In the NFL 3rd week schedule there is interesting battles of undefeated NFL teams New England Patriots. It’s one of eight games featuring division matchups, and perhaps the most enticing one. This is the greatest opportunity for Buffalo as their running back Fred Jackson said of ending a 15-game losing streak against New England that dates to 2003. Jackson said that they are a great team, but they feel like tt will be a good test and a measuring stick for them.
The Patriots haven’t lost in the regular season since Nov. 7, a span of 10 games. Their offense has been unstoppable thus far with Tom Brady throwing for 940 yards and seven touchdowns as New England put up 73 points. However, New England is favorite to win this game. Patriots coach Bill Belichick said that honestly saying that he never looked the game as it is there upper hand always, when the game starts it’s 0-0 and there is no favorite or underdogâ€™s in the game.
The 3rd week schedule will get more heated up when long time rivals resumes with the unbeaten Green Bay Packers visiting the Chicago Bears. However, Bears won their division a year ago while Packers won Super Bowl and they are the defending champions of 2011.
Green Bay continued to win even they loses key players, Packers coach Mike McCarthy said that it is tough. He added that they have been through the injury stuff before, but it’s something that they never get used to as a head coach. The Bears, still hurting from losing the NFC title match in January, and they will be aiming for a revenge for losing against Packers.