The New England Patriots have started their week 11 game versus the Oakland Raiders well: The team won the coin toss, deferred to the second half and after the defense forced a punt sent the offense onto the field. And the unit went straight to work on a 15-play, 87-yard drive that took more than seven minutes off the clock and ended with a score.
Quarterback Tom Brady connected with running back Dion Lewis to give the designated visitors a 7-0 lead:
The pass was Brady's ninth completion on the opening series – on nine attempts. New England started the game with a no-huddle attack and quickly moved the football down the field with Lewis' impressive touchdown being the final play; one that reminds of Lewis' 2015 breakout season.