The Patriots started the 2022 preseason by losing their first game against the New York Giants 23-21. Definitely, it was not a win or a loss this time, but as the summer came, the exciting outstanding players shined on the court, a lot of debutants appeared in the game, and the debut of Tyquan Thornton scored his first goal, and Terrance Mitchell pushed toward fumble along with Mack Wilson’s newfound blistering speed for the defensive center. This is the highlight of the Patriots season, which officially begins in 2022!
With the exception of running backs like Cole Strange, the rookie, senior linebacker Mack Jones, Ja-Won Bentley, Davon Godchaux, and Lawrence Guy, few notable bigs have come out against the Giants on most starting offensive lines. Three repeated meetings.
With joint practice with the Raiders and Panthers fast coming up, there is set to be quite a bit of work to do for these key players in the coming weeks. But this evening, many young athletes had the opportunity to wet their feet in the NFL and take the debuting veterans, new veterans, and the first active play as a Patriot.
Patriots: Thornton Gets 2022’s First TD
After the Patriots’ training camp started, it stopped at the playground and followed the first title of the last area, moving well along the baseline of the last area and has easily consumed as 6 points. Despite being popular for high speed, Patriots’ Thornton features advancements in route nuances that help find open lanes in tight spaces.
The youngster only managed two wins, but it was enough to keep them on track. Further development remains to be seen in the approaching months and weeks.