Aug 6, 2014; Richmond, VA, USA; New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick (left) talks with Washington Redskins head coach Jay Gruden after joint practice on day twelve at the Bon Secours Washington Redskins Training Center. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

Patriots vs. Redskins: Start Time, Live Stream, TV Info and More

The Patriots will face off with the Redskins tonight, in their 2014 preseason opener. The two teams have been practicing with each other for each of the last three days, in preparation for tonight’s contest.

That’s right. Patriots football is officially back.

Date: August 7th, 2014

Kickoff Time: 7:30 PM ET

TV Channel:

Boston – WBZ-TV Ch. 4
Springfield – WWLP-TV Ch. 22 
Providence, R.I. – WPRI-TV Ch. 12 
Manchester, N.H. – WMUR-TV Ch. 9 
Hartford, Conn. WTNH-TV Ch. 8 
Portland, Maine – WMTW-TV Ch. 8
Bangor, Maine – WVII-TV Ch. 7 
Burlington, Vt. – WCAX-TV Ch. 3 
Honolulu, Hawaii – KFVE-TV Ch. 5

Live Stream: (Preseason live subscription)

After months of anticipation, we will finally be seeing the 2014 New England Patriots out on the field. Of course, this is the preseason, so it may not feel like a real game, but for the few snaps the starters are out there, we will be in for a treat.

The Patriots have dominated the Skins all week long, specifically on offense, where Tom Brady and company have simply embarrassed the Washington defense. If Brady only gets one or two series (which is likely), I have a feeling he will put two scores on the board. On the other side of the ball, all eyes will be on new cornerbacks Darrelle Revis, and Brandon Browner, who will be making their Patriots debut. Both have reportedly been excellent in camp, particularly Revis, who appears to be on a mission to show he is still the best in the game.

Let’s go Pats!

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