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Down in Jacksonville the Jaguars are still reeling from the beating they took at the hands of the Patriots Sunday.
The Patriots defense is still very much a work in progress after three games. But with a nice blend of youth and experience, the unit will improve each week
On Tuesday afternoon the New England Patriots announced they released running back Tavaris Cadet in a effort to clear roster space following the trade acquisition of linebacker Johnathan Bostic on Monday.
According to a source given to Patriots beat reporter Doug Kyed, the Patriots invited six players into Foxboro for workouts on Tuesday afternoon.
Patriots trade sixth round pick to Bears for Linebacker John Bostic
The Patriots offense has been scoring at nearly a 40 point per game clip in the first three games of 2015. As crazy as it sounds, they can be even better
When speaking to the media in his postgame press conference Sunday afternoon, Patriots head coach Bill Belichick noted that when the Jaguars unsuccessfully attempted a fake punt that the Patriots recovered during the third quarter, the team actually failed to do so in practice earlier in the week.
Stephen Gostkowski sets new consecutive made extra points mark.
It didn’t take long for newly signed wideout Keshawn Martin to make a contribution to the Patriots offense.
Tom Brady passed for his 400th career TD pass on Sunday in the Pats 51-17 win over the Jaguars. The Patriots offense is rolling as the team improved to 3-0.
Sunday saw the end of a pretty good streak by Rob Gronkowski, but also saw some other records fall. Meanwhile the Jaguars admitted they’ve got a long way to go to be at New England’s level.
The Patriots look to go into their early bye week 3-0 and if Tom Brady throws a touchdown pass on Sunday it will be the 400th of his career.
Tom Krasovic of the San Diego Tribune had an interesting column on the Patriots on Thursday looking at New England and one conclusion he’s come to after looking at different aspects of this team is pretty simple.
The Patriots face off against the Jaguars on Sunday and look to head into the bye week at 3-0. Here are our three players to watch on Sunday.
As first reported by Field Yates of ESPN.com, the Patriots have extended LB Jonathan Freeny to a 1-year extension.