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Monday Afternoon Rewind: Patriots vs Eagles

With the first two pre-season games in the books this Patriots team is beginning to fold into shape. Offense Save a pick-six that was intended for tackle turned tight-end Steve Maneri, the first string offense looked very impressive. The highlight of the night was Tom Brady’s back-shoulder touchdown pass to Kenbrell Thompkins. The back-shoulder throw […]

Patriots vs Eagles: What to Watch for

Tonight marks the second pre-season game for the New England Patriots. They’ll be taking on Chip Kelly’s Philadelphia Eagles at Gillette Stadium. This will be the first time we’ll get to see the Patriots starters in action, as most of the top players sat out the game in Washington last week. Providing an in-depth preview […]

2014 Patriots Quarterbacks Preview: Brady, Mallett, Garoppolo

Following a massive changeover in pass-catching personnel, Tom Brady put up relatively pedestrian numbers in 2013. Still, the Patriots posted the league’s third highest scoring offense in 2013. VIEW: Other Patriots Previews During the six and a half games that Rob Gronkowski was in the lineup, the Patriots offense looked much like the dynamic unit we’ve […]

Ryan Mallett to Start Patriots Pre-Season Opener

Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald reported this morning that Patriot’s quarterback Ryan Mallett will start tonight’s pre-season opener against the Washington Redskins. Mallett is entering the final year of his rookie contract, and tonight could serve as an audition of sorts. With Jimmy Garoppolo in the mix, it doesn’t look likely that Mallett will […]

2014 Patriots Special Teams Preview: Gostkowski, Allen, Slater, Edelman, White

The Patriots will return their core group of specialists in 2014. Kicker Stephen Gostkowski had a career year in 2013, posting career high’s in points, field goals made, field goal percentage, and he was a very impressive 5 for 6 from 50+ yards. Gostkowski has clearly emerged into one of the league’s best kickers, and […]

2014 Patriots Defensive Line Preview: Jones, Ninkovich, Wilfork, Kelly, Easley

2013 was an injury riddled season for the Patriots defensive line. Starting tackles Vince Wilfork and Tommy Kelly had their seasons end in the first five weeks, and the injuries highlighted a tremendous lack of depth on the defensive front. VIEW: Other Patriots Previews The Pats were forced to insert inexperienced players into both tackle spots […]

Patriots 2014 Defensive Backs Preview: Revis, Browner, McCourty, Dennard

Despite the loss of Aqib Talib, the Patriots secondary is their most improved unit going into the 2014 season. With Talib healthy last season, the Patriots secondary, overall, was a strong unit. As evidenced in their the AFC Championship Game loss to Denver, Talib’s injury forced everyone to slide “up” a slot, and in turn, […]

Armond Armstead: We Never Knew Ye

Who is Armond Armstead? Currently he is one of the most discussed New England Patriots, and he never even played a snap for the team. Armstead was a defensive tackle for the University of Southern California Trojans from 2008-10. His numbers weren’t eye popping with 59 tackles in 17 games but he was declared medically […]

Patriots 2014 Wide Receivers Preview: Edelman, Amendola, LaFell, Dobson

With the start of training camp just one week away, it’s time to look at the state of the Patriot’s wide receivers heading into the 2014 season. The group was the subject of much criticism last season. While Julian Edelman emerged into a solid replacement for Wes Welker, Danny Amendola and rookie Aaron Dobson struggled […]

First Round Pick Dominique Easley Officially Signs with Patriots

Are you ready for some football? Apparently first round pick Dominique Easley is, as the New England Patriots officially announced his signing on Monday. He was the final unsigned rookie draft pick of the Patriots. Easley, who was the 29th overall pick out of Florida, reportedly signed a four-year contract worth $7.3 million, including a $3.63 […]

Tom Brady: ‘Only Numbers That Truly Matter are Wins and Losses’

Thank you, Tom. While addressing reporters in Foxboro today, Tom Brady fired back at critics who have suggested that he is no longer near the summit of the NFL’s Quarterback Mountain. “I think that people pay to watch the games on TV because there’€™s a scoreboard,” Brady said. “I mean, I think that’€™s what it’€™s […]

Who Might Trade for Ryan Mallett?

The New England Patriots in the 3rd round of the 2011 draft selected QB Ryan Mallett from Arkansas. Most experts have speculated Mallett to be traded this season, considering he is entering his final year of his rookie contract and the Pats just drafted another quarterback in Jimmy Garoppolo. While, Mallett has shown some chops […]

When Will the Window Close for Tom Brady?

Father Time rests for no man and Tom Brady will be no exception. Brady will be turning 37 in August and that prompts the forbidden question: When will Tom Brady stop being Tom Brady? Bill Belichick and his associates believe Brady’s time here will come to an end within 3 or 4 years as they […]

Should the Patriots Trade for Andre Johnson?

Andre Johnson is one of the most consistent and (potentially) sought-after Wide Receivers in the NFL today. A 1st round draft pick in 2003, Johnson has put up strong numbers during his 12-year career and currently has 12,661 yards and 61 Touchdowns as well. At 6’3″ and 230 lbs, he is a offensive weapon, similar […]

Aaron Hernandez Indicted on 2012 Double Homicide

Former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was indicted on two counts of first degree murder in the 2012 South End double homicide on Thursday. Police have been investigating Hernandez’s role and connection to the murders since his arrest last summer for the murder of Odin Lloyd. During a press conference, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel […]