Good morning, here is your Sunday Patriots news 01-12 and AFC East notes this week. With the Patriots out of the playoffs, it is strange without a football game to […]
Patriots Improve to 6-0 but Got Banged Up On Thursday Time to clean out the notebook from the Giants and begin to move on to Week 7. The Patriots are […]
Mini-Bye Week Comes a Great Time for NE The Patriots are 6-0 and defeated the New York Giants 35-14 but this one went unlike most had envisioned on Thursday night […]
The Patriots are back home in Gillette Stadium to face the New York Giants. With the short week to prepare, the game plans for either team will probably be […]
The Patriots return home on a short week to take on the New York Giants on Thursday Night Football. The team has the opportunity to begin the season 6-0 and […]
The New York Giants are hurting, injury-wise coming into the Week 6 game with the Patriots. If there isn’t enough reason to hate Thursday Night Football, besides the asinine uniforms […]
In this episode of Patriots Fourth And Two. we looked back at the Patriots victory against the Redskins. After that, we talked about the Patriots releasing Ben Watson. Lastly, to finish the show, we previewed the upcoming game for the Patriots against the Giants.
Getting Michel more involved in the passing game just removes some of the predictability that other teams noticed and make this offense harder to stop.
Gordon showed he still has the explosiveness off the line and has the ability to stretch the field vertically which should lend itself well to the offense
This game will be very important to both Gunner Olszewski, and Braxton Berrios. Both showed good promise in the return game
Belichick added that the goal, is to come away “as good a predictor as possible as to how the player will fit in and perform on our team, and in our system,
His cap hit for the Patriots would be $17 million, a $16,750,000 base salary and a $250,000 workout bonus NY would eat his $4 million prorated signing bonus
The NFL announced the 2018 preseason schedule earlier today and the Patriots preseason slate has several familiar foes. The Pats will be at home for their first two weeks of […]
Week 16 is unique, with neither Thursday nor Sunday night football – but with two games on Monday. Five teams have clinched a playoff spot and 14 others are still in contention for the post-season. There are plenty of intriguing games worth watching this weekend and next before the playoffs commence. The theory of home field advantage will be put to a test during these three days. Road teams are favored in ten of the sixteen games this week.
The Patriots versus Raiders in Mexico City highlights a decent slate of pro football games in Week 11. Four games in particular stand out, conveniently with one in each time slot.
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