Some Patriots and NFL News and notes for this morning.
Take a look back at the Patriots memorable 1998 victory over the San Francisco 49ers as Scott Zolak takes over for an injured Drew Bledsoe.
Patriots’ offense Looked Strong, Wilson Torched Defense We wrote a week ago in our keys and have spoken on a couple of different podcasts about the skills that Russell Wilson […]
This time once again the shoe was on the other foot as the Patriots were the ones who came up short by a yard against the Seattle Seahawks as the […]
Good morning, here is your Sunday Patriots news 09-20 and AFC East notes this week. It is good to have football back. It is the welcome escape from the pandemic […]
Bill Belichick’s mother passes away of natural causes at age 98.
With the Patriots coming off of a productive week of practice and just a couple of sessions left before the countdown to training camp begins, here are some thoughts as we kick off this week.
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,
In this episode we talked again to Lee Schecther who is a writer for PatsFans.com and Bleacher Report. Lee was on to discuss his very interesting article entitled “The Patriots Have a “Scheme” Problem, Not a Talent Issue on Defense.” Co-hosting this episode was Steve Balestrieri.
Pete Carroll comments on Gillete Stadium crowd noise following dramatic win.
The New England Patriots return home to take on the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday Night Football. This will be a rematch of sorts of the 2014 Super Bowl. The game […]
Super Bowl 49 was arguably the most exciting and memorable championship game in the history of the National Football League. On Sunday NFL fans will be treated to a rematch of that epic event as the Seattle Seahawks travel to Foxboro to take on the New England Patriots. Currently these two clubs are favorites to represent their respective conferences at NRG Stadium in Houston on February 5 for Super Bowl 51.
Wilson’s passer rating for the first half was a near perfect 158.0. He finished, 20-26 for 282 yards and two touchdowns for a passer rating of 137.0
Mike Reiss the Patriots most respected beat writer has teamed with NE legend Troy Brown to write the most definitive, can’t-put-down work on Brown’s career
Chris Canty may have been the first nickel back ever taken in the first round. He was a bad pick. He wasn’t the worst.