Robert Kraft Was Reportedly Not Happy With One New England Patriots Decision In Week 1


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To the surprise of just about nobody who has followed the New England Patriots through the offseason, their offense struggled in Week 1.

The team had some major questions about its coaching staff throughout the summer when they didn’t replace Josh McDaniels as the team’s offensive coordinator, instead option for a strange committee approach with Joe Judge and Matt Patricia running the offense.

It eventually was reported that Patricia would be the one calling the plays for the Pats this season, but his play calling in Week 1 led to only 7 points for the Patriots.

Over the course of the disappointing performance, there was one thing about the offense that stood out to some fans. Kendrick Bourne was nowhere to be found for much of the game.

It is now being reported that it’s because Bourne was in Patricia’s dog house this week.

Kendrick Bourne was reportedly in Matt Patricia’s dog house in Week 1

The decision bu the Patriots to limit Bourne’s usage in Week 1 seems to have been a decision that Robert Kraft wasn’t particularly happy with.

Luckily for Bourne, this means he should see plenty more playing time next week. The Patriots will just have to hope that helps them put together a better offensive performance against a stingy Steelers defense.

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