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New England Patriots’ Rhamondre Stevenson Rumbles For 64-yard TD Against Washington Commanders


In the second quarter of Sunday’s game against the Washington Commanders, running back Rhamondre Stevenson of the New England Patriots produced a huge play for an offense that hasn’t had many big ones lately.

With 6:06 left in the first half, he helped the Patriots take a 14-10 lead with a 64-yard touchdown run.

the middle The first hole was created by right guard Sidy Sow and David Andrews. Stevenson then forced safety, Percy Butler, to miss before turning up the field. Running into the end zone, wide receiver Jalen Reagor remained locked on Stevenson’s block, preventing him from being touched.

The Patriots’ dearth of big plays has been a major factor in their 31st-place NFL point average going into the day.

When the team trailed 10-0 on Sunday, it appeared as though things would stay the same. At one point, quarterback Mac Jones was yelling at teammates following a three-and-out. However, the game’s dynamic was altered by a forced fumble by linebacker Jahlani Tavai. Three plays later, before Stevenson’s huge touchdown run, the Patriots scored their first touchdown thanks to a 14-yard pass from tight end Hunter Henry to Jones.

The Patriots’ longest rushing touchdown since Damien Harris’ 64-yard run against the Bills on December 6, 2021, came from Stevenson’s 64-yard jaunt.

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