End of an era? Save that for March when some famous quarterback’s contract expires.
Saturday night’s loss to the Titans was certainly disappointing, leaving the Patriots on the outside looking in and marking the start of an offseason full of questions. Here are some thoughts following this one.
Some quick thoughts as we turn the page to the postseason.
Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman is an intricate part of New England’s offense and it’s safe to say that he’s certainly been proving his toughness more than ever this season.
There are many Patriots fans out there who may be hoping that embattled receiver Antonio Brown might make a return to New England, but it appears that the door for that option may finally be closed.
Points were at a premium and it was New England who came away on top, beating Dallas 13-9 on a rain-soaked field in front of the home crowd. Here are some thoughts on the win.
The Patriots have the best defense on the planet, and needed every bit of it to hold off the Dallas Cowboys and their number one offense.
Much like their game against Baltimore, Sunday’s contest against the Eagles was a difficult battle, but New England managed to come away with a 17-10 win to improve to 9-1 on the season.
The Patriots improved to 8-0 on Sunday with their win over the Browns and here are some thoughts on the victory.
With just one day until game day, here are some thoughts as we finish out this week before Sunday’s showdown against the Cleveland Browns.
It’s hard not to wonder how we’ll someday look back on this defense given the performance they’ve put forth so far through the first seven weeks of the season.
Sunday’s game against the Bills went down as one of the toughest ones for the Patriots so far this season and here are some thoughts on the win.
Brown fired off a series of Tweets Sunday unloading on everyone, with the NFL, Ben Roethlisberger and even Patriots owner Robert Kraft in his crosshairs.
They say for some people, they’re their own worst enemy and that certainly appears to be the case for now-former Patriots receiver Antonio Brown.
The Patriots may not have known about Antonio Brown’s troubles when they first brought him in, but after learning about new allegations against the receiver Friday, they apparently decided enough was enough.