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How do the Patriots handle Sundays after Thursday night games? Bill Belichick says he won't be glued to the television as New England's next opponent, Buffalo, takes on Arizona. "I think for today, we've done preparation work on the Bills in their first two games, so this is one of those rare opportunities where you can kind of watch the game with a little bit of an idea of how you would want to play it or what you would want to do in certain situations," Belichick said in a conference call on Sunday. One of the elements of the game that Belichick may give a little extra thought to is how the Bills run their offense under new offensive coordinator Anthony Lynn, who replaced Greg Roman after Roman was fired following Buffalo's Week 2 loss to the Jets.
The Baltimore Ravens offense has started off extremely slow in the first two games of the 2016 season. In week 1, the Ravens offense could only score 13 points in total against the Buffalo Bills. In week 2 against the Cleveland Browns, it took the Ravens offense about a quarter and a half to finally get going and get into a rhythm consistently. The Ravens cannot afford to start off slow against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Yes, the Jaguars are 0-2 and just came off of a blowout loss on the west coast against the San Diego Chargers in week 2. However, that blowout loss is the big reason why the Ravens need to start off fast on offense. The Jaguars might be in a fragile state right now. This Jaguars