Phillip Dorsett: We’ve got to flip the switch

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There’s been a lot of angst about the Patriots offense over the course of the season and last Sunday’s loss to the Dolphins didn’t do anything to alleviate concerns about the unit’s fitness for an extended postseason run.

That postseason run starts on Saturday and a down performance against the Titans could bring about the end of the team’s season. For wide receiver Phillip Dorsett, that means it is time for the team to stop pondering what’s gone wrong and turn the page for Saturday.

“We’ve got to be ready for it. Like I said, flip the switch,” Dorsett said, via the Providence Journal. “Honestly, at the end of the day, there’s a lot of teams packing up getting ready for their vacation. We still get to play football. We’ve got to ready for another game.”

One would think that the Patriots would have already flipped the switch if getting their offense going was that simple, but we’ll find out soon enough if there’s something new in store now that January has arrived.

9 responses to “Phillip Dorsett: We’ve got to flip the switch

  1. All they really need is a qb that isnt a game manager. Somebody that doesnt checkdown every other snap, and isnt afraid to take risks to make a play downfield. Seems like brady just trying to keep his job, padding stats.

  2. Mr. Dorsett how about just catching the dam ball. There have been lots of drops this season not just by you but other receiver too. That sounds like the switch that needs to be thrown.

  3. The bar is so high for the Pat’s 20 years of winning will do that! Any other team with a 12-4 record going to the playoffs as a 3 seed would be praised not the Pat’s it’s all salt and gloom and doom 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆

  4. “The bar is so high for the Pat’s 20 years of winning will do that! Any other team with a 12-4 record going to the playoffs as a 3 seed would be praised not the Pat’s it’s all salt and gloom and doom 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆”

    More among Pats fans than anyone else. Reading the ol’ internet, I can’t believe the meltdowns from some of the younger fans that they have to endure the indignity of wildcard weekend.

    Probably some tough adjustments ahead for that group. A lot of good players & coaches likely making their exodus this offseason. I’m guessing a pretty solid rebuild lies in the near future. Maybe even (gasp!) some years without the playoffs.

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