Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by Joey007, Jan 3, 2019.
Say what you will, but we’ve shown up against the best competition. Hopefully that trend continues.
I’d call that encouraging.
So Ravens beat Chargers and who else? Chiefs? If so, it'll be tough back to back games for Ravens against Chargers and Chiefs (assuming Texans beat Colts).
Ravens beat Chargers and that’s it. Lost to Chiefs and Saints
You're right. I meant to ask about losses. Not wins. Thanks ! I thought they lost to Chargers and Chiefs. Forgot about their loss to Saints.
Putting up 38 in Chicago with no holding penalties was a testament to how good this oline is
Can’t believe the Chiefs are 2-4...
A Bears defense with a severely weakened Mack hardly counts.
You can make excuses for every win vs the playoff teams if you try hard enough.
What does it say that all of their losses came from good teams and all of the Pat's losses this year were to mid-to-bad teams? Not sure.
The only one I'm concerned with is the fact that one of them was on the road and the other three were at home. Hopefully the Chiefs get bounced in the divisional round after yet another Andy Reid brainfart and we get home field throughout.
Chiefs were missing Justin Houston when we played 'em. It is what it is.
That would be perfect for us. Hopefully that happens and we can take care of business.
Someone should do the same study against team who didn't make the playoffs....
And Eric Berry..
And we lost Sony Michel in the 1st quarter.
Not that the two are comparable. But we weren’t in our best health that day either.
They were also missing Eric Murray and Eric Berry, their two top safeties. We were missing JC Jackson, Grissom, and Malcolm Brown.
Are there any Patriots on the DL?
And offensively had Kareem Hunt.
They got worse after they lost to Pats. Teams figured out how to slow them down, a little, and how to score against them
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