The Patriots got some bad news on QB Mac Jones, who sustained a pretty bad high-ankle sprain in Week 3’s loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Jones has been ruled out for Week 4 vs. the Packers, so the team will turn to veteran Brian Hoyer under center. That could mean New England leans heavily on the run game with Rhamondre Stevenson and Damien Harris. The two combined for over 100 yards rushing and two TDs in the loss to Baltimore.
The Packers pulled off an ugly win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday in Week 3. It took a huge stop on a two-point conversion at the end of the game to avoid going to OT in a 14-12 win. Green Bay’s defense has played well over the past two weeks, allowing a total of 22 points. The issue is on offense, where the team ranks 12th in yards but 27th in points per game (16.0).
Patriots vs. Packers
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