NFL social media reacts to the passing of James White’s father.
Best social media postings from the Patriots on Fathers Day.
On Monday, linebacker James Harrison formally announced his retirement from the NFL after 15 NFL seasons with a posting on his Instagram account.
James Harrison announces retirement from NFL with Instagram post.
Getting Hightower, Rivers, and Langi back is big. Hightower is a known commodity and he’s the Patriots best defender in the front seven. Rivers and Langi both flashed potential last season.
He did a very good job of setting the edge, providing a sorely needed ability at rushing the passer and was decent dropping into coverage, an issue that plagued the Patriots’ linebackers all year.
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.
Best social media postings from the Patriots send off rally and opening night media session on Monday.
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.
Because it shows the dedication that is needed to not only perform at an elite level in the NFL but to do so at an age where most players are long since retired.
Best social media postings from the New England Patriots AFC Championship victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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.
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