Historic Patriots game this Saturday
Final: NE 38 NY 35
The Giants hung in there, but let it slip in the fourth quarter. Congratulations to the Patriots on the first ever undefeated 16-0 regular NFL season!
Halftime: Much to my surprise, the Giants are playing a great game, and lead the New England Patriots through two quarters 21-16!
Will they be able keep pace in the 2nd half? Or will the Pats re-group and come out on fire in the third quarter?
As most of you may know, the New England Patriots will attempt to become the first every NFL team to complete a regular season undefeated at 16-0. They’ve already set a record by being the first time to reach the 15-0 mark during the regular season.
This Saturday, the Patriots will be facing our own NY Giants in the last game of the season. Both teams have already made the playoffs. It’s been said that the Giants will rest many of their starters in preparation for the (more important) wild card game next week against Tampa Bay (NE has a bye week,) but New England may keep a majority of their starters in the game to ensure the perfect regular season.
The game was regularly scheduled to be shown exclusively on the NFL Network (outside of the Boston & NYC metro areas – which show regional games on local TV,) but they decided at the last minute to also simulcast the game on both NBC and CBS. This means, for those that have the NFL Network (myself included,) that this game may be shown on four channels simultaneously!
I personally think the Giants will get smashed, but you never know! Will they preserve their players, or try to play spoiler?
What do you think the final outcome will be?