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The Giants have been Tom Brady and the Patriots’ kryptonite the past several years. They’ll have to deal with the league’s top scoring offense this week.
The good news for out of town Pats fans is that New England Patriots’ game will receive far greater broadcast distribution in week ten than it did in week nine versus Washington. The bad news is that even though it is a late game, is back on CBS and the network has this week’s doubleheader, the game still won’t get virtually universal distribution – like Denver at Indianapolis did last week, or Seattle at Dallas did in week eight, or Cowboys at Giants did in week seven. CBS has assigned their top broadcast team of Jim Nantz, Phil Simms and Tracy Wolfson to cover the game between New England and New York. The Patriots-Giants game will be broadcast pretty throughout most all of the eastern United States, while Kansas City at Denver will be aired throughout all of the continental western states.
The New England Patriots have opened as 6½-point road favorites at the New York Giants – and by Friday that line had moved up to seven points. The Pats-Gints game looms to be one of the most compelling in week ten; it is one of only three games (Vikings at Raiders, Arizona at Seattle) that does not include at least one team that at this point in time has a losing record.
The undefeated Patriots are setting viewership ratings records, but apparently that’s not enough for one network to broadcast the team throughout all of New England.
The Dallas Cowboys have suffered a rash of injuries early in the 2015 season and will be looking to upset their opponent, the Patriots on Sunday in Dallas
The Buffalo Bills committed 17 penalties in the 24-10 loss to the Giants on, bringing their total to 47 this season but Rex Ryan defended the team’s ‘fight’
The Patriots added three new players to their front seven of the defense this week trading for LB Jon Bostic and DL Akiem Hicks while signing Khyri Thornton
Despite their recent history on the road, at this point in time Washington appears to be more stout in the trenches, where games are still won or lost. Their running game has dominated defenses that are better than New York’s…
Rookie draft choice Owen Pochman kicked 4 field goals including one from 53-yards out to lead the Patriots to a 14-0 victory over the New York Giants in New England’s pre-season opener Friday night.