New England Patriots wide receiver Aaron Dobson believes that he has to improve his game against the New York Jets this time around.
New England Patriots wide receiver Aaron Dobson is eyeing an improvement against the New York Jets from the first game he played against them this season.
Dobson caught just three of the 10 passes thrown his way by quarterback Tom Brady but did score a touchdown, which proved to be crucial in his side's 13-10 win.
"I feel like we can definitely improve from what we did last time against the Jets," Dobson told the Boston Herald.
"A lot more weeks of experience under our belts, I feel like we're getting more comfortable in the system, so I definitely feel like we can succeed more this game."
The Patriots are 5-1 going into their week seven clash with the Jets.
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