- PATSFANS.COM HOME
- LATEST ENTRIES
- LOCAL PATRIOTS NEWSFEED
- 2021 PATRIOTS CAMP NEWS
- PATRIOTS SCHEDULE
- NFL NEWS
Here’s a look at the latest NE Patriots News and NFL Notes for Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021.
Good morning, here is your Sunday Patriots news 11-24 and AFC East notes this week. Gameday! The Patriots are back home to face the Dallas Cowboys later this afternoon. Quick […]
With the players they added this spring, Dawson is far from safe. He and Crossen may be fighting it out for the final corner slot.
It will be interesting to see if Watson can, at age 38 work into a regular role on the offense. LaCosse showed flashes in Denver
In the final 4 games of the year for the Colts, Inman notched 17 catches for 231 yards and three TDs. He locked down the Indy #2 WR position
Watson began his career in New England as a first-round draft pick (#32) in 2004. He played the first six years of his career with the Patriots
Pro Football Focus had Winovich as their 29th highest rated player going into the draft, so the Pats bringing him in at #77 is pretty good value
Harry was very productive (213 catches in 37 games) and he’ll make those contested catches as well as use his body to box out defenders
Thomas had five straight 1000 yard seasons between 2012-2016 but has had his numbers dropping off for the past several years.
we’d have a scrimmage at the Cleveland Browns, and Belichick would chew my butt out, man. He’d say, ‘Let the players play.’
Brady will have to lean on everybody else now. I would expect him to go both Julian Edelman (9-104) and James White (10-79) as he did in the first meeting
The game against the Steelers can be summed by the A. Penalties, B. Red Zone and C. Run Defense. And all three of those areas, the Patriots rate A’s as in Appalling, Awful and Atrocious.
With a win today and a Miami loss or tie, the Patriots would clinch the AFC East for the 10th year in a row, breaking a tie with the Cowboys and Colts for the most consecutive years making the playoff
Playoffs Start Early For Both Teams The New England Patriots head to what seems an annual trip to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers in a very important game for […]
Tannehill isn’t throwing the ball 75+ yards in the air and even if he does, the team just signed 6’4 Obi Melifonwu who has a 40-inch vertical leap and can run like a scalded dog.
|NBC Sports Boston - Aug 3rd, 2021|