// Tom Brady

The 5 Most Intriguing Games the Patriots Will Play This Year

After Week 3 of the 2015 season, many New England Patriots fans were not hoping for a repeat Super Bowl appearance-they were expecting it. New England seemed unstoppable on both ends of the ball. Edelman, Brady, and the unknown Dion Lewis were producing at a level that was other worldly. Malcolm Butler led a defense […]

It’s Now Roger Goodell vs Patriots Nation

Deflategate news is back and I cannot comprehend why. This controversial story was first introduced to the public after the 2015 AFC championship game that featured the Patriots and Colts. It is now April 2016, over one year and three months since these allegations were introduced and we are STILL talking about this. Well thanks to […]

Tom Brady ‘Not Read To Accept’ Court’s Ruling About Suspension

Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, perhaps the best player in the history of the league, is “not ready to accept” an appeals court’s ruling that he must serve his four-game suspension for #Deflategate. Yes, you heard that right – somehow, because of what two people in New York think, this 16-month saga will continue. Brady’s next […]

Peyton Manning Announces Retirement, Pays Tribute to the Game

Peyton Manning announced his retirement to the Denver Broncos this weekend and gave his retirement speech and final goodbye, at least as a player, to family, friends, players, coaches and fans this afternoon. The press conference started with statements and stories of gratitude and greatness in regards to the legendary 18-year veteran by Broncos President […]

Brady, Pats Agree to 2-Year Contract Extension

Tom Brady and the Patriots have agreed to a 2-year contract extension that will keep TB12 in New England through 2019. The 11-time Pro Bowler was originally signed through 2017. Brady, 39 years of age this summer, was as sharp as ever this season and perhaps even better at avoiding the rush using pocket presence […]

Brady Writes Letter to Patriots Fans

The Patriots season did not end in sunny Santa Clara California, hoisting the Lombardi Trophy as New England fans had hoped, instead it ended in defeat and disappointment in Denver. Blame the O-Line, blame the kicker, blame the play calling from McDaniels, even blame Tom Brady and the ducks he threw up for grabs resulting […]

Honestly Not Even Mad, Just Very Disappointed after Patriots Loss to Broncos

Well, I was wrong. I was wrong dead to rights. I was a deer caught in the headlights on this one. I’m a man, so I’ll admit my wrongs. And, you know, after it’s all said and done, I’m not really mad. I’m sort of over it already, surprisingly. After 2014, even though I kept […]

The Brady Bowl, and Why Peyton May be in Trouble

The AFC Championship game is coming this weekend, or as I like to call it- the Brady Bowl. Tom Brady has been to this thing 10 of the last 15 seasons, and that’s COUNTING the season he tore his ACL. This shows Brady’s true dominance of the game. He’s literally been to more Championship games […]

Gronkowski, Chris Harris Jr Fuel AFC Championship Fire

The AFC Championship game has New England heading to Denver for a highly anticipated Sunday afternoon match up. The Patriots and Broncos have provided fans with some great games over the past few seasons. The championship game brings not just the top two seeded teams in the AFC together but also the top two quarterbacks […]

Pats Draw Streaking Chiefs For Divisional Round Playoff

Saturday afternoon the Patriots, with a #2 seed bye, had the opportunity to watch their next opponent, the red hot Kansas City Chiefs, who annihilated the Houston Texas during the first game of Wild Card Weekend with a final score of 30-0. The Chiefs were dominant on defense and forced a shaky Houston offense into a […]

Tom Brady Suffered Sprained Ankle in Loss

An MRI on Tom Brady Monday showed that the quarterback suffered a sprained ankle as well as bruised ribs. The ankle injury occurred in the first half when Brady was rolled up on by Ndamukong Suh. Brady came off the field gingerly and had his ankle re-taped prior to the next offensive series. He did […]

Notes and Observations Week 15: Patriots Clinch 1st Round Bye Handling the Titans 33-16

On Monday morning the Patriots came to an agreement with veteran, free agent running back Steven Jackson. Adding Jackson to the 53-man roster put the Patriots at a total of 75 different players making up the 53-man roster over the course of this season. The injuries have been noticeable and if this were any other […]

Notes and Observations Week 14: Patriots Take Control of The AFC, Defeat Texans 27-6

After losing two games in a row you knew there was no way the Patriots were going to lose Sunday against the Texans. With Belichick and Tom Brady involved the Patriots haven’t lost more than two games in a row since 2002. Offensively the team is still banged up but the return of Rob Gronkowski made […]

Notes and Observations Week 13: Patriots Embarrass Themselves at Home, Lose to Eagles 35-28

Losing twice in a row is not something we are accustomed to as fans of the New England Patriots. Since Bill Belichick has been the coach of the team they’ve only lost two games in a row 11 times, including Sunday’s game. It’s a luxury most teams in the NFL have not been afforded. When […]

Notes and Observations Week 12: Patriots Lose 1st Game in Frustrating Fashion; Broncos Win in OT 30-24

Now that we’ve all had a full 24 hours to digest the frustrating monstrosity that was Sunday Night Football, we can rationally examine the remains. While it was fun to imagine this team really sticking it to the whole league and going 16-0 everyone knew just how hard that task would be. Every team in the […]