It may have been the final pre-season game at Foxboro Stadium, but the New England Patriots made it a memorable one. New England dominated the Washington Redskins on both sides of the football Thursday night, and sent the Redskins home with a 33-13 loss.
Warrick Dunn rushed for 115 yards, and Drew Bledsoe was sacked three times by a ferocious Tampa Bay Buccaneer defense, as the Bucs stifled the New England Patriots, 20-3 in a preseason game Saturday night.
Former first-round draft choice Andy Katzenmoyer will miss the 2001 season after Patriots head coach Bill Belichick announced Wednesday that he will have another surgical procedure on his neck within the next few days. He will then be placed on injured reserve which will keep him out for the entire season.
Led by three interceptions, the Patriot defense suffocated the Carolina Panthers, while third string quarterback Tom Brady tossed a touchdown pass to David Patten, leading the Patriots to a 23-8 exhibition win Saturday night.
The Patriots defense put up yet another great performance as New England beat up on the Carolina Panthers 23-8 on Saturday night.
This is a preview of a preview since these teams will meet again for real when the second week of the season (September 16) arrives.
Tuesday, August 15, 2001. On this day, Bill Belichick quite possibly took the 2001 Patriot campaign and flushed it down the drain. And it was the absolute correct thing to do.
Rookie draft choice Owen Pochman kicked 4 field goals including one from 53-yards out to lead the Patriots to a 14-0 victory over the New York Giants in New England’s pre-season opener Friday night.
Two Owen Pochman field goals including one of 53 yards out gave New England the lead at the half 6-0 during their preseason opener at Foxboro Stadium.
Chris Canty may have been the first nickel back ever taken in the first round. He was a bad pick. He wasn’t the worst.
Up until today, Patriot Camp ’01 has merely been macabre. Now it is totally tragic.
To no one’s surprise, wide receiver Terry Glenn was a no-show for practice on Sunday.
New England Patriots WR Terry Glenn has been suspended for four games by the National Football League for a violation of the league policy on substance abuse.
It appears that Friday’s 4-game suspension of Patriots wide receiver Terry Glenn shouldn’t have come as such a surprise after all.
There was more bad news on the injury front for the Patriots on Wednesday, when second-year offensive lineman and last year’s 2nd round draft choice Adrian Klemm suffered a dislocated elbow and was driven off the practice field.
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