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The Patriots are trying to head into their bye week undefeated. Will they beat the Jaguars?

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The (2-0-0) New England Patriots will host the (1-1-0) Jacksonville Jaguars

The Patriots will try to take their undefeated record into the bye week as they host the AFC South leaders in the Jacksonville Jaguars. New England is 9-1 against the Jaguars in franchise history.

In 2009, Tom Brady set the franchise regular season record for single game completion rate with a 23/26 showing against the Jaguars. Of course, Brady's best completion rate for a single game was a 26/28 performance in the 2007 playoffs- also against the Jaguars. With the way that Brady has been throwing high percentage passes, there's an off chance he could challenge those marks on Sunday.

Tom Brady needs one more touchdown pass to break the 400 plateau. Rob Gronkowski needs one more touchdown to collect 60 in his career, and two more to hit 60 receiving touchdowns. Former Patriots and Colts safety Sergio Brown, who was thrown out of the club, is now the Jaguars best defensive back on the field. Look for Gronkowski to help Brady hit 400 (and 401 and 402).

Map courtesy of 506sports.com.

Date: Sunday, September 27th, 2015

Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Massachusetts

Kickoff: 1:00 PM EST

TV: CBS

Radio: 98.5 FM, with Scott Zolak and Bob Socci

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Online Streaming: NFL Game Pass for international viewers, 98.5 The Sports Hub Online Radio Stream

Announcers: Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon

Tickets: For tickets fans can visit the NFL Ticket Exchange

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Additional Information: The Patriots provide an incredible breakdown on their website.