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By: Ian Logue/PatsFans.com
April 03, 2003

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The NFL Announced the regular season schedule for all teams on Thursday, and New England will open the regular season by paying Drew Bledsoe and the Buffalo Bills a visit.

The Patriots will open the regular season on September 7th at Ralph Wilson Stadium in an AFC East Showdown with Bledsoe and company. They also have three nationally televised prime time appearances, with two Sunday night games against the New York Jets and Bill Parcells' Dallas Cowboys, along with a Monday night game in Denver.

Here a look at the rest of the 2003 Schedule for the New England Patriots:

Sun. Sep. 7 @ Buffalo 1:00 pm
Sun. Sep. 14 @ Philadelphia 4:15 pm
Sun. Sep. 21 vs. Jets (Foxboro) 1:00 pm
Sun. Sep. 28 @ Washington 1:00 pm
Sun. Oct. 5 vs. Tennessee (Foxboro) 1:00 pm
Sun. Oct. 12 vs. Giants (Foxboro) (FOX) 1:00 pm
Sun. Oct. 19 @ Miami 1:00 pm
Sun. Oct. 26 vs. Cleveland (Foxboro) 1:00 pm
Mon. Nov. 3 @ Denver (ABC) 9:00 pm
BYE WEEK
Sun. Nov. 16 vs. Dallas (Foxboro) (ESPN) 8:30 pm
Sun. Nov. 23 @ Houston 1:00 pm
Sun. Nov. 30 @ Indianapolis 1:00 pm
Sun. Dec. 7 vs. Miami (Foxboro) 4:15 pm
Sun. Dec. 14 vs. Jacksonville (Foxboro) 1:00 pm
Sat. Dec. 20 @ Jets (ESPN) 8:30 pm
Sat. Dec. 27 vs. Buffalo (Foxboro) (CBS) 1:30 pm

*All Times Eastern


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