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We conclude Week 14 of the NFL season with the New England Patriots heading out west to take on the Arizona Cardinals.
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The Patriots offense hasn’t been playing well recently, scoring 10 points in two of their last three games, but we did see a glimpse of life against the Minnesota Vikings on Thanksgiving Day, where they scored 26 points.
This season, the Cardinals defense hasn’t been great, but they’ve been playing better recently, including allowing under 100 rushing yards per game over the last three weeks.
The Patriots have solid outside cornerbacks in Jonathan, Jack Jones, and some top-tier pass rushers with Deatrich Wise Jr., Josh Uche, and Matthew Judon—Judon is tied for the lead in sacks.
The Cardinals do have wide receiver Marquise Brown back. Still, suppose the Patriots can create pressure on quarterback Kyler Murray and throw off the rhythm of the passing game. In that case, critical portions of how this offense operates will be disrupted.
This should be a sludgy, low-scoring game.
As mentioned, the Cardinals defense has been better. The main contributor to the Patriots offense is more than likely to be running back Rhamondre Stevenson. The passing game for the Patriots is far from dependable.
As for the Cardinals, they do have Brown and Hopkins at receiver and the athleticism of Murray. However, the Patriots cornerbacks will be able to, at the very least, hang with Hopkins and Brown—they won’t shut them down, but they’ll prevent them from erupting.
Also, Murray will face a pass rush that should be able to make its way through this pretty average offensive line.
Stevenson is coming off yet another not-so-productive game total yardage-wise, but on the touches, he did get, and he did well with them.
Against the Bills and amid his team getting dismantled, Stevenson had 10 carries for 54 yards and six catches for 24 yards.
The Patriots offense is hard to peg outside of Stevenson. He’s seen no less than seven targets since Week 6.
Not only will he get plenty of carries, but he’ll get plenty of targets out of the backfield.
It’s safe to assume he’ll see 20+ touches, and as the road favorite, Stevenson should be the player to reap the benefits.
After graduating from the University of New Hampshire with a BA in Journalism, Richard Janvrin has been covering iGaming and sports betting since December 2018. Richard has covered betting at Bleacher Report, Gambling.com, The Game Day, Forbes, and more.More info on Richard Janvrin
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