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The Patriots head back out on the road on Sunday when they travel to Cleveland to take on the Browns at 1 p.m. Tom Brady is back this week for the Patriots.
By this time tomorrow, the suspensions for both Tom Brady and Rob Ninkovich will be over… “what a long, strange trip it’s been.”
The New England Patriots will attempt to accomplish what seemed impossible back on July 15. The Pats will go for their fourth straight victory without Tom Brady Sunday afternoon in Foxboro against the Buffalo Bills. This would be an exquisite piece of retribution for Pats fans coveting another piece of revenge against 345 Park Avenue for their botched sting.
Playing their divisional rival Buffalo always has a special feel to it, even more so these last two years with Rex Ryan at the helm.
What is not a surprise is that the New England Patriots are the week’s largest favorite. The Pats are giving away ten and a half points even though they are on the road, albeit at Cleveland.
The Patriots will welcome back both QB Tom Brady and DE Rob Ninkovich on Monday. Two of the current members of the roster will have to be cut to make room
The Patriots return to Foxboro for the final tilt of their three-game home stand where they will take on Rex Ryan’s Buffalo Bills on Sunday at 1 p.m.
The NFL Week 4 schedule brings us two firsts of the season. Sunday morning CBS will broadcast the first of three games being played in England this season, and it also marks the first byes. The Jaguars will play in London for the fourth consecutive year, and last year they extended their agreement to play overseas through 2020. This will be the Jags’ first division game at Wembley Stadium. For the Indianapolis Colts this will be their first trip to the UK.
There are only a handful of venues that have posted a line on the Patriots-Bills game. CG Technology is the only Vegas parlor to publish odds on this game, listing the Pats as 4½ point favorites. Three offshore sites are split at either four or four and a half points.
ESPN’s Field Yates has reported that the Patriots are signing former Cleveland defensive tackle John Hughes.
Good morning, here are Sunday’s Patriots news 9-25, and AFC East Notes for this week.
It was very apparent the Patriots had done their homework and were extremely well prepared for the task of facing Houston on a short week.
The Patriots are 3-0 and one has to wonder how in the world doesn’t Bill Belichick ever get any consideration for Coach of the Year.
New England dominated in all four phases of the game, offense, defense, special teams and coaching in a 27-0 win on Thursday Night.
The Seahawks will have to travel across three time zones to play an early game, and that is never an easy task. While the Jet defense may not have shown much in the first two games, they have the talent to shut down a Seattle offense that has stumbled thus far with a completely revamped offensive line still searching for effective synergy.
The Patriots take the field in the second of a three-game home stand to face the Houston Texans on Thursday Night Football.
|TheAthletic - Sep 18th, 2021|
|Sports Illustrated - Sep 17th, 2021|