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    I expect that the Patriots will be in New Orleans for it! This team is just starting to feel its oats. This is a powerful team that can beat anyone depending on injuries.
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    I mentioned this in the Week 5 NFL Games thread, but since you brought it up I'll re-post it here.

    It seems strange that after next week the only games where the opposing crowd/venue might play a factor are the two division games at Miami and New Jersey. The game at Jacksonville will probably be 50-50 Pats/Jags fans, and the "away" game against the Rams in London should be pro-Pats.


    All NFL teams, including the Pats, do better at home than on the road. I think that the Pats playing three road games in four weeks was overlooked by many with the team's 2-2 start. Seattle is an extremely difficult place to go play and come away with a win - but regardless of the outcome next week the Pats are set up well after that for a long stretch of games.
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