The Patriots defense allowed the least amount of points in the NFL this season with 250, it was also the third lowest amount of the Bill Belichick era.
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The Patriots can finish the season 8-0 on the road with a victory Sunday which would mark just the seventh time it’s been done in modern history.
Patriots to mix in Blount and Lewis keeping things varied in the running game. Force the Dolphins to cheat up in run support which opens up passing lanes.
Current and former New England Patriots celebrate the holidays on social media.
Brady really completed his work by halftime going 13-21 for 171 with three scores in the first 30 minutes.
Belichick joins just Curly Lambeau, George Halas, Tom Landry and Don Shula as the only coaches to win 200 games with one team.
Jets QBs were 8-24 for just 128 net yards with zero touchdowns and three interceptions. They were 1-11 on third down.
the past two games the defense has allowed six points total, and Jets QBs today completed just 8 of 24 passes for 136 yards with three interceptions.
The Patriots will want to naturally put the ball in Petty’s hands and force him to beat them. Hightower will be a big part of the defense in that aspect.
Opposing QBs have a passer rating of 100.2 against the Jets this season. Look for Brady to continue that trend on Saturday.
They overpaid a bunch of veterans with the “win-now” approach attempting to re-ignite the fan base and put the new coach in a favorable position.
In this episode we looked back at the Patriots victory against the Broncos. Later on, we previewed the upcoming game for the Pats against the Jets.
With the victory, the Pats clinched the AFC East for a record 8th straight year and for the 14th time in the past 16 years.
The Patriots defense put together a very impressive performance holding Denver to just three points in their own stadium and smothered QB Trevor Siemian
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