Tom Brady didn’t have much to hold his head high about in the second half of the season. It wasn’t just the fact that the New England Patriots fell on their home turf to the rival Baltimore Ravens, but the manner in which they fell apart in the second half that had many fans
Despite his character’s flawed past, Talib would surely be missed by Patriot Nation if he weren’t signed by the team prior to this upcoming season. You didn’t have to be an avid fan of the 2012 New England Patriots to know that one of their central flaws was the play of their defensive secondary. And
It might very well have been the worst play in NFL history. It certainly was the most embarrassing. Yes, I’m talking about the “Bumble,” the “Poop n’ Score,” the play that singlehandedly swung momentum in the Pats’ favor during their 49-19 drubbing of the Jets on Thanksgiving Eve. Mark Sanchez dropped back on what appeared
Tom Brady has had no problem completing passes and protecting the football over the last five games. For those of you that said earlier in the season that Tom Brady was showing signs of being done, that he was too old and too fragile to be a quarterback in the NFL anymore, what do
Steve Gregory (28) had an amazing game last night against the Jets, compiling an interception, forced fumble, and fumble recovery for a touchdown. The New England Patriots shined in all aspects of the game on Thanksgiving: their offense marched all over the Jets, defensively
There is no doubt Rob Gronkowski’s broken forearm, which will keep him out four to six weeks, will hurt the Patriot’s offense, but the team will continue to produce without him. They have too many weapons not too. Yes, Gronk is a major part of the offense, but other players will step up and produce.
Stevan Ridley has been a pleasant surprise for Pats fans this season, as he is on pace to eclipse 1,400 yards by season’s end. For those of you who honestly believed that the Patriots would slaughter the St. Louis Rams this past Sunday, you have more faith than I in the hometown team. Sure,
Marshaun Lynch is one of the NFL’s most elite backs, with a 4.5 yards-per-carry average, 101.6 yards per game, and two touchdowns on the season (ranked third). Come Sunday, the crowd inside Seattle’s CenturyLink Field won’t be the only hostile group of individuals ready to pounce on the Patriots. The Seahawks have a very hard-hitting,