The Schedule in 2013
The New England Patriots are ready to take on the best teams in the National Football League
in their pursuit of a return to the Super Bowl. This Patriots team always seems to be one of the best in the AFC, but that
doesn't mean that they simply mow down every opponent they face. The Pats have a lot of tough opponents on their schedule
this season, making for some fantastic home matchups on the docket for Patriots fans.
The Patriots could have their
toughest test of the 2013 season when the Denver Broncos visit Gillette Stadium on November 23rd. The Broncos bring with them
quarterback Peyton Manning, who has been a rival of New England quarterback Tom Brady for some time. This will be a matchup
between two of the best quarterbacks to ever line up under center, so this is a contest that fans certainly do not want to
miss. If the Pats defense can slow down Manning and a dynamic offense that features former New England receiver Wes Welker,
then they could be in line for a huge victory in this one.
The Patriots will round out their home game schedule when
the Buffalo Bills head into Foxborough on December 29th for the Patriots' final home contest of the season. The Bills are
a team on the rise in the AFC East, and have one of the most dynamic runners in the game in C.J. Spiller. If New England can
contain Spiller, it's a good bet that they'll send the Bills back to western New York with a loss.
New England Patriots are a team in the National Football League that plays in the AFC East with the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins
and New York Jets. The Patriots are often one of the best teams in the AFC, and are looking to win their division yet again
in 2013 on their way to a conference title. With one of the best quarterbacks to ever play football in Tom Brady, New England
often has a leg up on any team they face at the most important position in the game. Brady is entering the twilight of his
career, but he's still an elite player and a fantastic leader. Head coach Bill Belechick is also one of the best head coaches
in the NFL.
There is nothing better than seeing a sporting event live and in person. Sports
have been a part of cultures around the world for a very long time, and spectators have always enjoyed watching athletes compete
at the highest of levels. When you're there in the stands at a sporting event like this one, you're treated to seeing some
of the most talented athletes in the entire world going head to head with everything on the line. There's nothing that compares
to the atmosphere at a game, where you're surrounded by fans that are all there to enjoy a great spectacle of sport.
National Football League is the premier sports league in the United States of America for a reason, as it boasts some of the
most incredible athletes known to man. The NFL has become renowned for its brand of exciting football that you can't find
anywhere else in the world. With quarterbacks that can put the ball anywhere on the field, running backs that can make a move
to avoid a defender and be on a breakaway for the end zone in no time, receivers that routinely make highlight reel catches
and defensive players that put some of the hardest hits on opponents game in and game out, the NFL is simply the cream of
the crop when it comes to a sports-watching experience.
People from all over the world love the National Football League,
and there is even talk of the NFL going global. There are already multiple games played in London, England each and every
season, and many people thinks it's only a matter of time before the league has teams based in Europe. The NFL is taking over
for a reason, because it's simply riveting to see a game in person when these amazing athletes hit the field to do battle
on the gridiron.
When Tom Brady first took over as the starting quarterback of the New England
Patriots, he was thrust into action by an injury to the team's previous starter. Who was that player?
The answer is
Drew Bledsoe, who had been the franchise quarterback of the Patriots for years before ceding the job to Brady.
New England Patriots were an original member of the American Football League and joined the National Football league in 1970
when the two leagues merged in the most famous union in sports history. The team established a dynasty in the early 2000s
when the team discovered Tom Brady was the answer at quarterback, winning the Super Bowl in 2001, 2003 and 2004. Brady has
taken the team to two additional Super Bowls, but the Pats failed to win those contests.