BOSTON (CBS) – The Patriots’ Week 13 matchup with the Houston Texans has been moved to 1 p.m., the team announced on Tuesday.
The Patriots and Texans were originally scheduled for 4:25 p.m. kickoff, so New England will have one less evening game on the docket after the change.
After two prime time games in the next two weeks, four of the Patriots’ final five games of the season will now be 1 p.m. starts. They have a Sunday night showdown with the Ravens in Week 16, but there is a chance that game could also be flexed, though the Ravens are now 4-5 and find themselves battling for a playoff spot.
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