The Patriots’ shutout victory over the Falcons has sparked a flurry of reactions on Twitter.
The Atlanta Falcons are now owned by the New England Patriots.
With a 25-0 win over the Falcons on the road in Week 11 Thursday Night Football, the Patriots extended their winning streak to five games.
The defense was incredible, intercepting three different Falcons quarterbacks for a total of four times.
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On their way to a lopsided victory, the Patriots sacked Matt Ryan four times.
Many people were reminded of the Patriots’ historic comeback from a 28-3 deficit to win Super Bowl LI against the Falcons.
The Patriots also scored 25 consecutive points in that game, forcing overtime, which they won 34-28.
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Reactions to the Patriots’ Win on Twitter
NFL Network’s Adam Rank couldn’t resist connecting the Week 11 score to the infamous Super Bowl LI result.
What is the result of 28 minus 3?
The margin of victory for the Patriots tonight.
Bill Belichick has done it before.
November 19, 2021, — Adam Rank (@adamrank)
The Pat McAfee Show’s Boston Connor chastised himself for believing the Falcons, who have scored a total of three points in the last two weeks, would score ten against New England.
Before leaving the office today, I told you to take a 31-10 correct score.
I was naive to believe that the Falcons could score 10 points against Bill Belichick’s defense.
November 19, 2021, — Boston Connor (@BostonConnr)
The number of times a Belichick defense has shut an opponent out is calculated by Sportsnet Stats.
Bill Belichick’s 13th shutout as Patriots head coach and his 21st career shutout as a head coach or defensive coordinator in the NFL pic.twitter.comgvO7gMbKfx
19 November 2021 — Sportsnet Stats (@SNstats)
George Wrighster III is willing to credit Belichick after Tom Brady’s departure.
So, even without Tom Brady, Bill Belichick may know what he’s doing. pic.twitter.com8xDQTUhjSt
November 19, 2021 — George Wrighster III (@georgewrighster)
The impressive numbers shared by USA Today’s Neal Coolong show how accurate Patriots rookie quarterback Mac Jones has been recently.
Mac Jones has completed 53 of his last 67 passes (79.1%) for 544 yards (8.1 ypa) over the last three games for the (hashtag)Patriots.
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