Jakobi Meyers was one of several players for the Las Vegas Raiders who earned a sweet victory over their former team the New England Patriots with a 21-17 win on Sunday.

The fifth-year pro caught five balls for 61 yards, including a touchdown in the second quarter from another former Patriot, Jimmy Garoppolo.

In the offseason, the Patriots made the decisive choice to sign JuJu Smith-Schuster to the same $33 million deal over three years that Meyers instead signed with the Raiders. On Monday, Meyers reflected on a win with a social media post that could be referencing the team that let him walk.

“Could’ve made it with him… I rather make it without though,” Meyers posted to Instagram on Monday.

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As the Patriots offense continues to struggle despite ending its touchdown drought, Meyers is showing what New England is missing and did so with a reminder on Sunday.

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Under former Patriots offensive coordinator in Las Vegas head coach Josh McDaniels, the Raiders advanced to 3-3 while New England dropped to a disastrous 1-5 on the season.

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