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Deatrich Wise Jr.

Deatrich Wise Jr.

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Height/Weight: 6' 5"/275 lbs
Born: Carrollton, Texas
College: Arkansas
Draft: 2017 4th round (25th pick) by the
  • Sports Illustrated New England Patriots News, Analysis and More

    New England Patriots Wild Card Weekend Snap Counts: Interpretations and Implications

    Here is a look at the Patriots offensive and defensive snap counts from Saturday’s matchup, along with some possible insight on New England’s future game-planning. Offensive Snaps On offense, the Pats snap count was 63 versus the Bills on Saturday night. After once again falling behind early, New England was forced to heavily rely on the passing game, and Saturday’s offensive snap counts bear that out.

  • Associated Press

    NFL Today, Wild-Card Weekend

    Los Angeles quarterback Matthew Stafford is looking to win his first playoff game after three losses during his 12 previous seasons with Detroit. It will be the second playoff game between the longtime opponents; Los Angeles defeated the St. Louis Cardinals in the 1975 postseason. — Josh Allen, Bills, set a franchise record by throwing five touchdown passes in Buffalo's 47-17 throttling of New England on Saturday night.

  • San Francisco Chronicle

    Boston Globe writer longs for Jimmy G to be back on Pats

    Many Pats fans were quick to dismiss the post as lazy, and perhaps this was something that Volin fired off on his phone with just a couple seconds of thought, but even if you disagree with the idea, perhaps you can understand why it came out at all. The NFL’s longstanding Evil Empire just finished its second Tom Brady-less season this century where the rival Buffalo Bills absolutely whooped them in the first round of the playoffs, 47-17.