The NFL released the regular season schedule for each team today, so let's take a look at what's on tap for the Patriots this coming season.

Sunday, September 11at Arizona Cardinals8:30pmNBC
Sunday, September 18Miami Dolphins1:00pmCBS
Thursday, September 22Houston Texans8:25pmCBS/NFLN/Twitter
Sunday, October 2Buffalo Bills1:00pmCBS
Sunday, October 9at Cleveland Browns*1:00pmCBS
Sunday, October 16Cincinnati Bengals*1:00pmCBS
Sunday, October 23at Pittsburgh Steelers*4:25pmCBS
Sunday, October 30at Buffalo Bills*1:00pmCBS
Sunday, November 13Seattle Seahawks*8:30pmNBC
Sunday, November 20at San Francisco 49ers*4:25pmCBS
Sunday, November 27at New York Jets*8:30pmNBC
Sunday, December 4Los Angeles Rams*1:00pmFOX
Monday, December 12Baltimore Ravens8:30pmESPN
Sunday, December 18at Denver Broncos*4:25pmCBS
Saturday, December 24New York Jets1:00pmCBS
Sunday, January 1at Miami Dolphins*1:00pmCBS

As of now, New England has five prime time games and with the flex scheduling by the NFL, there's a real chance that number could climb at some point in the season. They'll have their hands full with the the NFC West and it will be interesting to see a late season match up with the Denver Broncos that could very well be for the conference's top seed.