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Patriots: What Players Protested

24 Septembre 2017

The Patriots and Texans have met nine times in their history with the Patriots holding a 8-1 record against Houston. The defending Super Bowl champions will need another strong effort when they face the Houston Texans on Sunday (10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET, CBS, DirecTV).

Last season, the Patriots and Texans played two times with New England taking a 27-0 win on September 22 behind third-string quarterback Jacoby Brissett. Trump referred to players who kneel with explicit language. "Eventually, it's going to bite us in the butt like it did in the first game".

It's a very un-Patriotic problem, even with an extremely short sample size.

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There are a number of factors that will go into whether the Patriots will win, whether the Texans will pull the upset on the road, who needs to step up for New England on Sunday, what one of the hidden factors that could impact the game, and what will actually happen on Sunday. They're on pace this season to allow 96 plays (six per game) of at least 20 yards. The most they've ever surrendered under Bill Belichick was 89 in 2011, followed by 79 in 2012. "There's definitely an importance of getting on top of that, understanding how they're attacking us and trying to fix it". However, wide receiver Danny Amendola returned to practice after suffering a concussion in Week 1. Edelman suffered a torn ACL during the preseason.

Gronkowski was listed as questionable after being bothered by a groin injury. The running back didn't practice all this week and is ruled of the game against the Texans.

Patriots: What Players Protested