With just one day until game day, here are some thoughts as we finish out this week before Sunday’s showdown against the Cleveland Browns.
It’s hard not to wonder how we’ll someday look back on this defense given the performance they’ve put forth so far through the first seven weeks of the season.
With New England improving to 5-0 on the season, here are some thoughts coming off their win over Washington.
It’s been a tough start to the season for Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski, who started out last Sunday’s game with another extra point miss during the team’s win over the Bills.
How good have the Patriots been against opposing quarterbacks this season compared to 2018? The results are pretty staggering so far.
Sunday’s game against the Bills went down as one of the toughest ones for the Patriots so far this season and here are some thoughts on the win.
New defensive coach Jerod Mayo has been terrific during three games and it’s clear that his addition to the staff has been a perfect fit.
Brown fired off a series of Tweets Sunday unloading on everyone, with the NFL, Ben Roethlisberger and even Patriots owner Robert Kraft in his crosshairs.
They say for some people, they’re their own worst enemy and that certainly appears to be the case for now-former Patriots receiver Antonio Brown.
The Patriots may not have known about Antonio Brown’s troubles when they first brought him in, but after learning about new allegations against the receiver Friday, they apparently decided enough was enough.
The Patriots just released their inactive list for today’s game against the Dolphins, which features a few notable names among those not playing this afternoon.
One thing Antonio Brown hopefully realized Sunday night is that there’s a stark difference between where he’s been and how Tom Brady and Bill Belichick do things in Foxboro.
The Patriots got off to a solid start on Sunday night, making a statement in front of the home crowd after embarrassing the Steelers with a 33-3 win at Gillette Stadium.
Julian Edelman played a key role in the Patriots first touchdown Sunday night.
There was a surprising development on Saturday as the saga with Antonio Brown came to an end in Oakland, but his future for 2019 with see him join Tom Brady and the Patriots’ offense.
|Boston.com - Oct 29th, 2020|