FOXBOROUGH -- The New England Patriots seem to be playing with a lot more swagger on defense in their last six games than they did in their first four games. So what has changed since then? "I think you can't have swagger when you're giving up 30 points and you're giving up 400 to 500 yards," Patriots safety Devin McCourty said. "I think it's obviously a different level of confidence because you're playing well. The energy is going well.
The New England Patriots had plenty of reason to enjoy their time in Mexico City. After all, they jumped out to a 30-point lead over the Oakland Raiders before finishing with a 33-8 victory. But the trip to Mexico was about more than just the result of the game. It was a showcase for the NFL to fans Mexico, and it was a chance for the the fans in Mexico to showcase their passion to the NFL. The league has already determined it will play at least one game in Mexico each year through 2021.
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