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New England Patriots vs. Miami Dolphins Preview and Prediction

By Rob McVey, 9 months 3 weeks ago
The Miami Dolphins (10-5) will host the New England Patriots (13-2) to wrap up the NFL regular season for both teams. The two AFC East rivals last met in week 2 in Foxborough with the Patriots coming out on top by a score of 31-24. While both teams have already clinched a playoff berth, this matchup looms large with several AFC teams still jockeying to improve their seeding.   Miami...

New England Patriots vs. Denver Broncos Preview and Prediction

By John Gworek, 10 months 1 week ago
Since Tom Brady took over as the starting quarterback in 2001, the New England Patriots haven’t had much trouble winning anywhere... except in Denver. Brady is just 2-7 in the Mile High City, and he’s currently on a three-game skid that included two losses last season.   The second of those losses is likely still sticking in Brady’s craw. Down 20-12 in the AFC title game...

Baltimore Ravens vs. New England Patriots Preview and Prediction

By John Gworek, 10 months 2 weeks ago
The Baltimore Ravens and New England Patriots are very much in the thick of the postseason races. But while Patriots fans are in their usual December “let’s just stay healthy for the playoffs” mode, Ravens fans are already treating every week like a playoff game.   New England (10-2) is three games clear in the lost column of Miami in the AFC East. The Dolphins beat...

New England Patriots vs. New York Jets Preview and Prediction

By John Gworek, 10 months 4 weeks ago
When the NFL schedule was revealed, this was a primetime matchup: The Patriots, the long-standing kings of the AFC East, against the (apparently) rising Jets, who had just missed the playoffs last season despite winning 10 games.   Not even two-thirds of the way through the season, the matchup is no longer worthy of the coveted Sunday night time slot. With the Jets struggling along in...

New England Patriots vs. San Francisco 49ers Preview and Prediction

By Scott Whittum, 11 months 6 days ago
It’s homecoming weekend for Tom Brady as the Bay Area native will lead the New England Patriots out west to Levi’s Stadium to take on the San Francisco 49ers this afternoon. The Patriots should be an angry bunch after falling to the Seattle Seahawks last Sunday night 31-24 at Gillette Stadium in what was one of the better games of the 2016 NFL season to date.   Brady proved...

Seattle Seahawks vs. New England Patriots Preview and Prediction

By Bryan Fischer, 11 months 1 week ago
More than 100 million people remember shouting at their televisions a little more than 21 months ago when Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson didn’t turn around to hand the ball off to Marshawn Lynch, and instead threw an ill-advised pass that Patriots cornerback Malcolm Butler broke on just quick enough to seal one of the wildest endings to a championship game in NFL history.  ...

New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills Preview and Prediction

By Bryan Fischer, 11 months 4 weeks ago
The best team in the National Football League so far this season heads to one of the hottest on Sunday as an AFC East battle takes center stage between a pair of familiar rivals. New England has been on a tear ever since getting Tom Brady back at quarterback, which just so happened to be the game right after Buffalo beat the Patriots and rookie third-stringer Jacoby Brissett in Foxborough....

New England Patriots vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Preview and Prediction

By Bryan Fischer, 12 months 4 days ago
One of the most anticipated games of the season looked like a potential AFC Championship Game preview right up until Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger limped off to the sidelines last week in Miami. The gun-slinging signal-caller is expected to miss the next four to six weeks after undergoing surgery as a result of a knee injury and that’s one reason why this week’s marquee...

Cincinnati Bengals vs. New England Patriots Preview and Prediction

By John Gworek, 1 year 1 week ago
When the NFL schedule was revealed in the offseason, this looked like a big game — two division champs who both won 12 games last season, no major changes on either side. It looked like a playoff preview.   Well, it’s still a big game, but not exactly for the reasons most expected. From a practical standpoint, it’s bigger than expected for the Bengals; they are...