If the league and the Patriots in particular, want to do something substantive, they could sign Colin Kaepernick.
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 […]
Sunday was an interesting afternoon with a variety of stories from around the league that stood out. We’ll attempt to cover a few of them here each week, including several from yesterday.
Bill Belichick will have plenty of positives and negatives to work with within the upcoming week to prepare for the Jets.
Some New England fans and certain sports talk radio hosts are whining about the New England Patriots not looking impressive enough in their latest win to improve their conference leading record to 8-2. For another perspective here is a sampling of reactions from Northern California to the Patriots’ 30-17 victory over the 49ers.
Tom Brady put the team on his back [again], and finished 24 of 40 for 280 yards with four touchdown passes and no interceptions for a passer rating of 114.6
Good time to get back on track this week The Patriots head out to the West Coast after a close loss last week to the Seahawks on Sunday Night Football. […]
Look for the Patriots to run Blount at least 20 times left behind Nate Solder and Joe Thuney this week and attack the Niners porous 3-4 front seven.
In his last two games, Kaepernick has completed 41 of 69 passes for 608 yards with three touchdowns and one interception and run 15 times for 78 yards.
|Pats Pulpit - Aug 7th, 2020|