In this episode of Patriots Fourth And Two. we looked back at the Patriots victory against the Redskins. After that, we talked about the Patriots releasing Ben Watson. Lastly, to finish the show, we previewed the upcoming game for the Patriots against the Giants.
Patriots Sitting Pretty at 5-0, Despite winning against ugly competition The Patriots are 5-0 and one of [at this time] two undefeated teams left in the league. The Redskins are in […]
The Patriots head home from Washington with their 5-0 record intact and now have a short week to prepare for the New York Giants on Thursday Night Football. The Patriots […]
The Patriots head back out on the road this week and are taking on the winless Washington Redskins in Landover, MD on Sunday. We posted our keys to the game […]
In this episode, the guys talked about some Patriots news which included the situation with the kicker. Later on, they previewed the upcoming game for the Patriots against the Redskins.
The Patriots are back on the road in Week 5, as they head to our nation’s capital to take on the Washington Redskins. With a win on Sunday, the Patriots […]
The Washington Redskins have dropped a long way from the glory years of Joe Gibbs, the Hogs, Riggo, and the Fun Bunch. Gibbs won three Super Bowls with three different […]
The NFL announced the 2018 preseason schedule earlier today and the Patriots preseason slate has several familiar foes. The Pats will be at home for their first two weeks of […]
The Patriots versus Raiders in Mexico City highlights a decent slate of pro football games in Week 11. Four games in particular stand out, conveniently with one in each time slot.
On paper the NFL Week 12 schedule does not offer many close games. Eleven games have a spread of 6½ or more and two games list odds of three points or less. The New England Patriots are the heaviest favorites, at -14½ at home versus Miami. Two other home teams are also double-digit favorites. Chicago is at Philadelphia (-11½) and Green Bay plays at Pittsburgh (-12½) next Sunday night.
NFL Week 10 has plenty of interesting story lines. On Sunday night the Patriots travel to their house of horrors, Denver’s Mile High Stadium. The Pats are 2-6 since 2005 in Colorado, and 4-18 in the Rockies since 1969. Despite that alarming trend the Patriots are 7½ point favorites as of Saturday night.
NFL Week 7 is highlighted by the most hyped and anticipated game of the 2017 season. The Atlanta Falcons travel to Foxborough for only the second time this millennium, in a rematch of the greatest Super Bowl in NFL history. The Patriots lead the all-time series 8-6 and are 5-0 in the Belichick-Brady era.
The early week 8 games don’t offer a whole lot worth watching. Best of the lot in the early Sunday time slot involve the AFC East versus AFC West. The AFCE is currently a home favorite in both games. Buffalo (-2½ point) hosts Oakland, and the Chargers visit New England (-7).
Atlanta (at Detroit) and Oakland (at Washington) are both three point road favorites, highlighting the slate of NFL Week 3 games. The Patriots are favored by two touchdowns in Foxboro against Houston in a rematch of last year’s playoff game. The Browns are surprise road favorites at Indianapolis as the Colts continue their post-deflategate descent into the abyss.
Pittsburgh and Houston are locked in as the number three and four seeds respectively. That leaves three games to determine the conference playoff seeding. The three AFC games that actually matter today are Miami at New England, Kansas City at San Diego and Oakland at Denver. There are a total of eight possible combined outcomes to those games.
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