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The Patriots will methodically do what they need to do to win, while also minimizing opportunities for Houston to come away with an upset victory. Houston has had issues this season with their special teams coverage. That could set the Patriots up with a short field and a quick score. Once the Pats take a lead this Texan team is in trouble. Their offense does not have the talent to keep up with the Patriots.
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 Patriots take the field in the second of a three-game home stand to face the Houston Texans on Thursday Night Football.
The New England Patriots will play the Houston Texans on Thursday Night Football at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro. Kickoff is scheduled for 8:30 p.m.
The Patriots return to Foxboro just four days after their win over Miami. They’ll be taking on the 2-0 Houston Texans who have been impressive
Both Denver and Cincinnati lost Sunday afternoon and the Patriots’ win vaulted them right back to the top seed in the AFC at 11-2.
Brady has to go back to what the Patriots do best, move the chains and not take so many deep shots down the field with players that aren’t suited for that role.
Will Josh McDaniels stay patient enough to allow the running game to get going on Sunday night?
Hoyer on the year has completed 61.2 percent of his passes for 2202 yards with 18 touchdowns and six interceptions for a 94.4 passer rating.
The Patriots traded for Texans KR Keshawn Martin this week. The 4th year pro will provide depth in the return game and played in a similar offensive system