Every game during the course of an NFL regular season takes its own special toll, but these next four games are the closest thing to a breather the New England Patriots will get in 2015. Here’s our list of the 4 Easiest Games On The Patriots’ 2015 Schedule.
4. Washington Redskins (November 8th)
Robert Griffin III and head coach Jay Gruden's relationship is as tenuous as any head coaching job held by Rex Ryan, and we're not sold on RGIII ever finding his groove again while wearing a Redskins jersey. Plus, Washington's overpriced defense which can't stop the pass to save their lives, nor can they create turnover either via the air or on the ground.
3. New York Jets (October 25th, December 27th)
If Geno Smith escapes training camp as the Jets' starting quarterback, these two division showdowns could be the closest thing to spontaneous career combustion we've seen in the modern-day NFL. The Jets are on the come-up under new head coach Todd Bowles, but they'll be anchored in the muck as long as Geno is under center.
2. Jacksonville Jaguars (September 27th)
How many times have NFL pundits said "this is the year the Jags put it together," only to watch the dumpster fire get stoked by inept personnel decisions and a fan base who always seems either board or late for a tee time somewhere else. Blake Bortles will have Julius Thomas to throw to in year two, but the problem is that he's still Blake Bortles...
Fun times for the destined-to-be London Jaguars.
1. Tennessee Titans (December 20th)
There are big things ahead for 2014 Heisman winner Marcus Mariota, but his introduction to the pros will come while working behind an offensive line that has been in flux since the start of the decade. Mariota is effective out of the pocket, but that's not going to translate when his linemen can neither start nor finish blocks in the open field.
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