N’Keal Harry absolutely bullied the Browns as a blocker, and the Patriots were impressed

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New England Patriots wide receiver N’Keal Harry caught one pass for 30 yards on Sunday. However, he made several key plays that did not go unnoticed by his teammate.

Harry played a key role as a blocker, using every bit of his six-foot-four, 225-pound frame to set up plays for his teammates. He played a vital role on an end-around play that was taken by Kendrick Bourne for 17 yards. He also managed to clear space for running back Rhamondre Stevenson to dash into the end zone for a touchdown.

Bourne had a productive day, catching four passes for 68 yards and a touchdown. He showed his dual-threat abilities, running the ball for chunks of yardage.

“N’Keal Harry, man. Shoutout to him,” Bourne said after the game, via NESN.com’s Zach Cox. “He made a lot of tremendous blocks today, getting the edge started. On a couple of those runs, he helped me get the edge, and it looked really good out there.”

As Harry looks to carve his niche in the New England offense, strong blocking efforts could help him do so moving forward.

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