Rich Eisen has a message for all the Patriots doubters out there.
Since starting their run back in Week 7, New England hasn’t looked back. Bill Belichick’s team has won six straight with their eyes on number seven on Monday night in Buffalo.
Rich Eisen is very, very high on the Patriots, and he seemingly can't understand why anyone wouldn't be:https://t.co/G9zpVKYzWP
— NESN (@NESN) December 1, 2021
On Monday’s show, Eisen explained how impressive New England’s winning streak is.
“Over their five-game winning streak, they led the league in points per game and have led the league in (fewest) points allowed per game,” Eisen said.
“So they were winning games on average of 35-10, because they’ve averaged 35 points per game in the five-game win streak, and then allowed only 10 points per game in the five-game win streak.”
“That’s the Belichick way of playing, and that’s the Belichick-championship way of playing, and that’s the way these Patriots are playing football right now,” Eisen concluded.
“I’m telling you, folks. It’s staring you right in the face,” the self-titled radio show host hammered home. “If you don’t believe it, you need to.”
Bill Belichick and the Patriots are 8-4. Tom Brady and the Buccaneers are 8-3. Turns out, both guys are really, really good.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) November 28, 2021
The Patriots have been highly impressive since their 2-4 start to begin the season. With each passing week, the 2021 Patriots mirror the 2001 team that shocked the NFL world and won the Super Bowl.
The defense is smart and suffocating. The offense has an efficient run game. And a young QB is distributing the ball just right and limiting mistakes.
We’ll see just how far these Pats can take it starting Monday.