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Notes and Observations Week 11: Patriots Extend Lead in the AFC by Beating Colts 42-20 in Primetime

Until Sunday night, the Patriots had never won in Lucas Oil stadium. It stood as the place where Ahmad Bradshaw reluctantly scored a Super Bowl winning touchdown, and of course the infamous “4th and 2″ play. Last night the Patriots once again asserted their dominance in the AFC. In the process they took another one […]

How the Patriots Can Contain T.Y. Hilton

When the Patriots face the Colts on Sunday, much of the hype surrounding the Colts offense will be centered on quarterback Andrew Luck, and rightfully so. Luck is already a star and is in the process of becoming the next great NFL quarterback, a generational talent. However, the person at the top of the Patriots’ […]

Next Five Games Will Provide Answers for Patriots

When the NFL schedule was released in April, it was evident that the Patriots would have to battle through a tough stretch from late October through mid-December. That stretch began with a blowout home win against a Chicago Bears team that has talent but that has not lived up to expectations. The Patriots followed that […]

Notes and Observations, Divisional Round: Patriots Run Past Colts, Into AFC Championship with 43-22 Victory

This Sunday the Patriots are going to play in the AFC Championship for the third straight year, and the eighth time since 2001. In a league that preaches parity, the Patriots are the only team for the past 13 years that are a constant threat to have a shot at the Super Bowl. It truly […]

Video: Charles Barkley Berates Patriots Fans, Says We Take Team for Granted

On Saturday, Charles Barkley attended the New England Patriots’ 43-22 win over the Indianapolis Colts as a guest of owner Robert Kraft and coach Bill Belichick. Afterwards, he had some choice words for Patriots fans, which can be seen below. (Warning: Barkleys drops some strong language in the video.) So Mr. Barkley, you think we take […]

Tom Brady Ranked Worst Quarterback Remaining in the Playoffs

In a season where Tom Brady has had to overcome countless offensive obstacles to lead his team to a 12-4 record and a fifth consecutive AFC East crown, he is somehow considered the worst quarterback remaining in the playoffs. Thanks to this article posted by The Sporting News, Tom Brady has the perfect bulletin board […]

An Early Look at Patriots-Texans Divisional Round Playoff Game

Thanks to the Houston Texans’ 28-16 loss at Indianapolis last Sunday, the Patriots secured the AFC’s second seed and a first-round playoff bye with their own 28-0 drubbing of Miami. This will be the third straight year that New England will avoid the Wild Card round. The Patriots will return to action on Jan. 13 […]

Patriots-Colts Week 11: Notes and Observations

- The first thing that we all took away from this game is the injury to Rob Gronkowski. The injury definitely hurts as Gronk does a lot more for the offense than just catch passes and spike footballs. He is one of the more dominant blocking tight ends in the NFL today and his presence […]

Patriots Getting Ready for Andrew Luck, a Rookie Quarterback Playing Like a Veteran

This year has been notable for many things in the NFL, one being the high number of rookie quarterbacks starting. This may have had something to do with the success of 2011 rookies Andy Dalton and Cam Newton, as each started every game last year. This year there have been five first-year quarterbacks who have […]

PATS on the Back: Week 11 vs. Indianapolis

Another week, another hard-fought win for the scrappy New England Patriots. This time the win was extra sweet, as it was over Peyton Manning and the hated Indianapolis Colts. The Pats may have had trouble putting the Colts away late in the game, but we’ll let you negative nancies focus on that part. Instead, let’s […]

The Couch Potato Report: Pats, Sox, B’s, and New Stewie!

We have arrived at the last weekend of September. In TV Land, that means season premiere time. This is the time when the networks bring back their big name dramas and sitcoms, while sprinkling in new shows that they hope will catch on like wildfire. Gone are the dog days of summer, when we were […]