The New England Patriots will have three Sunday night games, one Monday night game and one Thursday night game in 2013.
The New England Patriots will be opening up the regular season at the Buffalo Bills, Sept. 8, in a 1 p.m. game. The Patriots will have one Thursday night game against the New York Jets, Sept. 12 at Gillette Stadium and there will be one Monday night game at Carolina, Monday, Nov. 18. New England will be a familar site on the NBC Sunday Night game, playing at Atlanta, Sept. 29, home against the Denver Broncos, Nov. 24, and at Baltimore, Sunday, Dec. 22. Other home games will be Tampa Bay, Sept.22, New Orleans, Oct. 13, Miami, Oct. 27. Pittsburgh, Nov. 3, Cleveland, Dec. 8., and Buffalo, Dec. 29. 2013 PATRIOTS PRESEASON SCHEDULE 2013 PATRIOTS REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE
After a week of rest, the New England Patriots host the Buffalo Bills on Sunday - Veterans Day - at Gillette Stadium. Kick-off is 1 p.m.
The New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills will meet for the 106th time Sunday and the second time in 2012, with New England holding a 63-41-1 edge following a 52-28 victory against the Bills in Buffalo on September 30. The Patriots will be looking for their 22nd sweep in the annual series. The Patriots are 33-19 all-time in home games against Buffalo, including 10-0 at Gillette Stadium. The series between the AFC East rivals began in 1960. The Patriots’ 63 wins over the Bills are their highest victory total over any opponent, nine more than they own over the New York Jets (54). New England has won 22 of its last 25 games against Buffalo dating back to the 2000 season. After seven straight series sweeps and 15 straight Patriots wins, …