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The most important stat per Belichick is points allowed by the defense. The Patriots are currently third in the NFL allowing only 16.5 points per game
This is another episode with PatsFans.com and Bleacher Report writer Lee Schechter. During the show we discussed Lee’s article entitled ” The Jamie Collins Trade Was Shocking, but Let’s Make the Case for It”. Lee shared his thoughts on the Jamie Collins trade.
One thing about Belichick is that he doesn’t care what people think, doesn’t pay attention to the media and will put himself out there for criticism.
Tom Brady threw four touchdown passes to four different receivers and shortly after halftime, the results of this one were no longer in any doubt
Since taking over the starting duties in 2001, Brady is 25-3 against the Bills with one of those losses, a 16-9 regular season finale
In this episode, we looked back at the victory for the Patriots against the Steelers, and later on we previewed the upcoming game against the Bills.
“Bill Russell taught me this,” Belichick said. “In a way, a silent leader in some respects is more powerful than a more vocal leader”
In this episode, we talked to PatsFans.com and Bleacher Report writer Lee Shechter who wrote an interesting article about Stephen Gostkowski. Later on in this episode, we discussed Lee’s grades for the Patriots against the Bengals.
In this episode, we looked back at the victory for the Patriots against the Bengals and later on we previewed the upcoming game with the Steelers.
On Sunday, Brady targeted White nine times in the passing game, tied for the team lead with Gronkowski in the Patriots win.
In this episode, Steve Balestrieri and Derek Havens looked back at the Browns victory for the Pats, and later on they previewed the game against the Bengals.
On the Patriots first four drives, Brady was a stellar 14 of 16 for 248 yards and two touchdowns. One of the incompletions was a drop from Julian Edelman.
By this time tomorrow, the suspensions for both Tom Brady and Rob Ninkovich will be over… “what a long, strange trip it’s been.”
Playing their divisional rival Buffalo always has a special feel to it, even more so these last two years with Rex Ryan at the helm.
The Patriots will welcome back both QB Tom Brady and DE Rob Ninkovich on Monday. Two of the current members of the roster will have to be cut to make room