Thanks to the Cincinnati Bengals and their Monday night victory against the Denver Broncos, the Patriots game against the Buffalo Bills will not have any effect on this year's playoff picture. Regardless of what happens in today's game the Patriots will have home field advantage throughout the playoffs and the Bills will be left with another offseason of trying to get back into the postseason. Since the game doesn't matter much to either team and it is likely that the game will look similar to a preseason matchup, I won't waste anyone's time by analyzing how this game should go. Instead I'll just give you my two cents and a link to a pretty awesome rundown of bonus and salary cap implications.
Yes, it was an ugly win. About the only nice play was Rob Gronkowski's touchdown snag to start the scoring in the second quarter.
If you just looked at both teams' records you might assume that today's game between the New England Patriots and New York Jets was going to be an easy victory for Bill Belichick and his team. Knowing the recent history of both teams it has potential to be a tight game.
I like Rajon Rondo. As a matter of fact, he was my favorite active Celtic player for almost a decade. While I was really hoping that he stayed a Celtic, his departure seemed more evident as time passed.
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