Beginning on the road, the team will travel to Pittsburgh, Tampa Bay, New Orleans, Oakland, and Denver to go along with the standard divisional games in Buffalo, Miami and New Jersey versus the Jets.
It remains unclear where the Patriots will play the Oakland Raiders as that matchup is reportedly a part of the NFL International Series lineup in Mexico City but no formal announcement has been made by the league.
For the home schedule at Gillette Stadium, the Patriots will face Houston, Carolina, Atlanta, San Diego and Kansas City with the remaining three games against the aforementioned AFC East rivals.
According to the press release, specific details on the times and dates will be announced in “mid to late April, prior to the NFL draft.”
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