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2013 Patriots Position Preview: Wide Receivers

The wide receiver position is a key focal point in the upcoming season for the New England Patriots. Wes Welker, who was Tom Brady’s favorite target the past six seasons, is now catching passes from Peyton Manning out in Denver. It will be a new cast for Brady this season which could pose a significant […]

What Really Wins Super Bowls

Great quarterbacks, great coaches, and great teams win Super Bowls. But along the way, every championship team has been helped by factors other than their own play. Whether it is a coin toss, a forecast, an odd rule or the ineptitude of an opponent, no recent Super Bowl winner has been crowned without some form […]

Is Bill Belichick the Greatest Coach of All Time?

Is Bill Belichick the greatest coach in NFL history? He is undoubtedly the greatest coach in the history of the Patriots organization. He has won all three of the Super Bowl titles that they have ever won, and has the best winning percentage of any coach in the organization as well. His .649 win percentage […]

Kevin Faulk Retired: A Look Back at his 13-Year Career

Kevin Faulk, one of the all-time Patriots’ greats, retired Tuesday at a press conference at The Hall at Patriot Place. Faulk hangs up his cleats at the age of 36 after 13 seasons playing for the Patriots. This offseason, the Patriots officially lost the last of the players who had three Super Bowl rings (other than […]

Troy Brown Elected to Patriots Hall of Fame

Troy Brown‘s statistics will probably keep him out of the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Other than a few special teams accomplishments, Brown just never did enough to be considered among the best in the NFL. Still, some honor is definitely due to the Pro Bowler who played in five Super Bowls and retired as […]

Patriots Name Brown, Law, Bruschi, Bledsoe Honorary Captains for Sunday

Sunday’s AFC Championship Game marks the 15th season since the Patriots hosted their first AFC Championship Game on Jan. 12, 1997. That day, the Patriots earned their second trip to the Super Bowl, beating the Jaguars 20-6. Of course, the team lost the Super Bowl to Brett Favre’s Green Bay Packers 35-21. In honor of […]

Troy Brown and Julian Edelman: Bill Belichick’s Favorite Type of Player

Bill Belichick’s defensive genius, record-breaking offenses and three Super Bowl victoriess will someday put him in the Hall of Fame. Tom Brady and he have formed the greatest coach-quarterback pair in NFL history. But beyond all of that, one thing truly sets Belichick above the rest: his creative use of personnel. Belichick has always found […]

Patriots All-Decade Team: 2000′s

Patriots All Decade Team: QB: Tom Brady Honorable Mention: Drew Bledsoe, Matt Cassel It was the easiest selection on the list. The day Drew Bledsoe was knocked out of a game in 2001, was the day Tom Brady emerged as one of the greatest quarterbacks of all time. He is a three time Super Bowl […]

Troy Brown to Retire

Update 9/25: Troy Brown has in fact announced his retirement after 15 seasons with the New England Patriots. Brown retires as the all-time leading receiver for the Patriots with 557 career catches. Known for making smart decisions on the football field, Brown is most recently known for his heads-up play against the Chargers in the […]

Colvin Out for Season; Troy Brown Back

Rosevelt Colvin has been placed on injured reserve and will miss the rest of the season. Colvin left Sunday’s game against the Eagles with an apparent arm or foot injury (depending on who you talk to). In his absence, Adalius Thomas is the likely candidate to take his place on the edge. This will mean […]

Patriots Punting Carosel Continues

Danny Baugher hasn’t ruled out a return to the Pats roster or practice squad.(Courtesy of Boston.com) The Patriots have waived first year punter Danny Baugher just a week after the 23-year old thought he had sewed up the starting job. After the release of veteran Josh Miller and fellow first year punter Tom Malone, Baugher […]

Player in Focus: Wes Welker

Welker will now command the slot for the Patriots. (Courtesy of secretstosuccess.com) In the last decade, one of the most recognizable sites patrolling the outside of the Patriots offensive scheme has been No. 80, Troy Brown. In Brown (5’10″, 196 lbs.) the Patriots have had the epitome possession receiver, someone who will catch the ball […]