Los Angeles Chargers hang tough, but fall to Patriots in Foxborough

Los Angeles Chargers hang tough, but fall to Patriots in Foxborough

Los Angeles Chargers hang tough, but fall to Patriots in Foxborough

New England Patriots wide receiver Chris Hogan was not able to finish their Week 8 victory against the Los Angles Chargers on the field. Coming into the game, New England had scored on 53.33 percent of their red zone visits in 2017, only 16th-best in the league. That seemed an impossible task a fortnight ago.

Hogan, who reeled in five receptions for 60 yards prior to leaving, suffered the injury as he was tackled to the ground late in the fourth quarter. It certainly seemed as though they could pull the upset as the Patriots came out a bit stagnant.

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Tom Brady once again threw for over 300 yards, but just one touchdown, and the running backs were heavily involved in the passing game. Cue the speculation music.

In the second quarter, Benjamin fielded a punt, but bobbled the ball as he caught it. After touching the punt at his own 11-yard line and scooping up the ball at the 8-yard line, Benjamin chose to run backwards to create some separation.

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A last-minute comeback attempt by the Chargers fell short deep in Patriots territory when Jonathan Jones intercepted a pass intended for Travis Benjamin. The bad news was highlighted by the field goal unit, where Stephen Gostkowski was 4-for-6, accounting for 12 of his team's 21 points on field goals, but also was responsible for two misses, his second and third of the year.

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