// Brian Hoyer

Brady Throws TD, INT as Giants Beat Pats 20-17

In two years, a game around this time of year will actually mean something, as it’ll probably be Week 2 under the proposed 18-game schedule. But, we’re still in the 16-game format in 2010, which means Thursday’s Week 4 match represented the most meaningless on the schedule. Whether or not that it counted, the Patriots […]

Brown Kicks Game-Winning Field Goal as Rams win in Foxboro

The old guard (though not as old as, say, that fellow over in Minnesota) took on the new guard Thursday night at Gillette Stadium. For the 2-0 New England Patriots: Tom Brady, entering his eleventh season, holder of records, winner of MVPs and Super Bowls alike. For the 1-1 St. Louis Rams: Sam Bradford, the […]

Edelman Impressive as Patriots Top Saints 27-24

The 2009 seasons for the Patriots and Saints could not have ended any more different. The Patriots were obliterated out of the playoffs by the Ravens at Gillette Stadium 33-14 back in January, while the Saints won their first Super Bowl, beating Peyton Manning and the Indianapolis Colts a month later. Moving on to 2010, […]

Patriots 2010 Preview: Quarterbacks

Tom Brady, having just turned 33 on Tuesday, remains the face of the Patriots and likely the most important player on the team. Having his first healthy off-season since the infamous knee injury in 2008, one would think that the start of this pre-season would be a happy return to his craft, but that has […]

Patriots Report Card: Week 17

Quarterback: C I was tempted to cut Tom Brady some slack and give him an “Incomplete” on his report card this week, but the Patriots quarterback played most of the game on Sunday. He was replaced by rookie Brian Hoyer (Michigan State) in the second quarter, and on the Patriots’ last drive.  Brady’s stat line was […]

Welker Hurt in Patriots’ Loss to Texans

The New England Patriots faced off against the Houston Texans Sunday afternoon at Reliant Stadium in Houston. The Patriots were looking to build momentum for their trip to the playoffs and take steps towards clinching the 3-seed. The Patriots played well for three quarters, but succumbed to what has been a consistent problem all year: […]

Pats Meet Texans in Season Finale

Are you ready for the bye-week? New England has already secured a playoff spot and there is no big difference between the three and four seed. With the Bengals probably doing the same, New England will most likely play just a little to avoid rust, then the Brian Hoyer show begins. This is all good […]

Andrew Walter Released by Patriots – A.J. Feeley a Target?

The Patriots have released potential backup QB Andrew Walter. Walter played for the Raiders last season, but obviously didn’t have what it took to stay with the Patriots this year. Walter was just recently signed by the Patriots a one month and a day ago. The decision leaves Brian Hoyer holding the reigns as the […]

Patriots 38, Giants 27 – 3 Things We Learned

The Patriots beat the Giants in the fourth meaningless game of the pre-season last night at Gillette, overcoming an early 21-0 deficit. Here’s three things we learned from the game: 1. BenJarvis Green-Ellis Should Be on the Team Spare me the addage that his performance (29 carries, 125 yards, 3 TDs) was against third and […]

Kevin O’Connell Waived By Patriots

We’ve become pretty accustomed to the way things work around Foxboro after nearly a decade of the Bill Belichick era yet once in a while we see a roster move that still leaves us shaking our head. That seems to be the case today as the Patriots have waived second year quarterback Kevin O’Connell. Having […]