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I’d expect to see Garoppolo play most of if not all of the first half. He should be able to lead the Patriots offense and get the unit clicking
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.
In both conferences the race for the number five seed is nearly as meaningful as getting a first round bye. Both of the number five seeds will most likely be playing against a team with a .500 (or losing record). On the other hand the number six seed will have to go on the road against a ten or eleven-win club.
The Patriots depth especially at the offensive line will be tested this week as the Pats play the Jets today and turn right around and face Miami Thursday
Tarell Browns IR designation leaves the Patriots thin at CB with only four healthy corners going into the Indianapolis game.
Rob Gronkowski can do it all for the Patriots, run blocking, moving the chains in the short to intermediate passing game and as a deep threat for Tom Brady
The Patriots defense is still very much a work in progress after three games. But with a nice blend of youth and experience, the unit will improve each week
The Patriots offense has been scoring at nearly a 40 point per game clip in the first three games of 2015. As crazy as it sounds, they can be even better
Tom Brady passed for his 400th career TD pass on Sunday in the Pats 51-17 win over the Jaguars. The Patriots offense is rolling as the team improved to 3-0.
The Patriots look to go into their early bye week 3-0 and if Tom Brady throws a touchdown pass on Sunday it will be the 400th of his career.
NFL week three has a few interesting matchups on tap. During commercials for the Pats-Jaguars game – or if it turns into a blowout – Pittsburgh at St. Louis and Cincinnati at Baltimore are a pair of compelling early games on CBS. Once the game against Jacksonville ends, Pats fans should be interested in leaving the tv on to watch a pair of AFC East teams meet as the Bills are at Miami in a late game on CBS. The other late game on CBS is a bit of an anomaly, as it is a cross-flex game between two NFC teams: Seattle will look to get their first win of the season as they host the Bears, who will be quarterbacked by Jimmy Clausen.
One early game on FOX features an underachieving 0-2 team versus a 2-0 team that has exceeded expectations as the Jets host the Philadelphia Eagles. Atlanta is at Dallas in a clash of 2-0 teams early, and the late game on FOX should be a good one with San Francisco at Arizona. Detroit looks for their first win Sunday night at home against the Broncos, and the week wraps up with Kansas City at Green Bay on Monday night.
The Patriots face off against the Jaguars on Sunday and look to head into the bye week at 3-0. Here are our three players to watch on Sunday.
The Patriots and Jaguars will meet in Foxboro this week, and NE will look to continue their early season success passing with Tom Brady and Rob Gronkowski
The Jacksonville Jaguars are turning the corner under Gus Bradley and becoming a team on the rise. They upset the Miami Dolphins 23-20 in Sunday.
NFL Week 3 finds the Patriots hosting the Jacksonville Jaguars in what on the surface appears to be most one-sided matchup next Sunday. The most competitive contests should be the Steelers at Rams, Bills at Dolphins, Bengals at Ravens and Chiefs at Packers.
|TheAthletic - Sep 19th, 2021|