组六复式是什么意思:Three takeaways from Patriots' mind-numbing win over the Jets

Written By Alexis Mansanarez
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It's unlikely anyone thought this "Monday Night Football" game would be close.

It wasn't.

The Patriots started fast and coasted to a?33-0?rout of the Jets to remain undefeated?and drop New York?to a 1-5 record.

New England, off to its third-ever 7-0 start — the others coming in 2007 and 2015 — completed a season sweep of the Jets?and again didn't allow an offensive score — let alone any score.

Tom Brady was Tom Brady,?New England's defense played lights out and?Sam Darnold had a disappointing follow up after returning as the Jets quarterback a week ago.

Three takeaways from Patriots' win

What else can you say about Tom Brady?

At this point in his career, it's clockwork. Brady continuously defies the odds when he steps onto the field and comes away with easy wins as he did Monday.

He was near perfect, throwing one interception, but the veteran quarterback brushed it off and kept the offense rolling.

Brady finished 31-of-45 passing for 249 yards and one touchdown. He didn't lead a balanced attack, with 249 passing yards to 74 rushing, but he did look to running back Sony Michel for a bulk of the team's scores once they were deep?in the red zone.

Patriots' defense continues to dominate

We already know Brady is reliable under center, but New England's defense has turned a tide since coach Bill Belichick assumed the role as coordinator. The mastermind has helped put together the league's best defensive unit in nearly every category.?

The Patriots’ defense entered the game?with as many touchdowns (three) as they have allowed through six games. What's more? They are allowing 6.9 points per game.

It was an obvious mismatch against the lowly Jets on paper, but it was made more apparent come game time.

New England finished with six turnovers (four?interceptions, two fumbles).

It allowed just 154 total yards.

There's an argument that New England hasn't played anybody. A fact that will remain until the Patriots' matchup with the Ravens in two weeks, but practice makes perfect, right? If the defense continues to steamroll lesser offenses, it should be primed for another big performance against a tougher offense.

Sam Darnold's return came to a screeching halt

It was unfair of the football gods to have this matchup on the calendar at this time. No one?could have?foreseen Darnold coming down with mono but when he did return last week, he played well?

Darnold entered the Week 7 matchup with the Patriots off one?of the best performances of his young career. In the Jets' first win of the season, a 24-22 victory over the Cowboys, the second-year?signal caller finished with a 71.9% completion rate,?338 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.

It was a much different story this time around.

He opened the game with horrible decision making that led to an early pick and he never recovered.

Darnold finished 11-of-32 passing for 73 yards, no touchdowns and the four interceptions.