// Julian Edelman

Notes and Observations Week 3: Patriots Stomp Out the Jaguars 51-17 As They Head Into the Bye Week

For most of the other 31 teams in the league this could easily have been a trap game. The Patriots have beenĀ rolling offensively to start the year and the Jaguars just are not on the same level as New England. With the bye week following this game it could have been easy for the Patriots […]

Notes and Observations Week 2: Patriots Remind Everyone Who Runs the AFC East; Defeat Bills 40-32

Just like every year the hype starts up around the other teams in the AFC East with all the geniuses at ESPN claiming this is the year the Patriots get dethroned. With Rex Ryan taking over as head coach of the Buffalo Bills the “experts” laid on the hype thick and often. Rex did what […]

Edelman, Patriots To Face Stout Bills Defense

The Patriots are gearing up to play the Bills this weekend at Ralph Wilson Stadium in Buffalo. Bills’ head coach Rex Ryan has challenged the fan base and promised a roaring crowd on Sunday afternoon. As every football fan knows the louder a home crowd is when the opposing team is on offense, the harder […]

Notes and Observations Week 1: Brady Nearly Perfect as Patriots Beat Steelers on Banner Night

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Football has returned and our defending champion New England Patriots came out with fire on banner night. Tom Brady came out to an incredible ovation as was expected after the way he was treated for the past eight months. The “Where is Roger” chants were perfect and […]

NFL Network Airing 2014 Patriots “America’s Game” on Tuesday

In what has become a yearly tradition, NFL Network will air “America’s Game” a special on the previous season’s champion on Tuesday. The hour long special will follow the 2014 Patriots from training camp through their Super Bowl win in February. The special will air at 10 pm eastern and feature interviews with Julian Edelman, […]

Reggie Wayne Signs $3 Million Contract with Patriots

The Patriots signed long-time Indianapolis Colts receiver Reggie Wayne to a 1-year, $3M contract this week. Wayne, a 14-year veteran, was not resigned by the Colts and was sought after by the Patriots and the Green Bay Packers as injuries at the wide receiver position have plagued both teams heading into the season. The soon-to-be-37-year-old […]

Patriots 2014-2015 Position Review: Wide Receiver

Current Personnel: Julian Edelman, Danny Amendola, Brandon LaFell, Brian Tymms, Brandon Gibson, Aaron Dobson, Kevin Dorsey, Matthew Slater, Josh Boyce Need Level: Low Possible fits: Rashad Greene (FSU), Ty Montgomery (Stanford), Nelson Agholor (USC) The Patriots have a plethora of slot/ possession receivers that have a strong rapport with Tom Brady.

Notes and Observations, Super Bowl XLIX: Patriots are Champions Again!

Super Bowl XLIX lived up to the hype and then some. Sunday night saw the match-up of the two best teams in the NFL go down to the wire to decide the champion. Every snap counted and every second felt like an eternity, which is exactly how the Super Bowl is supposed to be. As […]

ICYMI: Julian Edelman Wins #TBT with Growing Pats Video

It’s over. No… not deflate-gate, unfortunately. What’s over is anyone trying to top Julian Edelman’s #TBT this week: This certainly was a welcome distraction this week.

Forget Deflate-Gate: Let’s Look Back to the Actual AFC Championship Game…

The past two seasons we have grown accustomed to watching the Patriots blowout their divisional round opponent only to lose in the AFC Championship game. This year they changed things up for the better. Last week we all sat on the edge of our seats while the Patriots erased two 14-point deficits on route to […]

Notes and Observations Divisional Playoffs: Patriots Advance to Fourth Straight AFC Championship, Beat Ravens 35-31

What an incredible game we all witnessed Saturday night. From start to finish, as a fan, you didn’t have a second to catch your breath. Every snap mattered and in the end it was a couple key plays that turned the tide of the game. The Ravens have been one of the few teams that […]

Notes and Observations Week 17: Bills Beat a Disinterested Patriots Team 17-9

It is certainly refreshing to have a team so successful that the last game of the season is completely meaningless. Yes, it wasn’t the best 60-minutes of Patriots football, but it didn’t have to be. All that mattered was getting out of that game without any injuries and giving some players who normally don’t see […]

Notes and Observations Week 16: Patriots Escape from New York with 17-16 Win; Clinch First Round Bye.

Woof. Well you know what they say, a win is a win and Sunday’s win over the Jets clinched a first round bye for the Patriots for the fifth consecutive year. A nice fun fact is the Patriots are the first team in NFL history to clinch a first round bye for five consecutive seasons. […]

Notes and Observations Week 15: Patriots Blow Out Dolphins 41-13; Clinch AFC East

It never gets old winning the AFC East. At the start of every year, we have to listen to all the “experts” talk about how the Bills, Dolphins, and Jets are all primed to challenge the Patriots for the division crown. Granted the Bills actually have an impressive defense, and if they only had a […]

Notes and Observations Week 13: Packers Hold on to Beat Patriots 26-21

The heavyweight showdown of the year delivered as advertised on Sunday. While the Patriots did come up on the short end of the five-point stick, they kept a rolling Packers offense limited to just 26 points. Unfortunately the offense missed far too many opportunities while the Packers took advantage of the chances they were granted. […]