Here are some thoughts on Sunday afternoon’s Patriots win over the Raiders.
The Patriots might know how to overcome a 28-3 deficit and win a football game, but the Los Angeles Rams couldn’t quite pull off one of their own after falling to the Bills on Sunday at Orchard Park.
Bill Belichick appears to be pleased with what he’s seen from his defense so far through three games, but he appeared to be happy with how one particular sequence played out on Sunday.
The Patriots fought hard on Sunday night and despite falling behind battled back and came up a yard short in a 35-30 loss to the Seahawks out in Seattle. Here are some thoughts coming off of this one.
Here’s a quick rundown of all the other games around the league on Sunday.
Sunday’s win over the Dolphins was a nice start for a Patriots team that’s making a new start without the departed Tom Brady and here’s a quick rundown of some thoughts as New England kicks off 2020 with a 1-0 record.
Cam Newton’s first game as a Patriot went off without a hitch on Sunday, with the team coming away with a big win over Miami at Gillette Stadium.
Looking back at the 2003 season, one of the defining moments of that year came in Week 1 following the Patriots blowout loss to the Bills in Week 1.
Final Patriots roster cuts tend to be interesting each season here in New England and Saturday’s certainly didn’t disappoint.
Tom Brady’s final season was one that will likely be remembered for the wrong reasons, and Wednesday’s release of Mohammed Sanu will certainly be one of them.
With the Patriots hitting the field for the first time on Wednesday as the 2020 Training Camp gets underway, here are some thoughts now the football is back.
In a move that will probably make a few people happy, the league decided on Thursday to cut the number of preseason games in half for the 2020 exhibition season.
This time of year tends to be the home stretch for players who are trying to enjoy some additional days with their families before the start of football. Instead, this year may see the coronavirus cause them to cut that short.
Coming off of the 2019 season, one final detail still remained as the NFL apparently took six months to finally make a determination following their investigation into an incident involving the team’s film crew last December.
Heading into training camp, all signs seemed to point to second-year quarterback Jarrett Stidham as the potential starter for the Patriots heading into 2020. Hold that thought.
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