2017 NFL Season Kicks Off With The Super Bowl Champion New England Patriots Getting Clobbered By The Kansas City Chiefs

The New England Patriots unveiled their fifth Super Bowl banner, held a pre-game celebration that boasted five oversized Lombardi Trophies and included a performance from rapper Flo Rida, and their fans taunted NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell with clown noses. And then the Kansas City Chiefs thumped New England, 42-27.

The performance was so stunning that it led to another aberration seldom seen by the Patriots: Star quarterback Tom Brady questioned the team’s effort and disposition. “We just didn’t make a lot of plays tonight, actually,” Brady said after the game. “So we just have to be better in a lot of areas, starting with our attitude and our competitiveness. We have to do a lot better than tonight.”

The rest of the kick-off week schedule looks like this:

Sunday, September 10th

10:00 PM PT  New York Jets at Buffalo Bills    

10:00 PM PT Jacksonville Jaguars at Houston Texans          

10:00 PM PT  Pittsburg Steelers at Cleveland Browns

10:00 PM PT  Arizona Cardinals at Detroit Lions

(Postponed Due To Hurricane Irma)  Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins

10:00 PM PT  Atlanta Falcons at Chicago Bears

10:00 PM PT  Oakland Raiders at Tennessee Titans

10:00 PM PT  Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals

10:00 PM PT  Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

4:05 PM PT  Indianapolis Colts at Los Angeles Rams

4:25 PM PT  Carolina Panthers at San Francisco 49ers

4:25 PM PT  Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers

5:30 PM PT  New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys

Monday, September 11th

4:10 PM PT  New Orleans Saints at Minnesota Vikings

7:20 PM PT  Los Angeles Chargers at Denver Broncos

More From LATF USA

Scroll to Top