New England Patriots: 5 observations from win over Dolphins

FOXBORO, MA - NOVEMBER 26: Rob Gronkowski
FOXBORO, MA - NOVEMBER 26: Rob Gronkowski /
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FOXBORO, MA – NOVEMBER 26: Head coach Bill Belichick of the New England Patriots waves after a game against the Miami Dolphins at Gillette Stadium on November 26, 2017 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images) /

Moving Forward

The Patriots are just now hitting their stride. It’s only week 12 but the Pats are in midseason form. I pity whichever team gets in the way of their second consecutive Lombardi Trophy.

Next up on the destruction list are the Buffalo Bills. The Bills are coming off a win against the formidable Kansas City Chiefs, so they shouldn’t be taken lightly. I guarantee that Belichick says something along those lines in his next presser.

The Patriots are back to the lab to correct any mishaps that may have occurred this week. The Bills may be riding high, but they’ll have to get much tougher if they hope to derail the freight train that is the New England Patriots.

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I apologize for writing this column later than usual. Normally I write up these observations late at night on Sunday and have them ready to be published at about 3:00 AM. Yesterday, however, I found myself on a bus without wifi, where I was unable to write anything about the game. Damn Academy Buses. Upon returning to my home, I realized a selfish professor had assigned an essay due the Monday after Thanksgiving weekend. So my apologies, that’s where my Sunday night went. Thank you all for returning and reading my observations. I hope you agree, disagree, or have any opinion at all about them. I’ll be back next weekend when the Patriots hopefully destroy the Bills. Go Pats!