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New England Patriots news and NFL notes for Wednesday, April 14, 2021.
Can the Patriots get back to the AFC Championship game? Suddenly that no longer feels impossible.
Joe Thuney agreed to terms with the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday.
Some quick news and notes on this Wednesday.
Raise your hand if the 2020/21 NFL playoff run felt a little…strange.
Anyone who watched Tom Brady go out and do Tom Brady-esque things on Sunday night woke up Monday morning with one sobering thought.
The Patriots still need a quarterback heading into 2021.
Patrick Mahomes isn’t used to losing very often, let alone by a big margin.
Former Patriots defensive end Willie McGinest talked about the upcoming Super Bowl this week during an interview on NFL.com where he talked about his experiences, including how hard it is to win back-to-back titles.
While not all Patriots fans may be happy to see Tom Brady playing this Sunday, one fact alone should give them a good reason to hope he can pull it off against Kansas City.
Brady hasn’t spoken much of Belichick this season, but he told reporters on Monday how much his time working with Belichick meant to him, and said it played a key role in who he is today.
Patriots’ Miss Out on Opportunities to Cash In As we wrote immediately after the game, the time for moral victories is passed, while we can all be excused for seeing […]
Observations on a Brutal Loss The hallmarks of a Bill Belichick team in New England is that they rarely if ever beat themselves and that they pride themselves on playing […]
Good morning, here is your Sunday Patriots news 10-04 and AFC East notes this week. It is hard to believe that after this afternoon’s games, we’ll already be at the […]
Cam Newton found out that he had been tested positive for the COVID-19, coronavirus, and will be quarantined for the immediate next few days at least while other tests are […]
In this episode, we previewed the upcoming game for the Patriots against the Chiefs.