Greg Bedard of BostonSportsJournal.com joined Felger and Mazz on Tuesday, as he does every Tuesday during the football season, to discuss the latest with the New England Patriots following their 10-6 loss to the Indianapolis Colts across the pond in Germany on Sunday. Bedard gives his 3 up and 3 down from the loss for the Patriots!
Some notes from the game courtesy of NFL.com…
The Patriots loss to the Colts in Germany was their first loss in an International game. They had previously won two games in England and a game in Mexico.
Rookie wide receiver Demario Douglas led the Patriots in receiving yards in the loss with 84 reception yards on 6 catches. His longest reception was a 30 yard play.
Rhamondre Stevenson led all Patriots rushers in yards with 88 rushing yards in the loss. Stevenson also caught 3 passes for a total of 14 yards.
Mac Jones threw his 10th interception of the season in the loss. It was the 3rd consecutive game that he has thrown at least once interception and the 6th time in the last 7 games that he has been intercepted.
The Patriots ran 68 plays on offense in the loss. The Colts ran 54 plays on offense.
Since the game was considered a home game for the Patriots, the team has now fallen to 1-5 on the season at home. This is the 2nd time in 3 seasons that the Patriots have lost at least 5 games at home.
Davon Godchaux led all Patriots defenders with 8 total tackles in the game. Jahlani Tavai and Anfrenee Jennings each had 7 tackles in the loss for the Patriots.
Myles Bryant intercepted Colts quarterback Gardner Minshew in the 3rd quarter on Sunday. That was the 1st interception of the season for Bryant.
The Patriots enter their bye week at 2-8 in the season. They would currently possess the 3rd overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft.