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The Latest Patriots news and NFL notes for Tuesday, April 26, 2021.
Some Patriots News and NFL Notes for Wednesday March 17, 2021.
Some quick thoughts on this Tuesday.
Patriots Defense/Special Teams Key Big Win The Patriots got back in the win column with a 34-13 win over the lowly and struggling Bengals, The win couldn’t have come at […]
This is the week of Eleven. The Patriots punched their ticket to the postseason with a 34-13 win over Cincinnati and won their 11th game of the season for the […]
the Patriots can dictate where and when the pass rush is coming from. Look for Kyle Van Noy and Jamie Collins to be very active this week.
Reviewing this week’s game film from the Patriots win over the Bengals highlights a couple of key plays that led to the victory.
Gronk and Bennett’s combined numbers a week ago were 11 catches for 176 yards and three TDs. On Sunday, they had 12 catches for 210 yards and a touchdown.
Brady followed up his big game in Cleveland with another gem. He completed 29 of 35 for 376 yards and three touchdowns with Gronk having a career day.
Welcome back to Gillette Stadium TB12.
This will be the first home game for Tom Brady since his suspension ended a week ago. Gillette will be loud and rocking, and NE should keep it that way.
The Patriots passing game transformed in the blink of an eye once Brady stepped back on the field. They finally resemble the unit we waited to see.
The offensive line isn’t playing well allowing 17 sacks and is averaging only 3.4 yards per carry. With Jeremy Hill and Giovanni Bernard, that is too low.
Another week and another marquee NFL player is sidelined with a serious injury. Ben Roethlisberger was off to a fantastic start of the 2015 NFL season but will reportedly be out 4-6 weeks after suffering a medial collateral ligament sprain and bone bruise from a low hit in the pocket by St. Louis safety Mark Barron in the third quarter of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ 12-6 victory over the Rams on Sunday. Big Ben had completed over 75% of his passes this season and was leading the league with 10.2 pass attempts; in the first two games of the year Roethlisberger threw for a whopping 720 yards, and was picking the St. Louis defense apart, completing 20 of 24 passes before the unfortunate hit.