Pats Welcome ‘Skins To Foxboro

The Patriots will look to build on their perfect season when they welcome the Redskins to Gillette Stadium.  Not much has gone wrong this season for the Pats, who rank first in the league in points, yards and pass yards per game.  At 7-and-0 they are one of two undefeated teams in the NFL.  Tom Brady threw for 354 yards and a career-high six touchdowns in the Patriots’ 49-28 rout of the Dolphins last Sunday.  The Redskins survived a last second field goal attempt to edge the Arizona Cardinals 21-19 in Week Seven.  Jason Campbell threw for just 95 yards and London Fletcher returned an interception 27 yards for a score as Washington improved to 4-and-2.  The Redskins have won six of the seven all-time meetings between the two teams, with the latest victory coming in 2003.


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One Response to “Pats Welcome ‘Skins To Foxboro”

  1. They didn’t roll out a very nice welcome. When a team throws up 486 total yards and 52 points it’s just plain not good. Let’s just hope we can do better next week against the Jets, I mean, most of their key guys are injured. Let’s make a statement and throw up at least 35 points.