2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
7-0, 1st in AFC East
Belichick claims loophole in rules made him smile in win vs. Jets (0:26)
4h
Hightower humbled by defense's performance vs. Jets (1:21)
5h
Booger: Pats' defense is giving offense time to find their identity (1:07)
5h

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

The Patriots' D/ST ranks 11th overall in fantasy scoring for the season, using ESPN's standard PPR format, and it's seventh if using non-PPR. In PPR, only five QBs, three RBs and two WRs have outscored it.

Brady: Patriots still looking for consistency on offense (1:25)
6h

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

The Patriots defense/special teams' 145 fantasy points through seven games is already more than all but one D/ST (the Bears, who scored 188) had for the ENTIRETY of the 2018 season.

Patriots use dominant first half to defeat Jets (0:55)
6h

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

The Patriots' schedule will soon get quite a bit tougher. Their next seven weeks (with opponents' FPTS/G allowed to D/STs): W8: CLE, 9.2 (7th) W9: @BAL, 1.7 (30th) W10: BYE W11: @PHI, 6.4 (13th) W12: DAL, -0.1 (32th) W13: @HOU, 4.1 (23th) W14: KC, 0.4 (31th)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

The Patriots' 23 fantasy points tonight gave them 145 for the season. That's the fourth-most by any team defense/special teams through its first seven games of any season since at least 1950: 1970 Minnesota Vikings 166 1973 Washington Redskins 161 1961 San Diego Chargers (AFL) 160 2019 New England Patriots 145 1976 San Francisco 49ers 139

6h

Patriots blitz Darnold, Jets 33-0 to remain undefeated

Tom Brady set the tone with a long slice-and-dice touchdown drive, New England's blitz-happy defense forced Sam Darnold into five turnovers and the Patriots remained undefeated by cruising to a 33-0 victory over the New York Jets on Monday night.

Belichick smirks after Jets decline Pats' penalties (0:59)
7h
Michel runs in 3rd TD of night (0:38)
7h
Schefter suggests Brady is setting up to leave the Pats (1:57)
8h

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Patriots lead the Jets 24-0 at halftime and it's been complete domination. Jets QB Sam Darnold said on the sideline (via ESPN mic's) that he's seeing ghosts. A fast start for the Patriots' offense, and the defense creating 3 turnovers and consistent pressure, has combined for the team's most decisive, complete half of the season.

Michel runs for 2nd TD of the night (0:33)
9h

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Safety Devin McCourty has recorded his 5th INT this season. That's more than 14 teams have on defense this season, according to ESPN's Stats & Information. McCourty's career high for INTs is 7, set his rookie year (2010) when he was playing CB.

Brady finds Dorsett for 26-yard TD (0:49)
9h

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Patriots' 16-play opening TD drive was their longest TD drive since Week 10 of 2017 at Denver (also 16 plays), according to ESPN's Stats & Information. It was also the longest opening drive in the NFL this season.

Darnold gives away ball with early INT (0:36)
9h
Michel sneaks in for Patriots TD (0:30)
9h

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots inactives: S Patrick Chung, OT Korey Cunningham, WR Josh Gordon, RB Rex Burkhead, TE Matt LaCosse, TE Ryan Izzo, DE Michael Bennett. Chung, a starting safety, has been dealing with chest/heel injuries and Duron Harmon projects to slide into his spot. Also, rookie RB Damien Harris is active for the second time this season.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Brady in the shades for the Monday Night Football lights.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Julian Edelman: The "Squirrel" in the leopard print upon arrival at MetLife Stadium.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Julian Edelman goes through his regular one-hand catch routine.

Team Stats

Passing Yards279.75th
Rushing Yards97.622nd
Points For31.6
Points Against6.9