The New England Patriots will be entering Sunday’s divisional clash with the New York Jets healthier than they’ve been in weeks, especially on the offensive side of the ball.
Center David Andrews, running back Damien Harris and wide receiver DeVante Parker have all received the green light to play in the Week 11 tilt.
Andrews returning from the concussion he suffered due to a blindside hit against the Chicago Bears will be a huge boost to the Patriots’ struggling offensive line. The captain being back in the mix should improve the overall communication and effectiveness of the group when facing a scary Jets defense.
Meanwhile, Harris completes the nasty one-two punch with Rhamondre Stevenson in the offensive backfield, while Parker being on the field gives the Patriots back their best deep threat playmaker.
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The Patriots could continue to make some noise in the AFC East and perhaps even climb in the playoff rankings with a win over the Jets. However, a loss could prove devastating to their overall chances of clinching a postseason berth.