The Patriots have vastly improved their red zone offense
Nicole Yang of the Boston Globe wrote: Through the opening two weeks of the season, the Patriots ranked dead-last in the NFL in red zone touchdown percentage. They connected on just two of their first seven opportunities for a conversion rate of 28.6 percent. Their last three weeks, though? The Patriots have scored a touchdown on nine of their 13 red zone trips for a conversion rate of 69.2 percent. On the season, the Patriots have converted 54.8 percent of their red zone trips for a touchdown, which is tied for 23rd in the league. The distribution is pretty evenly split: nine rushing scores, eight passing.
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