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?
The Patriots head back out on the road in a big Sunday Night Football matchup with the Houston Texans. The Patriots are trying to stay ahead of the Baltimore Ravens […]
Happy Thanksgiving! Here’s a quick look at the Patriots’ next opponent, the Houston Texans while you wait for your turkey to cook. The Patriots head back out on the road […]
Familiar Faces, Familiar Opponents Face Each Other Again The New England Patriots open the 2018 regular season against the Houston Texans on Sunday afternoon and the conditions are supposed to […]
This is where we’re supposed to join in on the chorus forewarning you not to overlook the Texans and that they’re a different team than the unit than Week 3
Houston has two big tight ends C.J. Fiedorowicz caught 54 passes for 559 yards and four touchdowns. Ryan Griffin made 50 catches for 442 yards and 2 TDs.
The Patriots are 3-0 and one has to wonder how in the world doesn’t Bill Belichick ever get any consideration for Coach of the Year.
New England dominated in all four phases of the game, offense, defense, special teams and coaching in a 27-0 win on Thursday Night.
The Patriots take the field in the second of a three-game home stand to face the Houston Texans on Thursday Night Football.
The New England Patriots will play the Houston Texans on Thursday Night Football at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro. Kickoff is scheduled for 8:30 p.m.
The Patriots return to Foxboro just four days after their win over Miami. They’ll be taking on the 2-0 Houston Texans who have been impressive
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