A rematch of Super Bowl 39 is among the highlights of NFL Week 4. Carolina travels to Foxboro to take on the Patriots in an early afternoon game with New England favored by three. In the same time slot Baltimore hosts Pittsburgh in a battle of bitter AFC North rivals. The late afternoon game should be a good one as well. Oakland is at Denver
Week five kicks off with a highly unusual occurrence: a great Thursday night matchup. The New England Patriots travel to Tampa Bay for Tom Brady’s first-ever regular season game on Dale Mabry Highway. The last time the Pats played in Tampa their quarterback was Trent Dilfer. Still donning creamsicle uniforms and a winking pirate, that was the Bucs first winning season in sixteen years.
In the past two games, Brady has thrown for 825 yards, eight touchdowns, and zero interceptions.The cliff talk has been stifled for now.
If Brady gets the time to throw, then the Patriots will find room to work. Look for Amendola and Hogan to get a lot of looks in this one
CBS owns the doubleheader in NFL Week 4, highlighted by Oakland at Denver in the late afternoon time slot. Fox takes advantage of their only broadcast of the Patriots this season in the early game. Joe Buck and Troy Aikman will call the game from Foxboro between the Pats and Carolina Panthers. Connecticut football fans can rejoice; WTIC in Hartford will broadcast the Patriots game rather than the Giants.
Best social media postings from the Patriots Week 3 victory over the Houston Texans.
Tom Brady named AFC Offensive Player of the Week for the second consecutive week.
Bill Belichick raved about Kuechly on Wednesday. “He does everything well,” Very instinctive. He’s fast… He’s got good range. Gets sideline-to-sideline.
Sitting at 2-1, the Patriots find themselves in a familiar situation as while their offense is leading the league in total yards and points per game, their defense isn’t faring quite so well through three weeks.
Tom Brady was looking anything like A.) About to fall off a cliff. B.) Can’t throw the deep ball anymore, C.) A dink & dunk system QB on Sunday.
In this episode, we first looked back at the dramatic Patriots victory on Sunday against the Texans. Later on, we previewed the upcoming game against the Panthers.
Fortunately, the Patriots find themselves sitting at 2-1 after defeating the Texans 36-33 on Sunday, which may be a game we talk about at the end of the year given the fact it may end up having playoff implications should Houston be in the mix in January.
Then the beauty to Cooks, a high-arcing pass that Brady dropped right into the bucket from 25 yards out with just 23 seconds to go
Patriots players seemed to handle the team’s turf much better on Sunday than they did during their Week 1 loss to the Chiefs, but apparently it doesn’t mean that all is well when it comes to the club’s new playing surface.
All the Houston Texans ever needed was a quarterback, and now they finally have one.
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