- 1/21 - 3:05 PM ESTJaguars0 - 0PatriotsGillette Stadium
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New England Patriots
After opening the postseason with a bye week for the eighth consecutive year, the defending-champion Patriots (13-3) finally join the playoff fun Saturday night hosting the upstart Titans at Gillette Stadium.
Tennessee arrives in Foxborough with a little momentum following a 22-21 comeback win in Kansas City on Wild Card Weekend. But the Titans, who limped into the postseason losing three of their final four games, are a nearly two-touchdown underdog to Bill Belichick’s experienced, rested squad.
In many ways the Titans don’t look like a postseason contender or team worthy of being in the final eight franchises still competing for the right to go to Super Bowl LII. Mike Mularkey’s squad is led by third-year quarterback Marcus Mariota, who threw more interceptions (15) than touchdown...
Reading the run, a big game for Brady & more of PFW's keys to success:
You New England erstwhile can enjoy another super bowl. It doesn't matter talent or players involved. The refs have been instructed to give Pats another game....so be it...put it on your mantle and enjoy the shithole cup.......Pats just suck ....cause they don't have to play...their given every game
It is going to be cold once the game starts and only going to get colder Titans will not be able to handle it
Keys to the game? Don't let their QB throw passes to himself. We should be fine
Yes, the Steelers are favored. That’s OK. They’ve earned it.
But we can win. We absolutely can.
Henry's athleticism, Jackson on the kick return, Woodyard, Walker & more.
BB previews the Titans on the Belestrator: