The New England Patriots are scoring just over 26 points per game on average this season. But Tom Brady thinks the offense is capable of scoring more points than this.
Brady talked about the need to capitalize on scoring opportunities and eliminate the turnovers on his weekly interview with Kirk & Callahan on WEEI.
“Those turnovers, whether it is an interception, fumbled snap, I think that’s been something that we have to correct,” Brady told WEEI. “If you look back at the first five games we’re giving away too many scoring opportunities. That is limiting our points. I thought the other night we should have put 52 [points] out there, at least. Maybe more. When we play a team like Kansas City, we have to take advantage of every scoring opportunity because we know they are.”
The Patriots have nine turnovers in the first five games this season. They had 12 in the entire 2017 season. This season, Kansas City has six turnovers and they are averaging 35 points per game