Patriots’ Trent Brown out vs. Jets

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The Patriots will be without their starting right tackle on Sunday.

Brown, who had previously been listed as questionable with a calf injury, was ruled out for tomorrow’s game against the Jets, the Patriots announced today.

The Patriots will likely start either Yasir Durant or Justin Herron at right tackle to take Brown’s place.

With protecting rookie quarterback Mac Jones a high priority, the Patriots would love to have their offensive line at 100 percent. Brown is a big loss.

29 responses to “Patriots’ Trent Brown out vs. Jets

  1. Trent Brown has considerable talent, but he’s constantly injured.
    He’s played 16 games only twice in six-plus seasons, hasn’t played a full campaign since 2018, and has appeared in a total of only 17 games since.
    Brown effectively stole money from the Raiders, and now he’s back in New England and has the Patriots on the hook.

  2. Trent Brown didn’t like the raiders coaching style which isnt an excuse for really doing a number on the raiders but he has repeatedly acknowledged how much he loves NE and is all in. Last time in NE he was a stud, and has been fantastic this year until this day to day injury. Unless he gets injured again, NE isnt on the hook yet.

  3. Raider fans are laughing their butts off right now. So glad they moved on from the fat, lazy bum.

  4. What to worry? Gronk started 6 games in 2016, and Pats still made playoff with #4 offense and made to SB and played 37 minutes in SB that exhausted Falcons defenders.

    Belichick would help his QB and WR by talking to his defenders on bench a lot. You know how he did it, don’t you?

  5. godnollid16 says:
    September 18, 2021 at 3:33 pm
    Trent Brown didn’t like the raiders coaching style which isnt an excuse for really doing a number on the raiders but he has repeatedly acknowledged how much he loves NE and is all in. Last time in NE he was a stud, and has been fantastic this year until this day to day injury. Unless he gets injured again, NE isnt on the hook yet.
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    He’s been fantastic in what way? Seven offensive snaps in week one and is going to miss week two.

  6. It makes no sense to push an injury to any player this early in the season.

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    WTH? You don’t think the game against Jets is a must-win for Pats?

  7. No. It’s not a must win. They want to win this one but it’s not a must win. How the he$$ can game 2 of the season possibly be a must win?

  8. His calf bothered him last year and caused him to miss games for the Raiders. He’s lazy. He had an entire off-season to lose weight and rehab the calf and he couldn’t even play 10 snaps before he has the SAME injury? I call BS. He’s immature and has a terrible work ethic.

  9. oiler1980 says:
    No. It’s not a must win. They want to win this one but it’s not a must win. How the he$$ can game 2 of the season possibly be a must win?
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    Technically, you’re correct. It’s not a MUST win.
    However, this site and others have posted articles this week detailing the low odds of teams that start 0-2 making the playoffs, and the very dismal odds of them even reaching, let alone winning the Super Bowl.
    New England in fact did just that in 2001, not only reaching but winning the Super Bowl. However, an relatively unknown Tom Brady isn’t riding in to the save the day for the Pats as he did in 2001.
    Truth is, New England really can’t afford to stumble in this one.

  10. This is must win for the Pats. Next up is the Saints. Then the Bucs.

    0-4 is a real possibility to start the season.

    Only one team since the merger has made the playoffs starting 0-4. 50 years. Going 0-4 most likely means the season is done.

  11. Their last 8 games also include:

    Cleveland
    Tennessee
    Buffalo TWICE
    @ Indy
    @ Miami

    0-4 means the season is over and it could get real ugly in new England.

  12. oiler1980 says:
    September 18, 2021 at 5:37 pm

    No. It’s not a must win. They want to win this one but it’s not a must win. How the he$$ can game 2 of the season possibly be a must win?

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    This is what happens when an entire generation is spoiled with the success of Tom Brady.

    Making the playoffs usually comes down to a 1 game difference 10-6 v 9-7

    If the Patriots start off 0-2.. they could very well be cooked

  13. cochino says:
    September 18, 2021 at 3:25 pm
    Ogbah started to work him late in that Miami game.

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    How? He was not on the field late in the game or even early any time past the first series.

  14. It’s been 20 years since the Patriots started a season 0-2. They won the super bowl that year (2001),

  15. uptheirons80 says:
    September 18, 2021 at 3:38 pm
    Raider fans are laughing their butts off right now. So glad they moved on from the fat, lazy bum.

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    Well, as Raiders fans, you have very little else to be glad about. SO enjoy.

  16. uptheirons80 says:
    September 18, 2021 at 3:38 pm
    Raider fans are laughing their butts off right now. So glad they moved on from the fat, lazy bum.
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    Quite understandably too. When you are a Raiders fan you need to snatch at glory any place you possibly can.

  17. If the Pats go 0-2 after missing the playoff last year, and Brady starts 2-0 after winning the Superbowl, Belechick should be on the hot seat.

  18. uptheirons80 says:
    September 18, 2021 at 3:38 pm
    Raider fans are laughing their butts off right now. So glad they moved on from the fat, lazy bum.

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    Meanwhile the Raiders are paying another mediocre, fat, lazy bum $10M a season to make faces in the sideline and pretend he is a head coach

  19. oiler1980 says:
    September 18, 2021 at 5:37 pm
    No. It’s not a must win. They want to win this one but it’s not a must win. How the he$$ can game 2 of the season possibly be a must win?

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    It’s a must win because the Patriots lost last week. 0-2 is hard to overcome without TB (as in Tom Brady).

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