Felger & Mazz: Did The Pats Somehow Take A Step Back?

November 12, 2012 1:52 PM
Felger & Mazz: Did The Pats Somehow Take A Step Back?
" Felger and Massarotti kicked off the week discussing the New England Patriots 37-31 win over the Buffalo Bills at Gillette on Sunday.

The defensive struggles continued for New England, who allowed the Bills to pick up 481 yards of total offense, and Ryan Fitzpatrick to throw for 337 yards. But Felger doesn’t think the secondary is their biggest concern anymore — it’s the defense as a whole.

“The more you watch it, the more you wonder if corner is their biggest issue? Their linebackers can’t cover, their safety play is really poor. Their cornerback play is poor but I don’t think that’s where you begin,” he said. “It was a really discouraging outing for the Patriots. Coming out of the bye, it’s not just an extra week to prepare for the Bills, it’s an extra week to get your house in order.

“I think that was the worst game they’ve played this year,” Felger said of the Patriots defense. “I don’t accept that they just aren’t good. No, they shouldn’t be this bad "

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