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Patriots News and NFL Notes for Thursday, May 20, 2021.
Last season certainly didn’t turn out quite the way many people had hoped and if he had it all to do over again, it sounds like former Patriots wide receiver Phillip Dorsett would have also done things differently.
But if there is one caveat to this news, is that his new extension makes no mention of a new or added title to Caserio’s name.
The best social media postings from the Patriots on Valentines Day.
End of an era? Save that for March when some famous quarterback’s contract expires.
Saturday night’s loss to the Titans was certainly disappointing, leaving the Patriots on the outside looking in and marking the start of an offseason full of questions. Here are some thoughts following this one.
But both he and the team started slowly against a team that was 28th in pass defense. Brady was 2-4 for 10 yards in the first quarter.
“It’s like if you’re an artist and you’re talking with Picasso, you know?” Niumatalolo said about speaking with Belichick. “It made me realize that I don’t know crap about football.”
the Patriots can dictate where and when the pass rush is coming from. Look for Kyle Van Noy and Jamie Collins to be very active this week.
Patriots fall to 10-3, Poor Execution Once Again Offensively Sinks Team The Patriots dropped their second game in a row, a hard-fought 23-16 game against the Kansas City Chiefs. Once […]
Harry broke to the outside, and launched himself over the pylon for what appeared to be a touchdown.
The Patriots offense has been scuffling along for the majority of the 2019 season and we’re now three-quarters of the way through. The team struggles in the red zone, on […]
The rest of the wide receivers not named Edelman were …in a word, awful. No separation, blown routes, lining up in the wrong place, not catching contested passes. Did we miss anything?
With this frustrating loss to the Texans behind us, here are some thoughts coming off of a tough night in Houston.