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  1. PATRIOT64

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    Anyone have the answer here?

    I looked back quite a few years since Sunday night games were introduced into the schedule and found that when NE played a Monday night followed by a sunday night in the following week (or vice versa) they have NEVER lost both games.

    Is this correct..anyone?
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    if u are correct.....




    i hope the streak lives on...
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    They have not have to play that too to often.. But in the Bledsoe years, they were usually not ready for prime time players

    95 37-3 lost to Denver, but did beat Buffalo on MNF

    96 - No mnf games, but did play 2 sunday games beat buffalo on a mcginnist int, and clubbed the Chargers in san diego

    97 - Ugly prime time yr- lost to Denver and Green bay, but did beat miami and the jets in the classic Tuna Bowl game

    98- Lost to Denver and the Jets, but beat Miami on the Bledsoe to jefferson td pass.

    99 - Beat the Giants on sun nite fb and also beat Dallas on snf- But lost to the jets as usual on mnf..

    00- lost to the jets at the medowlands and beat the chiefs...

    Now as you know they were not back to back games, but then along came a man name Brady and things changed.. So I fell good about the game tom nite
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    In 02, the Pats lost at Tennessee on Monday night and then to the Jets on Sunday night (which basically lost the division). I think those were in succession.
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    Just checked Joepats and you are correct,I missed those two prime time games as I thought the Jets were sunday afternoon but no, it was at night

    GOOD JOB

    Just hope that 2002 prime time debacle does not recur tomorrow night
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    lol, karma is something is'nt it.:)
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    Very right joe
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    There was a time in the 1970s or early 80s when we had a simply gawdawful record on MNF. One of the stats geeks here probably can look it up, but I am sure we had at one point lost at least 9 or 10 in a row on MNF. And since those were the only prime time games on in those days, I guess that would qualify as losing 2 prime time games in a row, and then some, and then some.
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