NFL game night is here.
So it’s time for all of us to take our rightful place at home.
That means we should all be celebrating with the most patriotic NFL game of the season.
But it also means we must be ready to make the most of every single opportunity we have to show our patriotism and love of our country.
Let’s start with the best game of all time, and make it a home run by winning it all, starting with Sunday’s game between the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos.
Let me tell you how it starts.
It starts with the Patriots, who are one of the NFL’s top teams right now, and I’ll tell you, they’re a good team.
The Patriots have been one of those teams that, while they might not be as good as the other AFC East teams, they are one that is consistently in the conversation of the league’s best.
Their roster features a lot of weapons on offense, with Julian Edelman, Brandin Cooks, and Rob Gronkowski all having the ability to create plays.
If they can keep this up, it’s a dangerous team to play against.
That being said, they need to get a little bit more aggressive on offense.
The Broncos have a tough schedule and can’t afford to get sloppy.
I don’t care who the Patriots play, the Broncos will always be one of their toughest opponents.
They can’t allow them to get into a rhythm and start the season like a hot mess.
As always, I’m not sure this game will be as exciting as we’d like, but it’s going to be a fun game.
Here’s how the Pats and Broncos line up.
New England vs. Denver: 1.
Rob Gronk (WR, New England): Gronk is the most dangerous receiver in the game.
His size, speed, and leaping ability will make this a very tough matchup for any defense.
Brandon LaFell (WR/KR, New York Giants): The Giants are a very well-coached team, but they’re going to have a hard time stopping this offense.
I wouldn’t be surprised to see a lot more of Dez Bryant’s bombs in this game.
LaFelon will have to take some risks on this one.
I’m also going to throw in a little of my own personal history with Dez.
I remember the days when he used to make me get into my car in the middle of the night and drive home.
I’ve never had that problem with any player.
Emmanuel Sanders (WR), New England: He’s not the most dynamic player in the league, but he’s got all the tools to make an impact.
Sanders has the ability and physicality to create big plays, which is exactly what we want in a Patriots receiver.
He can get down the field, and he can make plays on the move.
Julian Edman (WR) and Emmanuel Sanders, New Orleans Saints: The Saints have been trying to find ways to make more of their offense run from the outside.
I can’t say I’m a big believer in using their tight ends to score.
I think Edman and Sanders are both great deep threats, and they should be able to get yards after the catch.
Brandin Jacobs (WR-KR), Denver Broncos: I think this is going to come down to how much time the Patriots have on the field.
If the Patriots can hold onto this one and keep it close, I think the Broncos should have some success.
They will probably have to try to slow down a team that has a lot going on offensively.
T.Y. Hilton (WR3), Indianapolis Colts: I don’s see any of this game going to the ground as a toss-up, but I know the Colts offense can take some hits.
They’re going against one of my favorite teams, so I think they have to make some adjustments.
Mike Evans (WR1), Indianapolis Raiders: This will be one to watch as a number of Colts fans are expecting this game to be close.
Evans is a huge part of this offense, and this game should be close for a reason.
Julius Thomas (WR4), Chicago Bears: I feel like Thomas has a very good chance of having a good night, but if he can’t make a big play or get some big yardage in the red zone, I can see a very close game here.
JulianEdelman (WR2), New York Jets: The Jets have been a top-five offense for the last several years, but this team is just getting started.
They are one game away from the playoffs and could easily be one step ahead of the Patriots in that race.
Tyreek Hill (RB3), Kansas City Chiefs: If Hill is able to run well against the Broncos defense,