Bill Belichick can tie legendary Cowboys coach Tom Landry for third place on the NFL all-time winning list with a victory in Denver tonight.

Belichick can tie Landry with 270 wins. Don Shula is tops on the win list with 347 wins. George Halas is second with 324.

But, most Patriots will agree, wins at Mile High Stadium are hard to come by.

The stats show the Pats record in Denver is 10-21. That includes 0-4 in playoff games.

Now the good news for Patriots fans - Coach Bill Belichick and company are 5-1 in the last six games.

The Patriots are 6-2 and coming off a bye week. The struggling Broncos are 3-5.

NOTE: Live coverage of the Patriots Sunday night football on Sports Radio 92.9 The Ticket begins at 5:30pm with pregame coverage.

 

TALE OF THE TAPE: Courtesy NE Patriots

2017 REGULAR SEASONNEW ENGLANDDENVER
Record6-23-5
Divisional Standings1st3rd(T)
Total Yards Gained3,2892,618
Total Offense (Rank)411.1 (1)327.3 (18)
Rush Offense109.0 (16)112.4 (14)
Pass Offense302.1 (1)214.9 (19)
Points Per Game27.0 (7)18.8 (22T)
Touchdowns Scored2216
Third Down Conversion Pct.45.937.6
Team Passer Rating106.573.5
Total Yards Allowed3,3362,246
Total Defense (Rank)417.0 (32)280.8 (2)
Rush Defense121.5 (25)88.4 (5)
Pass Defense295.5 (32)192.4 (4)
Points Allowed/Game22.4 (16T)24.8 (25T)
Touchdowns Allowed2222
Third Down Defense (Pct.)40.026.7
Field Goals Made/Attempted20/2313/18
Possession Avg.31:1931:34
Sacks Allowed/Yards Lost21/12428/176
Sacks Made/Yards16/11019/100
Passing TD/Int. (Off.)16/210/12
Passing TD/Int. (Def.)16/616/5
Penalties Against/Yards59/54363/514
Punts/Avg.31/43.236/45.4
Takeaway/Giveaway Ratio+4 (8T)-12 (31T)