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New England Patriots News 1-22, AFC East Notes
New England Patriots News 1-22, AFC East Notes

With a win, this evening, either the Patriots or the Steelers return to the Super Bowl for a record ninth time.

3 years ago
Pittsburgh Steelers at New England Patriots: Full Team Stats, Odds, More
Pittsburgh Steelers at New England Patriots: Full Team Stats, Odds, More

Sunday’s American Football Conference Championship Game pits the two teams that have ruled the AFC this millennium. Including next month’s game in Houston, either the Steelers or Patriots will have represented the AFC in the Super Bowl ten times since 2001.

3 years ago
Patriots – Steelers AFC Championship Key Matchups
Patriots – Steelers AFC Championship Key Matchups

The winner will go to the Super Bowl for the ninth time…most in NFL history. If there is a better barometer for continued excellence, I don’t know it.

3 years ago
QB Play, Balance, Why Patriots-Steelers Find Success
QB Play, Balance, Why Patriots-Steelers Find Success

Since 2003 the AFC has been represented once in the Super Bowl by a QB not named Brady, Roethlisberger or Manning. That was in 2012 with Joe Flacco

3 years ago
Five Patriots Players to Watch Against the Texans
Five Patriots Players to Watch Against the Texans

Ryan leads the team with 92 tackles and is solid in run support as well as three QB hits and a sack blitzing from the slot.

3 years ago
Patriots – Texans Divisional Playoffs, Keys to the Game
Patriots – Texans Divisional Playoffs, Keys to the Game

This is where we’re supposed to join in on the chorus forewarning you not to overlook the Texans and that they’re a different team than the unit than Week 3

3 years ago
Patriots Playoff Opponents, Five More Texans Impressions
Patriots Playoff Opponents, Five More Texans Impressions

Houston has two big tight ends C.J. Fiedorowicz caught 54 passes for 559 yards and four touchdowns. Ryan Griffin made 50 catches for 442 yards and 2 TDs.

3 years ago
Fitzy’s Wicked Pissah #1 Cast
Fitzy’s Wicked Pissah #1 Cast

The New England Patriots are the number one seed in the playoffs. The Pats finished the NFL 2016 regular season with a 14-2 record. Despite the best efforts of Roger Goodell on behalf of certain despicable owners such as Jim Irsay, Woody Jones, John Mara, Jerry Jones, no other team finished with a better record than the Patriots.

4 years ago
NFL Wild Card Playoff Scenarios Entering Week 17
NFL Wild Card Playoff Scenarios Entering Week 17

Pittsburgh and Houston are locked in as the number three and four seeds respectively. That leaves three games to determine the conference playoff seeding. The three AFC games that actually matter today are Miami at New England, Kansas City at San Diego and Oakland at Denver. There are a total of eight possible combined outcomes to those games.

4 years ago
NFL Week 17 Playoff Picture: AFC #1 Seed Still Up For Grabs
NFL Week 17 Playoff Picture: AFC #1 Seed Still Up For Grabs

The Buccaneers deserve their own category simply because their playoff scenario is stranger than Rex Ryan’s proclivity for hidden cameras in an orthopedic surgeon’s office. Not only do the Bucs need a game to end in a tie, they also need two meaningless non-conference games to end in their favor. Oh, and for the Niners to beat Seattle too.

4 years ago
Patriots need to improve third down defense against Broncos
Patriots need to improve third down defense against Broncos

For most of the season the topic of conversation in regards to the New England Patriots has centered on the performance of the offensive line. While that unit has at times deserved scrutiny, the return of Sebastian Vollmer has seemed to have stabilized the group. Overlooked has been what may be the real Achilles heel for this squad as they battle the Denver Broncos on Sunday: the team’s third down defense.

4 years ago
Patriots, Panthers both open as 3-point favorites
Patriots, Panthers both open as 3-point favorites

The New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers have both opened up as 3-point favorites in early odds for the NFL conference championship games for the 2015-2016 season. The Patriots travel to Denver to play the Broncos at 3:00 pm ET on Sunday, while the Panthers host the Arizona Cardinals at 6:40 pm Sunday. The notable difference in these two betting lines is that New England is a 3-point favorite despite playing on the road, while Carolina is only favored by three while playing at home.

4 years ago
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