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Why It’s Time for the Patriots to Start Bryan Stork

When he was drafted in the fourth round of the 2014 draft, Bryan Stork had the distinction of being the highest interior offensive lineman drafted by the Patriots since they took Logan Mankins in the first round in 2005. A Rimington Trophy winner as college football’s top center, he was considered to be a potential […]

Notes and Observations, Week 3: Offense Struggles, Patriots Top Raiders 16-9

As Al Davis said “Just win baby.” The only positive out of Sunday’s game against the Raiders is that the Patriots improved their record to 2-1. Thankfully the defense played well enough and made the big play when they needed it. Tom Brady and the rest of the offense continued to look out of sync […]

Week 3 Preview: Raiders at Patriots, Sept. 21, 2014

After a solid performance in Minnesota last week, the Patriots will try to continue their momentum against the woeful Oakland Raiders. The Pats defense had no problem dominating veteran quarterback Matt Cassel, and they have a chance to do the exact same to Raiders rookie Derrick Carr on Sunday. Here’s what we’ll be watching for […]

Tom Brady Reveals Resume, Old Boss Recalls QB as ‘Hardest Worker’

Yesterday, Tom Brady uploaded his resumé onto Facebook and, as expected, the internet blew-up.  His resume included several summer gigs at golf courses, a job building custom houses, and an internship at Merrill Lynch.  Only under the ‘Additional’ section does Brady mention his football accolades, which is humble to say the least. Today, TMZ Sports, […]

Week 2 Film Review: Patriots at Vikings

Before focus shifts to this Sunday’s match-up with the Raiders, let’s take a look back at the Patriots performance in Minnesota. As will be the case throughout the season, I’ve reviewed the All-22 footage and given each players a grade on a +/- scale. Mediocre Offense The Patriots scored just 16 “true” offensive points on […]

Why Aaron Dobson Could Hold the Key to the Patriots Offense

Since trading Randy Moss early in the 2010, the one question that has persisted for the Patriots offense is the lack of a deep threat wide receiver. When New England drafted Aaron Dobson in 2013, they took a player they believed would solve that issue. He was inconsistent in a rookie campaign that saw him […]

Notes and Observations, Week 2: Defense Shines as Patriots Defeat Vikings 30-7

Following last week’s woeful performance in Miami, the Patriots were going into a real no win situation against the Vikings. If they won people would react with “so what, it’s the Vikings.” Yet if they lost on Sunday then everyone in New England would be in full-on panic mode just two weeks into the season. […]

Patriots Top Vikings 30-7

Well, Week 2 of the New England Patriots season is officially over. Coming off a tough loss in Week 1 to the Miami Dolphins, the Patriots looked like a completely different team in their Week 2 win over the Minnesota Vikings 30-7. Defense wins championships The Patriots defense looked solid with 4 interceptions against the […]

Week 2 Preview: Patriots at Vikings, Sept. 14, 2014

Panic in the streets. Last place. No offensive line. Overrated defense. Time for everyone to take a deep breath. The Patriots enter this weekends game in Minnesota with a chance to quell some of the panic going on in New England. Sometimes, it must be nice being a fan of a mediocre team, where every […]

Week 1 Film Review: Patriots at Dolphins

Throughout the season I’ll be reviewing the each Patriot’s game via the All-22 film. My goal is to provide some insightful analysis about what went right and what went wrong, without the emotion of a reactionary Sunday or Monday post-game article. I’ll be tracking players throughout the season on a +/- scale. A plus is […]

2014 NFL Week 2 Betting Tips

It was a tough first week in the NFL in terms of picking game in the gambling world. Major upsets were on full display last Sunday, with the likes of the New England Patriots falling to the hands of the Miami Dolphins, the Chicago Bears losing to the lowly Buffalo Bills in overtime, and the […]

Notes and Observations, Week 1: Déjà Vu In Miami as Patriots Fall to Dolphins 33-20

No, Sunday was not a replay of last year’s game in Miami, but the Patriots collapsed again in the Florida heat and lost the season opener. Just like last year they had a lead at the half only to be outplayed in every aspect of the game in the second half. The only consolation you can […]

Rough Second Half Costs Patriots in 33-20 Loss in Miami

The Patriots turned around a rough start to take a two-possession lead at the half, but couldn’t do a thing from there as they lost their first game of the season, 33-20, in Miami. The Patriots started on a bad note, going three and out on the opening drive. On top of that, Ryan Allen’s […]

Week 1 Preview: Patriots at Dolphins, Sept. 7, 2014

The wait is finally over. The longest off-season in professional sports is finished, and meaningful NFL football is finally upon us. The Patriots enter Miami as 5 point favorites on Sunday, and look to avenge last season’s 24-20 loss in Week 15. Here’s what we’ll be watching for Sunday at 1:00 PM. Defense, Defense, Defense […]

Where, Oh Where Can My Brady Be? Patriots QB Misses Practice with Calf Injury

Where, oh where can my Brady be? That may not be exactly how the Pearl Jam song goes, but it’s definitely the tune New England Patriots fans are singing after Tom Brady missed Thursday’s practice with what is being reported as a calf injury. Those same reports indicate that the injury isn’t serious enough to […]