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Terry Glenn will become the next Irving Fryar. He will leave the Patriots, then some magic fairy will tranform him into the best model citizen this side of Jim Anderson or Ward Cleaver. Glenn will then look like Jerry Rice, and lead some other team to the Super Bowl.
he Patriots, their adversity wheelbarrow already overflowing with dirt, garbage and lots of mud and muck in general, graphically showed the poor New Orleans Saints exactly how they plan to deal with adversity for the rest of this year.
Tom Brady has been making it difficult for Drew Bledsoe to play again this season, and yesterday’s game did not make it any easier. Brady, although still making some mistakes, is not looking like a second-year QB, but rather a seasoned veteran. So what should the Patriots do?.
Terry Glenn no longer wants to remain a Patriot, and would like to be elsewhere for the 2002 season.
Former Patriots QB Steve Grogan breaks down the team’s match-up against the Saints.
One thing is crystal clear about Sunday’s game against New Orleans. One man’s reputation for leadership is squarely on the line. He has reached a point where the next few months or so will make or break his career. These final six games of this season could go a long way in determining this person’s entire NFL legacy.
It looks like quarterback Drew Bledsoe may finally be getting exactly what he deserves.
That’s what this whole thing really comes down to….Fairness. Granted fairness, does not necessarily win games, but the Patriots currently have the opportunity to win games and do the right thing. So why not do the right thing? I ask myself that question every day.
While the majority of Patriot Nation jumps to conclusions over head coach Bill Belichick’s decision to name second-year quarterback as the starter for the remainder of the season, they’ll need to try and give him the benefit of the doubt.
There is nothing worse than a losable game becoming a winnable game, and you lose it anyway.
Former Patriots QB Steve Grogan reviews the team’s loss to the Rams on Sunday night.
he Patriots kept the game close despite three costly turnovers, but it would be the St. Louis Rams who will head home with a 24-17 victory.
Drew Bledsoe supposedly can play Sunday night. Words to die by? Unraveling of the 2001 Patriot season? Tom Brady’s doing so well, and now Bledsoe’s going to come in and louse everything up?
Quarterback Drew Bledsoe returned to practice on Wednesday, and for the first time in seven weeks it wasn’t with the scout team.
Quarterback Drew Bledsoe has been medically cleared for a return to the football field, but now the big topic will become whether or not he should be able to return to the line-up.
|Yahoo! Sports - Nov 26th, 2021|