Some classic Patriots games to be aired on NBCSN over next few weeks

Ryan Hannable
March 25, 2020 - 1:39 pm
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Get ready for some football, including some classic Patriots games, to be aired over the next several weeks.

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Beginning next week, NBCSN will air some classic Sunday Night Football games each night and a few of them involve the Patriots.

“We thank Commissioner Goodell and the NFL for working with us to present this special lineup of NBC Sunday Night Football games, which will entertain fans over seven nights while also helping to support COVID-19 related fundraising with on-screen messaging,” said Pete Bevacqua, President, NBC Sports Group in a press release.

Here are the dates of the Patriots games.

March 30- Denver vs. New England (Week 12, 2013), 9:30 p.m.

Tom Brady and the Patriots overcome a 24-0 halftime deficit to defeat Peyton Manning and the Broncos in an overtime thriller in 2013.

April 3- Indianapolis vs. New England (Week 10, 2009), 7 p.m.

Peyton Manning’s Colts top Brady’s Patriots in a climactic finish in 2009, as New England fails to convert on a late fourth-and-two in their own territory.

April 5- Kansas City vs. New England (Week 6, 2018), 9:30 p.m.

The first-ever matchup between eventual league MVP Patrick Mahomes and Brady ends with a last-second win by New England, securing Brady’s 200th victory as a starting quarterback.

April 19- Seattle vs. New England (Week 10, 2016), 8 p.m.

In their first meeting since New England’s dramatic victory over Seattle in Super Bowl XLIX, the Seahawks stop the Patriots on four consecutive plays from inside the two yard-line to earn a 31-24 victory in Foxborough. 

April 26- Green Bay vs. New England (Week 15, 2010), 8 p.m.

Packers quarterback Matt Flynn makes his first career start in Week 15 of the 2010 season as Green Bay visits the Patriots at Gillette Stadium. The Patriots thwart the Packers’ last-minute drive, punctuated by a Vince Wilfork strip-sack on fourth-and-one from the New England 15 yard-line on the last play of the game, to hold on for a dramatic 31-27 win. Flynn passed for 251 yards and three touchdowns.

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