Raise your hand if the 2020/21 NFL playoff run felt a little…strange.
Sunday’s win over the Jets was a nice way to finish the 2020 season and here are some thoughts as New England moved to 7-9 to close out the campaign.
The Patriots are now left with questions that will need to be answered in the coming months as the team tries to come up with some sort of a plan for the future.
It’s not often that the glass covering the panic button ever comes close to being broken here in New England, but Sunday’s loss to the San Francisco 49ers certainly puts things in perspective.
The Patriots might know how to overcome a 28-3 deficit and win a football game, but the Los Angeles Rams couldn’t quite pull off one of their own after falling to the Bills on Sunday at Orchard Park.
Bill Belichick appears to be pleased with what he’s seen from his defense so far through three games, but he appeared to be happy with how one particular sequence played out on Sunday.
This time once again the shoe was on the other foot as the Patriots were the ones who came up short by a yard against the Seattle Seahawks as the […]
The Patriots travel to Seattle for their first away game of the 2020 season and have a very tough matchup with the Seahawks. Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the […]
Patriots Come Out Running and Running … Welcome back to football, the regular season is finally upon us and we can talk about real football and sit back and enjoy […]
Good morning, here is your Sunday Patriots news 09-13 and AFC East notes this week. Welcome back football. It was nice to watch the Chiefs-Texans game and feel a bit […]
The Patriots’ 2020 NFL season is finally here. To say that there were questions about whether we’d ever get here after the long spring and summer locked down by the […]
Saturday is cut down day and it’s always interesting to see what the Patriots do and how many of their players they have cut get picked up by other teams.
|Pats Pulpit - Jul 30th, 2021|