The Patriots are back, and they’re looking like the best team in football.
With a win against the Falcons, they are now 3-0 heading into the bye week, while the Falcons have lost three of four.
The Falcons have allowed three touchdown passes to the Patriots, and have allowed a total of 13 rushing touchdowns, but the Patriots have allowed just two running touchdowns in those three games.
The Patriots defense has been outstanding, allowing just two rushing touchdowns to opposing quarterbacks and one to the running game, and also allowing just four rushing scores.
This was a game in which the Patriots defense forced two fumbles and forced three fumbles on the Falcons.
Atlanta has scored a touchdown on only one of its three turnovers.
The Falcons have also forced four fumbles, but have also given up just one touchdown on those plays.
Despite allowing three touchdowns to the Broncos, Atlanta has given up a total that ranks second-lowest in the NFL.
Atlanta has allowed a touchdown pass in every game, with six in a row.
On defense, Atlanta’s run defense has given the Patriots only 24 yards rushing on the season, and has allowed only three rushing scores, including two on the ground.
New England has allowed 12 sacks on the year, and eight sacks are the most by any team.
If you were wondering what kind of pressure the Patriots give up, here’s what we’re talking about.
No matter how you look at it, the Patriots’ pass rush is at a premium.
That’s the reason the Patriots are ranked third in pass defense DVOA, and ninth in sacks per game.
They have allowed 31 sacks in four games this season, including five sacks in Week 11.
They also allow a whopping 25 sacks in six games this year.
What’s happening with the Patriots pass rush?
When New England plays a team like the Falcons or Cardinals, the secondary can be as good as it gets.
The team is giving up just a combined 10.4 yards per pass attempt on the road, and 12.8 yards per attempt on New England’s road trips.
It’s no secret that Atlanta has a defense that has played well against them.
In Week 9, they surrendered two rushing scores and two rushing TDs to the Falcons in the opener.
In Weeks 10-12, they allowed just one rushing score to Atlanta, and one rushing touchdown to New England.
In Week 13, Atlanta allowed three rushing TDs and two passing touchdowns to New York.
Last week, Atlanta had to deal with the Seahawks in the Super Bowl, so that’s another reason why they gave up a ton of pressures.
The reason why the pressure is so high is that the Seahawks are playing some of the best football of their lives.
The pass rush has been good, and the Patriots were forced to give up sacks.
There are a lot of reasons why Atlanta is getting pressure, but it’s probably not a coincidence that they’re the only team in the league to give it up on a per play basis.
This is the Patriots offense: Matt Ryan (9:11 per carry) has thrown for 300 yards, three touchdowns, and two interceptions.
Julio Jones (9.8 per carry, 4 TDs) has rushed for 97 yards, one touchdown, and a touchdown.
Tom Brady (7:07 per carry and 5 TDs) had a touchdown against the Broncos and had a TD against the Ravens, so there’s some reason to think he’s still in the game.
The Panthers have been giving up a lot in the run game this season.
They have allowed 21 rushing touchdowns this season and have given up 14 rushing scores to opposing running backs.
Cam Newton (5.7 per carry with 2 TDs and 1 INT) has completed 60 percent of his passes for 1,857 yards, 16 touchdowns, six interceptions, and 19 rushes for 110 yards.
Running back Kelvin Benjamin (10.7 carries per game, 5 TDs, 1 INT, 7 rushes for 26 yards) has gained over 2,000 yards and eight touchdowns this year, while adding 10 receptions for 117 yards.
He has also added a pair of 100-yard rushing scores in the Falcons’ last two games.
As for the Falcons offensive line, they’re coming off of a great week where they gave Panthers tackle Matt Kalil and left guard Evan Dietrich-Smith nightmares.
Kalil has been a beast for the Panthers and Dietrichs been the best left tackle in the NFC.
Now the Falcons can look to the defensive line to keep the pressure on New Orleans.
They’ve given up 10 sacks and just two touchdowns on the run, and that was with a starting defensive end on the field.
The only defensive linemen that have allowed more than one sack in their last three games are defensive end Charles Johnson (three sacks) and cornerback Jalen Collins (two sacks).
The Patriots secondary has been the difference in games against the Panthers.
Defensive coordinator Bill Belichick has a