Foxboro, Massachusetts-Camp Newton had positive results for most of his first year with the New England Patriots, but after another frustrating performance, his blowout at Buffalo Bills The loss was pulled midway through the third quarter.
Newton was asked about a picture broadcast on ESPN’s Monday football evening. The picture showed that he woke up at 4:20 in the morning, left home at 4:30 in the morning, and did not retire until 11:30 in the evening.
“This is the timetable for 90% of my time here, so you can understand my frustration when I have no results, because I have paid a lot for it. You are with someone who has not seen a child for three months. “Newton said.
“Obviously, the contract is it. I have been succumbing to this team since day one. Accessibility. Yes, it̵
Newton is signing a one-year agreement with him with a minimum base salary of $1.05 million. The contract includes incentives and bonuses, which will eventually increase the value of the contract by approximately $2.6 million.
In the game against Bill on Monday night, he completed a 34-yard game with 10 scores and 5 goals, and added 4 24 yards games, including a 9-yard faceoff.
With 21 minutes left in the third quarter, coach Bill Belichick pulled him down with a time of 8 minutes and 21 seconds, and Bill led 31-9.
Speaking of the decision to switch to second-year quarterback Jarrett Stedham, Bericick said: “Cam did a great job to us. It’s not a problem.” “We are not very competitive in the game. “
To be fair, in the first game of the game Newton gave up, he gave wide receiver Damiere Byrd a perfect low-court strike. The play emphasizes how the Patriots’ problems surpass Newton himself, because their expansion and tightness are the least efficient in the NFL this season.
But Newton admits that he can also play better.
He said: “Knowing your abilities and having confidence in yourself is very frustrating. It’s just when it’s most important and it doesn’t show it.”
Belichick said he has not yet decided on Sunday’s quarterback plan for the visiting New York Jets.
Regarding Berichik’s support on this point, Newton said: “This feeling is mutual. I will continue to improve every week, and in the past week I will adapt as much as possible to this offense. Let’s see What can it bring me.”
But his frustration was obvious on Monday night.
“This makes you very angry, knowing that to be a trustworthy teammate, you must first obey authority and obey what the coach asks you to do. I think I have done it. I can’t blame me. He said: “Now more or more Less venting because, yes, I have paid a lot for this this year. “
“I mean, when you have an outing tonight, but you just want to go home, and then another whole week, it will be very painful.”