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Some interesting numbers after five weeks for the Patriots offense, with a different take on some stats after comparing some totals at this point last season. Here’s a little good news, bad news after looking things over.
Opinion: Just when you thought the NFL couldn’t fall any lower after last fall, they hit rock bottom and began to dig. The NFL has passed a new policy about […]
The Patriots are releasing the 2nd year player from Troy with a failed non-football injury designation according to ESPN’s Field Yates.
The Patriots defense was dissected and shredded for over 500 yards of offense (374 passing, 164 rushing) by the Eagles who also gashed them for 41 points.
The Giants players called Belichick “Doom” because of his harping on the minutiae of mistakes he’d pick out from a game film
Pressure with the front four is a key here, coincidentally the Patriots have had 11 sacks in their two playoff games, something no one is mentioning.
The Patriots scored one more point offensively than the Eagles 458-457, and the Eagles allowed one less point defensively than the Patriots 295-296. It doesn’t get much closer than that points wise.
Bill Belichick is simply the best in the world at preparing his team and being aware of situational football scenarios and handling them
This is our review of the Patriots victory against the Jaguars in the AFC Championship Game. We also talked about the NFC Championship Game and finished the show by discussing the coaching carousel in the NFL that involves two Patriots assistant coaches.
And in the 16 years that Brady has been the starting quarterback for the Patriots, they’re going to their eighth Super Bowl in Minneapolis in two weeks
Brady was 26-38 for 290 yards with two touchdowns. Amendola had seven catches for 84 yards and two touchdowns.
With all the talk of the Jaguars defense (and it is deserved), no one is talking about New England’s defense which has been very stingy in allowing points.
The Patriots and Jaguars meet on Sunday afternoon for the AFC Championship Game and the right to move on to the Super Bowl in Minneapolis. The teams don’t play each […]
In this episode, we previewed the upcoming AFC Championship Game as the Patriots will face the Jaguars at Gillette Stadium. We also looked back at the Divisional Round victory for the Pats against the Titans.
Jacksonville, behind the power running of Leonard Fournette, play-action passing of Blake Bortles and that tough opportunistic defense raced out to a 21-0 lead
|TheAthletic - Jan 22nd, 2021|