Stephon Gilmore and Pats Secondary Primary Concern in Stunning Loss – Five from Foxboro w/ Trags

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FOXBORO — The Patriots have an ongoing crisis in their defense.

Graham Gano, who missed an earlier extra point, connected on a 48-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Panthers over the Patriots, 33-30, Sunday at Gillette Stadium.

The second call of the game for illegal use of hands to the face on Stephon Gilmore kept a drive alive with just over two minutes left. The Patriots had appeared to stop Cam Newton with a sack by Deatrich Wise but the flag came out on Gilmore, giving the Panthers hope.

Newton finished 22-of-29 for 316 yards and three touchdowns while Tom Brady was 32-of-45 for 307 yards and two touchdowns for the Patriots, who fall to 2-2.
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4 thoughts on “Stephon Gilmore and Pats Secondary Primary Concern in Stunning Loss – Five from Foxboro w/ Trags

  1. The Pats D…These are the "take a knee, look at me" guys, whereas the Pats offense still follow the "do your job" mantra. How Kraft could tolerate any Patriot disrespecting the country is beyond disgusting. He should've‚Äč cut everyone who took a knee. I think some of these guys are taking a dive as a way of "resisting".

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