Fall 2010

Having a great fall so far. Kicked it off by going to the Buffalo-New England game, then headed to New York City for a week.

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New England at Buffalo

Another AFC East win, this time against the Bills 28-6. The Patriots sweep the season series versus the Bills, improve to 5-1 (4-0 in AFC East) and continue to play good football. Brady and his recievers are really starting to mesh which bodes well for the rest of the season.

The defense continue to impress by being tough against the run, forcing turnovers more frequently, and just keeping the opponents out of the endzone.

Tough game next week against the Vikings. With the Colts on the horizon, this can be a tough two game stretch for New England. However, if the team continues to play how they are playing, the Patriots could pull through this stretch with 2 more wins.


Miami at New England

4-1. 3-0 in the AFC East. 22 avg. for/15 avg. against.

Good win today versus the Dolphins (Fags). The defense looked sharp again, recording their lowest points against this season, plus a couple of turnovers (3 I think). Brady and the offense looked like they had their hands full with this Dolphins (Fags) defense. Put the Dolphins (Fags) always play a tough defense against the Patriots.

Good win. The Pats bring a 4-1 record into the Bye Week, not to mention a nice and perfect 3-0 record in the AFC East. Their next game will be against the Bills. A win could vault them to 5-1! 4-0 in the AFC East!!

That could defintely happen.

Go Pats.


New England at Cincinnatti

A pretty nice surprise of how well the Patriots played against the Bengals. With a running game like that, everything looks pretty easy. Maroney is still, in my opinion, the best back taken in the draft (Haha Bush). He runs fast and hard, and breaks a lot of tackles, which is a great talent to have.

At 3-1, the Pats can hopefully head into their Bye Week at 4-1 with a beating of the Dolphins. Also, more importantly, they would be 3-0 in the AFC East, halfway to a perfect division mark. Here's hoping.

Go Pats.


New England at New York

Weird game. The Patriots outscored the Jets 24-0 in the first half, but in the second half the Jets outscored the Patriots 17-0. Both Jets' touchdowns were from passes with huge yards after catch, so I suppose you can take that as a little consolation that the Jets' offense wasn't driving up and down the field on the Patriots' defense.

Once again the Patriots kicked some major ass with their ground game, and Brady looked like Brady, throwing a touchdown pass to rookie wide reciever Chad Jackson.

Now begins the difficult part of the schedule. Home against the Broncos (1-1) next week, then travel to Cincinatti (2-0), and then home against the Dolphins, who are 0-2 (haha).

Oh, and hockey season is right around the corner. 🙂