Patriots Schedule

October 24, 2010 by staff 

Patriots Schedule, We keep hearing about the strength of the Baltimore Ravens and New York Jets, the evils of the Dallas Cowboys and Minnesota Vikings, the strange silence of the San Francisco 49ers (1-5 and eligible to win the NFC West) Cincinnati and double-barrel threat Ochocinco Chad and Terrell Owens, but nobody outside the greater Boston metropolitan area seems to have realized that New England Patriots have quietly assumed a tie for first place in the AFC East Division . According to the standings of the NFL, the Patriots are one of three NFL teams have only one loss. For some reason, high-profile Patriots have sailed under the radar of most sportsanlysts and commentators of this year – except when they traded Randy Moss of the Minnesota Vikings, and that was all about Moss, Favre, and the Vikings. But could be contenders in New England in silence for another Super Bowl ring?

After losing to the New York Jets in the second calendar week did not help the Patriots in the power rating of the NFL, but the Jets have only lost that game. Under the victory, the Jets technically in first place in their division shared. But the Patriots took on the much hyped Baltimore Ravens last week and came out winners with a field goal in overtime, raising their share considerably.

New England, if you can win at least three-quarters of their remaining games scheduled (which would give at least 11 wins in total) will undoubtedly make the playoffs, taking into account the current trend toward mediocrity in the NFL . But getting those wins could be a problem in their current record indicates. Why? The quality of the teams they face in the next 11 contests is superior to most teams play. From Week 7, will lead the San Diego Chargers, then the Minnesota Vikings, apparently, both playing on their supposed skill level. At week 10, they play the only other one loss team, the Pittsburgh Steelers. Then his Indianapolis.

In weeks 13, 14 and 15, play the Jets, the surprising Chicago Bears, and the uncertain (but tough) Green Bay Packers.

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