NFL analyst listed Patriots concerns heading into 2022 season

Morning sports update

“They’re not going to be good.”

DeVante Parker and Mac Jones during a Patriots-Raiders preseason game. AP Photo/Ashley Landis

The Red Sox lost to the Rays 4-3 on Monday. Boston will face Tampa Bay again tonight at 6:40 p.m.

Also today, the Patriots travel to Miami to begin preparations for the regular season opener against the Dolphins on Sunday at 1 p.m.

Jeff Saturday on the Patriots: As the 2022 NFL regular season kickoff approaches, predictions from NFL pundits are starting to trickle in.

One of the most common refrains is Bill Belichick’s criticism of the Patriots.

Former NFL All-Pro offensive lineman Jeff Saturday, now an analyst, explained his concerns about the Patriots during an ESPN segment Tuesday morning.

Asked if New England will be “bad” in 2022, clarified on Saturday.

“They’re not going to be good. I don’t know if it’s bad,” Said Saturday. wrong.

“Who scares you on their offense?” asked on Saturday. “As good or as stingy as they can be in defense – they’ve always given up yards, they’ve been really good in the red zone, I don’t think that’s changing, they’ll make it hard to score – but who scares you? offensively?”

The list of potential problems doesn’t end there, by Saturday.

“We haven’t even figured out who’s calling the games, and how in sync are he and Mac Jones?” he added. “You look at that offensive line and they have a different running pattern, which I’m not a fan of. Why do you walk away from gap patterns and go [with] more areas. Everything you hear from their side concerns me.

Anecdotes: Who was the last American male tennis player to win the singles competition at a Grand Slam tournament?

(Answer below).

Hint: It happened in 2003.

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On this day: In 2013, the Red Sox rallied with a total of nine runs in the seventh and eighth innings to defeat the Yankees 12-8.

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Quiz Answer: Andy Roddick


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