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The Patriots had another come-from-behind win in their third preseason game as Stephen Gostkowski boomed a 53-yard field goal with six minutes to go.
With two preseason games in the books there is again some movement in the 53-man Patriots roster. With two games to go, there is still time for change.
The Patriots and Saints should each play their starters a bit more this week as they gear up for the regular season. This should be a good matchup for each
Week one is in the books, and here’s a look at some players in the AFC East and on the Patriots that helped their stock, while others didn’t fare as well.
Good morning, here are Sunday’s Patriots news notes and what’s happening around the division: Roberts, Flowers Have Great Starts Before Being Injured: In Thursday’s preseason opener the Patriots had a […]
The Patriots conducted their 12th practice of training camp on Saturday morning in shorts and shells while the heat and humidity was high by the time the session was only halfway over.
Bill Belichick wasn’t pleased with the sloppy performance as his comments immediately after the game would suggest.
Thursday night’s game against Green Bay saw some players have a strong performance, while some others still have some work cut out for them in the weeks ahead as the Patriots preseason continues.
While many of the starters won’t see a ton of snaps which will probably end by the first quarter but it doesn’t mean that the game isn’t a compelling watch.
The Patriots have been searching for depth for their edge players as Ninkovich and Jones the past few years have been playing far too many snaps. Jones was injured and missed six games upon his return in 2014. Now the pieces are in place for them to do exactly that.
One of the key players to watch during the Patriots’ training camp has been DE Jabaal Sheard. He’s off to a very solid start and is primed for a key role.
|TheAthletic - Sep 18th, 2021|
|CBS Boston - Sep 17th, 2021|