Five bad things about the Commanders’ win over the New England Patriots within Week 9

Five bad things about the Commanders’ win over the New England Patriots within Week 9

The following list shows the Class 4A high school football final sites, times, and scores in the 2023 Texas High School Football Playoffs.

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Thursday, November 17, 2022, is the second day of the area rounds in the Texas high school football playoffs.

On Thursday night, there are more than 30 games. In the first round of the Class 6A Division II, Region II playoffs, Rockwall-Heath plays DeSoto.

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Week 11, the last week of the regular season, ended on Saturday. Now, bi-district game times or matches are being set for all UIL classifications.

The final brackets for the live tournaments will be made in waves, alongside SBLive will add new matches as districts send their certifications to the UIL.

The bi-district round is November 9–11, the area round is November 16–18, the regionals are November 23–25, and the state quarterfinals are Nov. 30–Dec. 2.

These games set up state title week, which includes the semifinals and finals at AT&T Stadium within Arlington from Dec. 7–9.

Vista Ridge is now the No. 2 seed in the Class 6A-Division II playoffs after their win. They will play Dripping Springs next week in a game between teams from the same district.

The Vipers are put in 6A-Division I, where they will play Lake Travis. This is because Vista Ridge has fewer students than Vandegrift.

With a 31-0 victory over Cedar Ridge, McNeil made the playoffs for the first time in 19 years.

Next week, they’ll play Bowie during the bi-district round. Round Rock will take on Westlake in a game between two 6A Division I schools.

Even though they didn’t have Chase Young as well as Montez Sweat, they were better. Even though they gave up some bad big plays, they were better. Even though they gave up three sacks and five stops for loss, they were still better.

Even though they missed a strange deep pass on third down to wide receiver Dyami Brown with only six yards to go, they were still better.

On slants, the New England Patriots gained three first downs in a row. Benjamin St. Juste had a tough time covering Demario Douglas on one play.

On the next one, Stevenson beat Jamin Davis easily. It was Hunter Henry who beat Kamren Curl for third place.

Later, the Washington Commanders’ back seven succeeded in making some plays on slants, but they had trouble with them the whole game. The main reason for this is that the team’s defenders can’t cover in space.

With ease, the Washington Commanders came into Foxborough and beat the Patriots 20–17. This could have been the worst game of the season.

Fans weren’t able to hide beneath the reasons of a tough schedule or the “blame game” when injuries happened during the season.

But after their loss to the Commanders on Sunday, this New England squad can’t hide the fact that they’re bad in every way.

The Commanders’ player Sam Howell was sprinting around and throwing like Patrick Mahomes was on the field, and the defenders couldn’t make any tackles.

Because defender Mack Wilson Sr. made a shockingly bad offside call late in the fourth quarter, the Commanders got the ball back. Special teams wasn’t very good either.

On offense, Patriots QB Mac Jones looked as shaky as he has been all season. On some plays, it looked like he had a good handle on the offense, but then he threw the ball into tight coverage or let the defense catch a supposed throwaway pass.

Jones and the Patriots’ offense were shown to be one of the worst in the league by the Commanders’ defense, even without their two best pass rushers, Montez Sweat and Chase Young.