Score of The Patriots Football Game – Against Falcons Was 23-7

The score of the Patriots football game against the Atlanta Falcons was twenty three to seven. New England dominated this National Football League game from the beginning. This was a rematch of Super Bowl fifty one, which also was won by The New England Patriots.

I watched most of this game and was not a very entertaining game in my dogmatic subjective perspective. I felt there was one controversial call in the first half. A subsequent interception in the end zone by the Atlanta Falcons was reversed after a roughing the passer penalty.

New England went on to score a touchdown. If that interception was allowed perhaps that would have a game changer. The New England Patriots created a seventeen to nothing lead at halftime and cruised to their fifth win with two losses.

The Atlanta Falcons have three wins and three losses now. The New England Patriots finally held an opposing quarterback to less than three hundred yards passing. You see New England allowed six straight opposing quarterbacks to throw for three hundred or more yards.

That set a new National Football League record. Amazingly enough New England won four of those games. Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan threw for two hundred thirty three yards and one touchdown.

Tom Brady threw for two hundred forty nine yards and two touchdowns. Neither quarterback committed any turnovers. Tom Brady recovered his own fumble.

New England controlled this game from start to finish. Atlanta did NOT score any points until a late touchdown with just a little over four minutes left in the game. By then this game was over without some miraculous plays.

New England is in first place in the American Football Conference east division. The Atlanta Falcons slip to third place in the National Footbal League soth division. This game was played in a dense fog.

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