Offense Patriots keep pace with Vikings at halftime

It didn’t take the New England Patriots long to realize they had to find a Plan B Thanksgiving night in Minneapolis. A defense that dominated the last two games was destroyed early by the Minnesota Vikings, putting the game in the hands of an offense that had struggled all season.

So far, so good.

While the Vikings produced more points and yards in the first half than the Pats’ defense allowed in their previous two games, Mac Jones led four scoring possessions as New England tied the game at halftime. It was 16-16, despite New England allowing six catches and 94 yards in the first two quarters.

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