Kingsbury, who the Patriots drafted in the 6th round (201st overall) of the 2003 draft is a Super Bowl winning quarterback, even though he spent the entire season on the IR. Though the Cardinals would probably just tweet that he once met Bill Belichick and one time got a phone call from him (it was to release him in 2004, but still, they talked!)
We were joined Thursday by the ‘Voice of the Patriots,’ Bob Socci, and Mike took the opportunity to put Bob on the hot seat and try to get information on Brady’s injured throwing hand.
The Patriots have to stop the “Killer B’s”, Ben, Bell and Brown. (Good luck.)
By Mike DeVito Be Emotionally Ready New England never has many issues when it comes to taking things one game at a time, but any other team would have to be worried about a “trap game” tonight in Miami. Both teams are coming off of their most complete game (all three phases) of the season, […]
With mile high expectations before the season left unfulfilled thus far, I’d have to imagine that the Raiders would love to be playing this game in the Black Hole rather than at Azteca.
If the Patriots offense, which has stalled in the red zone the last 4 games, can net a long drive that results in a TOUCH DOWN (no more settling for field goals) then the Patriots could control this Sunday Nighter from bell to bell.
By Mike DeVito This Sunday night, we all get to sit back and watch a rematch of Super Bowl LI, which gave us arguably the greatest comeback in the history of the NFL. And while the game this Sunday will certainly not be as exciting, (no matter what happens) it is setting up to be […]
Check out audio from The Drive as former New York Jets and Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan reunited with his former pupil Mike DeVito to talk about the Patriots/Jets rivalry.
By Mike DeVito A battle for 1st place in the AFC East…I’m sure most of us didn’t think that’s what we’d be saying about this week 6, Pats-Jets match up. With the Jets season going better than anticipated (a lot better) and the Pats season not going as planned, we are presented with a battle […]
As a former defensive lineman, playing against New England was always frustrating because of how fast Tom Brady throws the football.