Category Archives: Patriots Video

VIDEO: Matthew Slater – The Patriots’ Glue Man

Robert Alvarez
January 10, 2020 at 10:33 am ET

New England Patriots special teams captain Matthew Slater completed his 12th NFL season in 2019.

This week, The Athletic released a documentary profiling Slater’s career so far and his importance with the franchise.

“Despite suffering a stunning playoff loss, New England special teams superstar Matthew Slater made history this season with a record eighth Pro Bowl selection. As The Athletic discovered, win or lose, Slater is the glue holding the Patriots together.”

Take a behind the scenes look into what it takes to be “the glue man” in the link below.

VIDEO: NFL Throwback – Willie McGinest Sets NFL Playoffs Sack Record

Robert Alvarez
at 10:32 am ET

Earlier this week, the NFL Throwback Twitter account shared footage from one of Willie McGinest’s most memorable games as a Patriot.

During the 2005 Wild Card game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, McGinest set the NFL Playoffs single game record with 4.5 sacks and added to his NFL postseason record total of 16 sacks.

The 2005 Wild Card performance marked McGinest’s final win in a Patriot uniform.

The Patriots fell to the Denver Broncos the following week in the Divisional Round and McGinest signed a three-year deal with the Cleveland Browns in the offseason where his career would finish.

Take a look back in the link below.

VIDEO: On The Sidelines Of Dolphins vs. Patriots

Robert Alvarez
January 3, 2020 at 10:45 am ET

Week 17 did not go the way the New England Patriots would have liked.

Check out what went wrong in their stunning 27-24 home loss to the Miami Dolphins with sights and sounds from the sidelines during the game.

The defeat knocked the Patriots into the three seed and a date with the Tennessee Titans this Saturday night.

A Collection Of 2020 Playoff Hype Videos

Robert Alvarez
at 10:41 am ET

The Patriots quest to repeat as Super Bowl champions is a day away.

Get pumped up for Saturday night’s wild card match up with some hype videos courtesy of the team and some very creative fans.

For the third time under Bill Belichick,  the Patriots will square off with the Tennessee Titans in the playoffs.

Start with the Patriots official 2019 Playoffs hype video entitled “Earned Not Given”.

“Tenetriot – Tenet Trailer Parody” by YouTube user Casey L

“99 Patriot Problems” by YouTube user Toad 

“New England Patriots 2020 Playoff Hype” by YouTube user Spencer Weeks of GuyBostonSports.com 

“2020 Official Patriots Playoff Hype Trailer” by YouTube user Bryan Mallett

“Patriots Playoff Hype Video 2019 – The Rise of Skywalker” by YouTube user Dave Czuba 

“Billy Beat World” by YouTube user Ian Biggs

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VIDEO: Tom Brady To Be Featured On New Episode Of “Peyton’s Places”

Robert Alvarez
at 10:41 am ET

A new episode of “Peyton’s Places” is set to be released on Saturday over the ESPN+ streaming service.

This latest episode features Patriots quarterback Tom Brady reminiscing on one of football’s greatest rivalries with Peyton Manning as they hit golf balls in Jim Nantz’ backyard.

Outside of playing on the football field, the episode marks the first time in television history Brady and Manning have appeared together.

A teaser trailer was shared over Twitter this week promoting the show and includes some revelations from Brady’s early playing days.

Check it out in the link below.

Brady shared a selfie of the duo during filming last summer over Instagram.

“Spoiler Alert…we were friends this whole time. Always great to see you Peyton!”, Brady wrote in a caption.

VIDEO: Elite Eats With Kyle Van Noy – Chase Winovich

Robert Alvarez
December 27, 2019 at 10:46 am ET

Kyle Van Noy released his final episode of the season for Elite Eats on YouTube Friday.

“New England Patriots Linebacker Kyle Van Noy and Defensive End Chase Winovich swing by Boston’s Quincy Market in Faneuil Hall. The historic market has 18 restaurants and 35 eateries inside. Chase and Kyle hit four of the spots for a “world tour” of fast casual foods. Along the way, they talk about Chase’s chocolate-based motivation, his budding friendship with Tom Brady, and his $7,000 touchdown mistake.”

For more, check out and subscribe to Van Noy’s YouTube channel Vibin’ with Van Noy’s.

VIDEO: Julian Edelman’s Silly YouTube Video Outtakes

Robert Alvarez
December 26, 2019 at 10:49 am ET

Julian Edelman was back with some video content on his YouTube channel this week.

Check out some funny bloopers and outtakes from the many web videos Edelman has created over the years.

Edelman releases a new video every Wednesday on his YouTube channel.

VIDEO: Sights And Sounds From The Patriots Week 16 Victory

Robert Alvarez
at 10:34 am ET

The Patriots earned their eleventh consecutive AFC East division title with a  24-17 victory over the Buffalo Bills last Sunday.

For the ninth time in ten seasons the Patriots have won 12 or more games.

Check out sights and sounds from the Patriots sidelines and the locker room celebrations following the game.

Best Of Social Media: Week 16 Bills vs Patriots

Robert Alvarez
December 24, 2019 at 10:54 am ET

The Patriots returned home to Gillette Stadium for a rare Saturday night matchup with the rival Buffalo Bills.

With a win, the Patriots would clinch their 11th consecutive AFC East title and remain on track for a first round bye in the playoffs as the two seed.

Check out all the best sights and sounds as they occurred over social media from the game below.

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In the first quarter, the Bills made it known earlier this team was different than past years.

A forced fumble by safety Jordan Poyer gave the Bills an opportunity for points and a lead.

A Stephen Hauschka 35 yard field Goal gave the Bills the early road lead.

The Patriots responded, with quarterback Tom Brady finding tight end Matt Lacosse for a 7-3 lead after a quarter.

The second quarter opened with Brady continuing his hot start, passing aside, Brady also showed off his rare blocking abilities.

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Let’s Ride‼️

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A Nick Folk 36 yard field goal pushed the lead to seven. 10-7 Patriots midway through the second.

With the clock winding down on the first half, the Bills continued to show their resiliency and creativity.

A big man touchdown for Bills lineman Dion Dawkins tied the game at ten going into halftime.

Rex Burkhead bounced back from his earlier mistake to setup a go-ahead field goal with career highs in receiving yards.

A 13-10 Patriots lead following a Nick Folk 51 yard good attempt.

Once again the Bills battled back on the heels of Josh Allen’s arm.

A John Brown 53 yard touchdown pass Allen gave the Bills a 17-13 after three quarters.

Needing a spark on offense, who else but Julian Edelman to get it going for the Patriots to open the fourth quarter.

The Bills defense held up, and the Patriots had to settle with a Nick Folk 20 Yd Field Goal to cut the deficit to one at 17-16.

With five minutes to go in the game, and the Patriots defense remaining stout, a Brady QB sneak setup the go-ahead winning score.

A Rex Burkhead rushing touchdown following by a successful two-point conversion to Julian Edelman gave the Patriots a 24-17 lead.

Now trailing by seven, Allen and the Bills had one more opportunity to keep the game alive and force overtime.

A defensive stop inside the 15 gave the Patriots the victory and a division title.

The Patriots move to 12-3 with a 24-17 victory over the Bills.

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The force is strong in my family…

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My savages!! Great pic @adamrichinsphoto

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Hats&T-Shirts.

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The fam ❤️

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VIDEO: Randy Moss Selected To NFL All Time Team, Chats With Bill Belichick

Robert Alvarez
at 10:53 am ET

Last Friday, Pro Football Hall of Fame wide receiver Randy Moss earned a spot on the NFL 100 All Time Team.

Check out Moss’ chat with the All Time Team panel of Bill Belichick, Rich Eisen, Cris Collinsworth and fellow All Time Team member, wide receiver Jerry Rice in the video below.