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The Patriots, who we all expect to roll into the AFC Championship game and easily win the AFC east every year, ARE BACK.

Tom Brady and co handed the Chiefs their first defeat of the year and have put a slow start behind them by winning 3 straight. Sony Michel has led the Pats in rushing yards in each game he has played in so far and in games, he has gone for over 98 yards the Pats have won.  Look for the Pats to continue to feed him the ball while opening the game up for the weapons in the passing game, Josh Gordon has seen increased receptions every week in his short patriot’s career and I have no doubt this could be the week they truly let him loose.

The Bears on the other hand fully deserve to sit at the top of the NFC North on the whole so far and Mitch Trubisky has shown a massive improvement on last year, his trust in receivers and ball placement have been great and certainly make the Bears a realistic contender for the North. How ever they’re arguably coming off their worse game of the year against the Dolphins and will need more help from the defense, giving up so many points to a Brock Osweiler led Dolphins team. Can Khalil Mack lead this defense back against one of the NFL’s most frightening offenses?

Matchup to Watch:  Kyle Fuller vs Pats WRs, the bears CB is one of my favourite players in the league and his ability to slow down the Patriots WRs will be crucial to the Bears chances this week.

Player to watch: Josh “Flash” Gordon, reports out of New England suggest Brady’s confidence is Gordon has elevated and I expect a big week for him.

Prediction: Pats to win 35-17

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