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New England Patriots NFL Betting

New England Patriots NFL Betting

The New England Patriots missed the playoffs for the second time in the last three seasons, as they finished the 2022 season with a record of 8-9. Head coach Bill Belichick will go down as one of the greatest coaches in NFL history, but it is worth noting that the Patriots have finished with a losing record in two of the last three seasons. It just so happens that Tom Brady wasn’t at quarterback for the Patriots in any of those seasons, as Brady went to Tampa Bay for the 2020 season. Belichick has announced that he will return for his 24th season as Patriots head coach in 2023. Whether that is good news for the Patriots is now up for debate, as there is no doubt that Belichick is not the coach he once was. He made numerous bad coaching decisions during the 2022 regular season that ended up costing the Patriots a playoff spot. He also inexplicably hired Matt Patricia as offensive coordinator and put Joe Judge as quarterbacks coach before the season began. Patricia spent 12 years as a defensive coach before flopping as Detroit Lions head coach, while Judge was a bust as New York Giants head coach and previously worked as a special teams coach. You would have to say that the future isn’t necessarily bright for the Patriots with Belichick as head coach.

New England Patriots 2022 Season Recap

The Patriots finished the 2022 season with a record of 8-9 SU and 7-9-1 ATS with eight games going over the total and nine going under. New England started the season slowly, losing three of their first four games before turning things around with wins over Detroit and Cleveland. The turning point for the Patriots was an inexcusable home loss to the Chicago Bears in Week 7. The Patriots were 9.5-point home favorites and yet got blown out 33-14. That loss really showed that the Patriots were overmatched on the field and in terms of coaching. New England did bounce back to win their next three games, but it should be noted that they played the Jets twice and a pathetic Colts team. Reality struck the next week when they went into Minnesota and lost. The Patriots then lost against the Bills before beating a bad Arizona team. Another inexplicable loss to the Raiders in Week 15 showed that the Patriots were no serious threat in the AFC. A loss to Cincinnati followed in Week 16. The Patriots got a 23-21 win over Miami in Week 17 to take control of their playoff destiny, but it should be noted that Miami was playing backup quarterbacks in that game. The Patriots couldn’t beat Buffalo in the regular season finale in a game that would have sent New England to the playoffs. New England fell 35-23 to the Bills.

The Patriots averaged just 21.4 points per game this season which was 17th in the league and they put up 314.6 yards per contest. The defense gave up 20.4 points per game and allowed 322 yards per contest. Rhamondre Stevenson led the team with 1,040 rushing yards, Mac Jones threw for 2,997 yards, while Jakobi Meyers led the team with 804 receiving yards.

New England Patriots Offseason

The Patriots have the No. 14 pick in the 2023 NFL Draft. They have a number of needs on offense, especially at offensive tackle and at receiver. The Patriots may also need to do something at quarterback, as Mac Jones did not receive a vote of confidence by Belichick after this season. It will be difficult for New England to fill all of their needs in the offseason and it will be even more difficult considering Belichick is no longer making good decisions as head coach.

New England Patriots Schedule & Results

Week 1 at Miami Dolphins L 7-20 0-1
Week 2 at Pittsburgh Steelers W 17-14 1-1
Week 3 vs. Baltimore Ravens L 26-37 1-2
Week 4 at Green Bay Packers L 24-27 (OT) 1-3
Week 5 vs. Detroit Lions W 29-0 2-3
Week 6 at Cleveland Browns W 38-15 3-3
Week 7 vs. Chicago Bears L 14-33 3-4
Week 8 at New York Jets W 22-17 4-4
Week 9 vs. Indianapolis Colts W 26-3 5-4
Week 10 BYE
Week 11 vs. New York Jets W 10-3 6-4
Week 12 at Minnesota Vikings L 26-33 6-5
Week 13 vs. Buffalo Bills L 10-24 6-6
Week 14 at Arizona Cardinals W 27-13 7-6
Week 15 at Las Vegas Raiders L 24-30 7-7
Week 16 vs. Cincinnati Bengals L 18-22 7-8
Week 17 vs. Miami Dolphins W 23-21 8-8
Week 18 at Buffalo Bills L 23-35 8-9

The New England Patriots have a tough first month of the season. Week one brings a dangerous game at the Miami Dolphins. Miami is coming off two near-miss playoff seasons. The following week brings a game at the Pittsburgh Steelers. Pittsburgh is one of the most consistently successful franchises in any sport. The home opener is against another perennial contender. The Baltimore Ravens are among the favorites to contend for the AFC title. New England will play at the Green Bay Packers in week four. New England would be happy to get out of this first stage with a 2-2 record.

Late in the season, two games far away from home could decide the Patriots' playoff hopes. New England is at the Arizona Cardinals in week 14 in a Monday night game. That is followed by a game at the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 15 on NBC Sunday Night Football.

New England also gets another NBC Sunday night game on its schedule. In week 12, the Patriots are at the Minnesota Vikings. The Patriots are also on ESPN Monday Night Football in Week seven against the Chicago Bears. The season finale is at the Buffalo Bills. New England was routed at Buffalo in the wild card round 47-17 last January.

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New England Patriots Past Seasons (2000)

2022 8-9 None
2021 10-7 Lost Wild Card Round
2020 7-9 None
2019 12-4 Lost Wild Card Round
2018 11-5 Won Super Bowl
2017 13-3 Lost Super Bowl
2016 14-2 Won Super Bowl
2015 12-4 Lost Conference Championship
2014 12-4 Won Super Bowl
2013 12-4 Lost Conference Championship
2012 12-4 Lost Conference Championship
2011 13-3 Lost Super Bowl
2010 14-2 Lost Divisional Round
2009 10-6 Lost Wild Card Round
2008 11-5 None
2007 16-0 Lost Super Bowl
2006 12-4 Lost Conference Championship
2005 10-6 Lost Divisional Round
2004 14-2 Won super Bowl
2003 14-2 Won Super Bowl
2002 9-7 None
2001 11-5 Won Super Bowl
2000 5-11 None

Founded in 1960 as the Boston Patriots, this franchise was a charter member of the American Football League. Since that year, they have shared the same division with the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills. The Miami Dolphins joined the division in 1966.

New England operated on a shoestring budget for the first 35 years. But when Robert Kraft took control of the team in the mid-1990s, the entire culture of the franchise changed. In 2000 Kraft hired Bill Belichick to run the franchise, and the results have been historic. New England has won six Super Bowl championships and nine AFC championships in the Kraft and Belichick era.

Quarterback Tom Brady became the GOAT of his position for Kraft and Belichick. His departure to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020 led to that franchise winning the Super Bowl in Brady’s first season. Brady’s championship in Tampa fuels Belichick’s fire to build a new dynasty with Mac Jones.

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