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Fantasy Football Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em: Week 6

With Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints along with the Jamaal Charles and the Kansas City Chiefs also on bye, Week 6 will show just exactly how your team performs without a couple super stars. Here are some players you can add or start to get through the next week. Start ‘Em Brian Hoyer (vs. […]

Tom Brady’s Days Numbered with Patriots? We’ll See…

Over the course of the last week and a half, Tom Brady and the New England Patriots were under the microscope after their 41-14 loss on September 29th to the Kansas City Chiefs. In the days after this game leading up to Sunday, the Patriots were the recipients of many negative comments and there were […]

Notes and Observations Week 5: Patriots Return to Form, Blow Out Bengals 43-17

What a difference a week makes. After all the doom and gloom from the media that the Patriots were meeting their demise, Tom Brady was too old, and Bill Belichick wasn’t the same coach, the Patriots came out in prime time and handled the last remaining undefeated team in the NFL. If it wasn’t for […]

Halftime Report: Patriots Up 20-3 on Bengals as Brady Surpasses 50,000 Yards

“Brady! Brady! Brady!” That chant by the home crowd at Gillette Stadium tells you all you need to know about the first half of the Sunday Night Football contest between the New England Patriots and the Cincinnati Bengals. After getting trampled last Monday night by the Kansas City Chiefs, the Patriots have been a completely […]

Patriots Preview: Why I Wish New England Wasn’t Playing the Bengals in Prime Time (Or At All, Really)

Normally when the New England Patriots play in prime time, I get all revved up for a big game on the national stage.Living in New York City, it means I get to watch the game in the quiet of my own apartment, which I can shatter with epithets and flying objects or (more ideally) overwrought […]

Fantasy Football Start ‘Em, Sit ‘Em: Week 5

After the quarter pole, most teams now that it could be a quality season or it could be a long season depending on your record. There is still plenty of time to improve, but it’s Week 5 that could your season around. A winning streak starting now will go a long way to earn you […]

Patriot Problems: What Has Caused Poor Start to 2014 and What Can be Done to Fix It

The New England Patriots are sitting at 2-2 following a blowout, 41-14 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night. The Chiefs were able to do anything they wanted against the Patriots throughout the game on both sides of the ball and they made the Patriots look like a cellar dweller instead of a […]

Notes and Observations Week 4: Chiefs Embarrass Patriots in 41-14 Blowout

That was the ugliest game in the Tom Brady, Bill Belichick era of the New  England Patriots. It’s safe to say everyone is feeling better about that 16-9 win last week after witnessing the primetime beatdown in Kansas City. The offense was nonexistent and the defense had no answer for whatever the Chiefs decided to […]

Betting on Monday Night Football? In New England we trust

I was out of commission this past Sunday, but I saved my lone and best bet of the week for last. Tonight, the New England Patriots will be traveling to play at a hostile environment against the Kansas City Chiefs, and I believe the Pats at -3 are a steal. I believe this line should […]

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 […]