2020 Patriots Season:
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mosslost

Pro Bowl Player
At Rams, at Seattle who will be fighting to get into playoffs, and LAC at home who will be fighting for that division.

Out of those three they need to lose one. If they win all three of those it could be 16-0.

The Pats are in one of those 13-3, 14-2 modes/streaks. I honestly think we are more likely to (sadly) drop the game in Miami than the one at Pitt. (though we cannot afford to this year).

So I think we are going to go 14-2, tied with KC, and HFA.
 

HailHydra

Rotational Player and Threatening Starter's Job
KC is still scary as always. I don't think our defense is gonna be able to hold all those weapons to under 30 points, so hopefully our offense can show that it can put up 38+ if it needs to. We were close to doing that yesterday, but as of now, we're a bit off. It's a bit surprising that all the best teams in the league this year are all excellent offenses. Last year, the Jacksonville and Philadelphia defenses were turning heads, but there just doesn't seem to be a comparable unit this year.

And don't sleep on the other Los Angeles team!
 

Kdo5

Pro Bowl Player
HFA will be huge if we can get it. The Chiefs still play the Pats well on the road but I'm a lot more comfortable than a playoff game in Arrowhead.
 

tasmlab

Starting QB, won 20 SBs, number is retired
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Chief's last game of the season is vs. the Raiders, who may not even resemble a professional football team by that time. They'll be able to rest everybody and still get the W.
 

BobDigital

Pro Bowl Player
I don't see KC winning out with the D they have. It is just so trash. I know that no team with a great O has a D they can rely on game after game but KC has the worse D of the bunch.

The question is can the Patriots go undefeated for the rest of the year.

I think they have a chance. Getting the Vikings at home is huge. If that was away it be very tough to see how they win that. Steelers @ Pitt should be a tough game but it is hard to picture the Pats every losing to Pitt even on the road.

@Titans could be sneaky tough but the way we handled them last year makes it hard for me to believe we lose to them. After that it is just about holding down the AFCE. We need to be able to do it this year and should. No hiccups at Miami.
 

YOUGOTMOSSED

In the Starting Line-Up
I don't see KC winning out with the D they have. It is just so trash. I know that no team with a great O has a D they can rely on game after game but KC has the worse D of the bunch.

The question is can the Patriots go undefeated for the rest of the year.

I think they have a chance. Getting the Vikings at home is huge. If that was away it be very tough to see how they win that. Steelers @ Pitt should be a tough game but it is hard to picture the Pats every losing to Pitt even on the road.

@Titans could be sneaky tough but the way we handled them last year makes it hard for me to believe we lose to them. After that it is just about holding down the AFCE. We need to be able to do it this year and should. No hiccups at Miami.
The problem is we have @Steeler the week after @Miami. Back to back road games are notoriously difficult. I pretty much have that penciled in as an "L."
 

YOUGOTMOSSED

In the Starting Line-Up
KC is still scary as always. I don't think our defense is gonna be able to hold all those weapons to under 30 points, so hopefully our offense can show that it can put up 38+ if it needs to. We were close to doing that yesterday, but as of now, we're a bit off. It's a bit surprising that all the best teams in the league this year are all excellent offenses. Last year, the Jacksonville and Philadelphia defenses were turning heads, but there just doesn't seem to be a comparable unit this year.

And don't sleep on the other Los Angeles team!
Historically, the Chargers being a huge disappointment is the safest bet in professional sports.
 

Brady_to_Moss

28-3....
PatsFans.com Supporter
At Rams, at Seattle who will be fighting to get into playoffs, and LAC at home who will be fighting for that division.

Out of those three they need to lose one. If they win all three of those it could be 16-0.

The Pats are in one of those 13-3, 14-2 modes/streaks. I honestly think we are more likely to (sadly) drop the game in Miami than the one at Pitt. (though we cannot afford to this year).

So I think we are going to go 14-2, tied with KC, and HFA.
Seattle stinks...

Pats can't really afford to lose another one IMO. Chiefs will lose maybe 1 more..2 max
 

BradyFTW!

Goodell sucks
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I do think the Ravens match up well with the Chiefs, although I don't expect that upset since the game is in KC. I expect the Chiefs have 2 more losses somewhere in their schedule, so the Pats should be able to get the 1 seed at 13-3.
 

PATSYLICIOUS

Pro Bowl Player
Im too lazy to look up the chiefs playoff record at arrowhead over the last 20 /25 years but pretty sure it’s awful. Strange for a place that is such a notoriously tough place to play.

Edit: 0-6 at arrowhead since 1995
 
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PatriotsReign

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At Rams, at Seattle who will be fighting to get into playoffs, and LAC at home who will be fighting for that division.

Out of those three they need to lose one. If they win all three of those it could be 16-0.

The Pats are in one of those 13-3, 14-2 modes/streaks. I honestly think we are more likely to (sadly) drop the game in Miami than the one at Pitt. (though we cannot afford to this year).

So I think we are going to go 14-2, tied with KC, and HFA.
I think we need to hope KC loses 2-3 more games because I highly doubt the Patriots are going to run the table
 
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