How do the Patriots play on the road after a home loss? Don’t bet against them

The New England Patriots have accrued many an impressive statistic over the course of Bill Belichick and Tom Brady being part of the organization. None is more impressive than five: the number of Super Bowls won by the duo since Brady took over as starting quarterback in 2001. 

But titles are meaningless on Thursday Night Football, when the 2-2 Patriots limp down to Tampa for a matchup against the Buccaneers in what serves as a fairly pivotal spot for New England on the schedule. The Patriots defense has been downright horrid, giving up more than 456.8 yards per game, over 60 yards more than the 31st-ranked defense in the NFL. 

Describing the Pats defense sounds like a Dr. Seuss book. They will give up yards at home. They will give up yards on the road. They will give up yards to Andy Reid. They will give up yards to a rookie QB. They will give up yards here, they will give up yards there. They will give up yards anywhere. 

The Patriots actually rank “only” 31st in points, but they are only ahead of the Colts, so, um, yay. 

There is some good news here, however, should you be a) hoping the Patriots will win on Thursday night or b) hoping the Patriots will win by a certain amount on Thursday night.

For starters,

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