For their first rematch of the 2013 NFL season, the New England Patriots will go on the road Sunday to face the New York Jets. Their first matchup was a tremendous defensive struggle, so this game will provide a measuring stick for the progress of New England’s fledgling offense.
Even if the New England Patriots had lost this game to the New Orleans Saints, they had still demonstrated they could go toe-to-toe with an elite NFL team. Thanks to Tom Brady and Kenbrell Thompkins, New England didn’t have to settle for a mere moral victory.
Wide receiver Danny Amendola will make his return to the Patriots on Sunday after being sidelined for three games with a groin injury.
NFL Network’s Bert Breer joins Gresh & Zo to analyze the Patriots impressive Week 4 victory over the Falcons and a look ahead to the Bengals this Sunday.
This was a game that most experts picked New England to lose, but the Patriots persevered on Sunday night to earn a 30-23 win over the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome. The victory allowed New England to keep pace with the undefeated Miami Dolphins for first place in the AFC East.
The Patriots left Atlanta with a 4-0 record, but the victory came with a price.
Levan Reid hands out his hardware from the Patriots’ Week 3 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The 3-0 New England Patriots won’t play the 3-0 Miami Dolphins for another month, but after the AFC East rival Dolphins beat the Atlanta Falcons last week 27-23, New England’s Week Four contest at Atlanta should give the Pats some idea of where they stand compared to the Fins.
Gresh and Zo break down the Patriots 23-3 win over the Buccaneers at Gillette Stadium Sunday.
That was much, much, much better, but still … what do we make of these Patriots? Read through all of the leftover thoughts from the 23-3 win.