Dan Orlovsky Rightfully Shreds Patriots O-Line After Rough Performance

'Disconnected, lacking the details'


Aug 27, 2022

Dan Orlovsky probably feels vindicated by the preseason performance of the Patriots.

The NFL quarterback-turned-talking head has been critical of New England all offseason, specifically taking issue with Bill Belichick allowing Matt Patricia and Joe Judge to have influence over the offense. Orlovsky has sounded the alarm over how the changes could negatively impact sophomore quarterback Mac Jones and cause disarray on the offensive line.

Well, what the Patriots did Friday night against the Las Vegas Raiders only has Orlovksy more concerned.

New England’s first-team offense largely was a disaster, with Jones not looking like himself and the O-line surrendering a preseason-high 13 QB pressures, per Pro Football Focus. It was ugly.

Orlovsky on Saturday morning shared a video in which he rightfully shredded the Patriots offensive line.

Take a look:

It’s hard to argue with anything that Orlovsky said in that video.

The Patriots now have two weeks to correct the many issues currently plaguing the offense. New England will kick off its regular-season schedule on Sunday, Sept. 11, when it visits the Miami Dolphins for a Week 1 AFC East showdown.

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