Drew Brees admires this particular aspect of the Patriots offense

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Another week, another game plan for the New England Patriots. The versatility that the organization brings each week is something that has caught the attention of many.

Speaking on Football Night in America Sunday, Drew Brees talked about New England’s ability to adapt for each opponent. A good example of this would be New England’s game plan against the Los Angeles Chargers. Mac Jones struggled for most of the first half, which forced the Patriots to run the football.

In the second half, things begin to open up for Jones, he would throw for 217 yards on the day, despite his early-game struggles. The ability to adapt each and every week, as well as in-game is something Brees is impressed with.

“That’s what I love about them, probably more so than any team: You talk about being so game-plan specific on both sides of the ball, offense and defense,” Brees said Sunday on NBC’s “Football Night in America, via NESN.com’s Adam London. “Some teams just go out there and, ‘Hey, we’re gonna run what we run.’ But truly each and every week, on offense and defense, they’re gonna have something specific to win that game. You’ve watched it display these last four weeks.”

With New England getting ready to face the Atlanta Falcons Thursday, it will be intriguing to see what the game plan will look like for Thursday.

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