the Bengals.
Sunday will be the 26th time overall that the Patriots and the Browns have met, including one postseason game. The two team have not played each other since October 27, 2019 when the Patriots beat the Browns 27-13. However, Cleveland leads the all-time series with a 13-12 mark, including the one postseason game when the Bill Belichick-led Browns claimed a 20-13 victory over the Patriots on New Year’s Day.
These past couple of weeks I have been scaling back from being such a big critic of rookie QB Mac Jones, while there’s still much that he must work on there are actually some good things to point out about the rookie. Jones improved to 4-0 as a starting quarterback on the road this season and became the 3rd rookie quarterback to win each of his 1st 4 road starts in league annals.