“I’m Sorry!” Ex-Cowboys Ezekiel Elliott Discusses the “guilt” of the New England Patriots Before the Pittsburgh Steelers play in the “TNF” The offense of the New England Patriots, who are expected to start Ezekiel Elliott against the Pittsburgh Steelers on “Thursday Night Football,” has a poor track record.And the reason this is all so wasteful under the famous coach Bill Belichick is that the Pats defense is actually playing at a very high level of competition.
Elliott, a former star of the Dallas Cowboys, expressed his sympathy for the defense. “Week after week, they’ve been playing such excellent defense. We really need to figure out how to assist them and increase our offensive production.The offense of New England has scored six, seven, and zero points in its last three games. Consequently, the Patriots enter “TNF” with a 2-10 record (the Steelers have a 7-5) and Belichick may be a lame duck in Foxboro.