Patriots Easily Down Jets, Continue Domination
New England has been utterly dominant on both sides of the ball
In case you missed it, the New England Patriots are kind of good at football.
The reigning Super Bowl champs took down the New York Jets 30-14 in Week 3, but that margin didn’t tell the whole story. New York scored two cheap touchdowns, one on a special teams fumble recovery and the other on a Jarrett Stidham interception return.
Yet again, New England’s defense was nearly perfect and the unit as a whole made history.
Since 2010, the Patriots are now 116-31 (.789) in the regular season and just surpassed the Indianapolis Colts (115 wins from 2000-2009) to set the NFL record for most wins in a decade.
They’ll look to continue their dominance next week against their fellow undefeated AFC East foe Buffalo Bills.