New England Patrtiots Power Ranking 2018 Week 10, Latest Odds

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Nov/08/2018

The New England Patriots enter Week 10 of the NFL ranked number 2.

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Rams Power Ranking

From NFL.com: "Before you pick at this ranking, realize that the Patriots won -- by multiple scores, no less -- without Rob Gronkowski, Sony Michel and Shaq Mason. Tom Brady picked at the Pack's defense most of the night, being quite familiar with the scheme's czar, former Jets and Bills coordinator (and AFC East foe) Mike Pettine. Then Brady hit the Joshpot with that odd-looking intermediate throw to Mr. Gordon -- a ball that Julian Edelman initially elevated for ... before bringing his hands down in a move that made him look like a red, white and blue PEZ dispenser. Michel's absence meant more was required of James White, who was obviously gassed after that trick-play beaut of a screen. What a well-planned, well-timed, well-better-than-anything-the-Packers-showed play call from New England. Edelman delivered calmly and coolly. Again."

ESPN.com has the Pats ranked number four: "A 1-2 start wasn't entirely unexpected, in part because Julian Edelman was serving a four-game NFL suspension and the Patriots have had some early-season struggles in past years, but that is the main reason the club has had a two-spot dip from preseason expectations. But credit also goes to the Rams and Chiefs, two teams who have far exceeded projections, even though the Patriots dealt the Chiefs their lone loss of the season."

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