“I was one of the primary football players to get it, and I’m here like, ‘Man, how could I get it? Where did it come from?’ And everyone’s in this frenzy mode as we actually ought to be,” said Newton of COVID-19. “Be that as it may, yet through everything, it coincidentally fasted. At the point when I returned, it was something that that is the place where the absence of an offseason, the absence of time truly being put resources into the framework sort of showed itself.
“When I returned, I didn’t feel good actually, handily. A great deal of that inconvenience came pre-snap. I’m lost. I’m thinking excessively. … The offense continued onward, and I was halted and stale for about fourteen days. When I returned, it was new wording. … I wasn’t simply attempting to gain proficiency with a framework for what it was, I was learning a, let’s face it, 20-year framework in two months.”
Newton got going the season averaging 238 passing yards for each game, with two scores passes, two block attempts and four surging scores as the Pats went 2-1 in the initial three rounds of the period before the QB’s positive COVID-19 test. The initial string included 397 yards passing in a misfortune at Seattle.
From that point, Newton arrived at the midpoint of simply 161.9 passing yards in his last 12 beginnings of the period with six TDs and eight INTs as the Pats completed 7-9 and out of the postseason.
“They tossed everything at me, yet I wouldn’t have needed it some other way,” Newton said. “Toward the day’s end, at times you need to experience things in that sort of way to cause you to understand that you can’t skip measures. … I’d be the principal individual to disclose to you that I required time.”