The first year post-Tom Brady left good feeling for New England Patriots. The season of the rookie Mac Jones as his replacement on the quarterback position and a record of 10-7 that classified them to post-season. They lost on a overwhelming way against Buffalo by 47-17.
After that bad play against Bills, Patriots has now challenges to front facing this 2022. From the departure of the offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels, until the lost of their best corner, J.C Jackson. The Free Agent and the Draft of New England have not been especially powerful and they will need an internal growth of their pieces to get over what they have done the last year.
On this season, in addition to their six divisional matches against Buffalo Bills, New York Jets and Miami Dolphins, Patriots will face to face against four teams of AFC North (Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengels, Pittsburgh and Cleveland Browns). Like this way against the four of NFC North (Green Bay Packers, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions or Minnesota Vikings). The other three matches will be against Las Vegas Raiders, Indianapolis Colts and Philadelphia Eagles.
The rivals of New England Patriots as local are: Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, New York Jets, Baltimore Ravens, Cincinnati Bengals, Chicago Bears, Detroit Lions and Indianapolis Colts.
As away team they will have to play against all Buffalo Miami and Jets adding Cleveland Browns, Green Bay Packers, Minnesota Vikings, Pittsburgh Steelers, Arizona Cardinals and Las Vegas Riders.
The season of Patriots will be televised on different countries. On Mexico for example has different signals owners of the transmission rights: ESPN, Fox Sports and TUDN. On Argentina come from different signals of ESPN. In both cases you can see the matches via Star+. On Spain you can see via #Vamos and the different signals of Movistar Deportes. Then, on United States the commissioned television station are NBC, CBS, Fox, ABC, ESPN and NFL Network. Finally, Peacock and Paramount+ are other streaming alternatives.