The regular-season schedule was released last weekend, and there are a few exciting matchups for the Patriots. They will be seventeen games this season in eighteen weeks; one week will be a bye week meaning no match.
Out of the seventeen games, six of them will be divisional games. The Patriots are in the AFC East, and their rivals are the Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, and the New York Jets. The Patriots will play these teams twice in the regular season, both home and away. The rest of the games are random, with teams from both NFC and AFC. In this article, I will go through the list of the Patriot’s schedules for this season from start to finish. And the season will run from September to January 2023, and then the playoffs.
New England Patriots AT Miami Dolphins
New England Patriots AT Pittsburgh Steelers
Baltimore Ravens AT New England Patriots
New England Patriots AT Green Bay Packers
Detroit Lions AT New England Patriots
New England Patriots AT Cleveland Browns
Chicago Bears AT New England Patriots
New England Patriots AT New York Jets
Indianapolis Colts AT New England Patriots
New York Jets AT New England Patriots
New England Patriots AT Minnesota Vikings
Buffalo Bills AT New England Patriots
New England Patriots AT Arizona Cardinals
New England Patriots AT Las Vegas Raiders
Cincinnati Bengals AT New England Patriots
Miami Dolphins AT New England Patriots
New England Patriots AT Buffalo Bills
That's the complete list of the patriots' regular-season schedule. There are some exciting games and, of course, difficult ones towards the end of the season. Every game is not easy, and the patriots must take it game by game every week. I will break down the matchups and predict the results for each game in my next article.