Follow along for all the updates from New England’s game against the Oakland Raiders in Mexico City! Pregame — 3:10 p.m.: The Patriots and Raiders are getting ready to kick things off at Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. This is a big game for the 4-5 Raiders, who are hoping the keep their season alive. The 7-2 Patriots need a win to keep pace with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the best record in the AFC.
BOSTON (CBS) — The Pats remain on the road for the second straight week, but this one figures to be a different. The Patriots are crossing the border for Sunday’s game against the Oakland Raiders, squaring off in Estadio Azteca in Mexico City. It will be a home game of sorts for the Raiders, though the Patriots are expected to have many fans in attendance as well. As for what will take place on the field? Here’s what the WBZ-TV experts foresee.
BOSTON (CBS) — The Patriots will look to extend their winning streak to six games on an international stage this weekend as they take on the Oakland Raiders in Mexico City. The New England franchise already has a pair of blowout wins outside of the U.S. in their 58-year history, crushing the Buccaneers and Rams (then of St. Louis) across the pond at Wembley Stadium in 2009 and 2012, respectively.
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Selecting a term
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