NFL Schedules: A Prediction for the 2008 Patriots

Ivahn LachowskySenior Analyst IMarch 17, 2008

Having looked over the New England Patriots' schedule for the upcoming '08 season, I'd have to say I'm quite happy with the findings.

Home Games: Buffalo, Miami, NY Jets, Denver, Kansas City, Arizona, St. Louis, Pittsburgh

Away Games: Buffalo, Miami, NY Jets, Oakland, San Deigo, San Fransisco, Seattle, Indianapolis

Yes, I'm quite happy—except for one thing. We don't play those stinkin' New York Giants.

I wanted revenge on Eli Manning, but I guess I'll have to settle for Peyton Manning.

Oh wait a second, we do get to embarrass Eric Mangini and the NY Jets twice.

Oh wait, beating the hell out of the Jets will get you nothing but a year long distraction. Anyway, it's worth it.

New England should be a lock for at least 14 wins this year, with the only trouble I see coming from the San Diego Chargers or the Indianapolis Colts.

The AFC East is ours once again.  Although the competition is heating up, I'd have to say.

The Miami Dolphins should get back to playing decent football in about five to six years. The NY Jets can go to hell, as long as Mangini is head coach there. And the Buffalo Bills can move to Toronto for all I care.

New England Patriots over the Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl 43, final score 42-14.

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