Every week, games you think will be lopsided are close, and teams you think will be dominant are not.
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.
John Logan has an interesting job. John worked for the New England Patriots hosting web content on Patriots.com but he is also a skilled magician and has performed for the team multiple times. Hear about what it’s like to perform tricks for the G.O.A.T and find out how Gronk reacts to tricks. Also, don’t miss […]
Go ahead, go apple picking or get stuck in a corn maze or pumpkin spice up your marriage going flannel shopping or punkin chunkin’ or whatever people do who revel in autumn like football-less catalog models. Because the following Sunday, the New England Patriots play at 1pm again, which is always nice.
By Sterling Pingree Here is what’s being covered in my conversations about the Patriots this week. Sunday’s game with the Texans is an important second step for the Patriots right now, after they took care of business last week in the Big Easy, they have to follow that up with a solid win at home […]
By Mark Paulette “Unicorns. Show ponies. Where’s the beef?!” Those were the immortal words a delirious Scott Zolak bellowed out the last time the Patriots played the Saints. When Tom Brady was tossing game-winning touchdown passes to the likes of Kenbrell Thompkins to avoid the direst of circumstances. As the Patriots marched into New Orleans […]
By Sterling Pingree In the 2013 NFL off season, Wes Welker was coming off of his 6th season with the New England Patriots and his 5th year with more than 100 catches. That summer, Welker signed with the Denver Broncos as a free agent. This was a tough defection for Patriots fans to stomach, not […]
By Mark Paulette Several weeks ago, I took to this very blog to spread encouragement at the thought of the New England Patriots and a 19-0 season. An idea many treated as they would a leper, avoiding all contact with the notion. I believed it was not only the Patriots’ rite, it was the lone […]
The beauty of football is that it unifies. It’s the greatest unifying force of people once a year since Thanksgiving and even they had a merger years ago.