Sportsbook Recap of Patriots vs Falcons Thursday Night Football Trashing

Sportsbook Recap of Patriots vs Falcons Thursday Night Football Trashing

Last updated on November 20th, 2021 at 07:50 pm

A year after Tom Brady left New England, it looks like the Patriots are back to being one of the best teams in the league. Unfortunately, the Patriots vs Falcons was a one-sided affair, with the Atlanta Falcons at the receiving end of a thrashing. The game ended 25-0.

New kid on the block quarterback Mac Jones tossed the main hostile score of the game in the principal quarter while the Patriots’ guard choked Matt Ryan and the Falcons.

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Sportsbook Recap of Patriots vs Falcons Thursday Night Football TrashingAtlanta quarterback Ryan was sacked multiple times and caught twice, and in the wake of being pulled from the game late with the lead unassailable, the Patriots guard captured reinforcement’s Josh Rosen and Feleipe Franks once each.

After the game, which was the Patriots’ fifth-consecutive triumph, Jones lauded the entire group’s performance.

According to pay per head sportsbook reports, the success proceeds with the noteworthy beginning of Jones’ NFL career.

After the team drafted him this year, Jones developed each week. In Thursday’s triumph, he became the third quarterback in NFL history to win his first five starts. Also, the others are Dak Prescott and Ben Roethlisberger.

According to sports news reports, Jones was one of five quarterbacks drafted in an interesting harvest of sign guests in 2021. While his Patriots are 7-4 this season, the consolidated rest record is 5-24 entering Week 11.

It was the first time Atlanta was scoreless at at home since Los Angeles Rams defeated them 33-0 in 1998.

The success brings the Patriots nearer and nearer to the highest point of the AFC standings as they plan to meet all requirements for the end of the season games, while the Falcons tumble to 4-6 after their subsequent straight lowering misfortune.

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