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Patriots to Face Bills in Week 1 MNF

It may be late March and you are engrossed in Red Sox spring training, the Celtics run towards the playoffs and who knows, maybe even a little Bruins. But it’s time to talk football yet again! The NFL announced yesterday that the Patriots will play the Bills on Monday Night Football for week 1.

Of course if the divisional rivalry wasn’t enough, it will be the Buffalo debut of Terrell Owens and a chance for the Pats to shut him up once again. The game will be part of the annual stupid double header ritual ESPN puts on every first Monday night of the season. Game time will be 7pm here on the east coast.

My Take: Love the fact that we get to see T.O. in the first week of the season and even better that a nationally televised audience will get to see us shut him down. Of course, we’ll have to deal with hours and hours of ESPN talk about T.O., but that’s just how Bill Belichick likes it.

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  1. Patriots to Face Bills in Week 1 MNF: It may be late March and you are engrossed in Red Sox spring training, the.. http://tinyurl.com/dbzpwj

    Posted by Sports of Boston | March 24, 2009, 11:53 am
  2. […] Playing against you, you want to see a defender take his head off. Patriots fans will have to wait until the season opener at Gillette Stadium to see him live. However, this Sunday will be the first look at Terrell in his new environment. […]

    Posted by T.O. Headlines the Hall of Fame Game | Sports of Boston | August 8, 2009, 10:37 am

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