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, […]
I last did this in week 6, and the rankings were as follows: Kansas City, Philadelphia, Carolina, Pittsburgh, New England.
By Sterling Pingree The Pittsburgh Steelers and the New England Patriots are on a collision course with each other that ends with them playing in the AFC Championship game. The rest of the AFC has stepped out of the way like extras in Saturday Night Fever when John Travolta hit the dance floor and seem […]
I was getting a little frosty with company at this point at which time, “Not Cousin” Pam said the magic words that no sports fan wants to hear during a big game: “who cares, it’s just a game.” This went over about as well as the Bumpus hounds eating the Parker family’s turkey in A Christmas Story.
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.
Bob also talks about the team’s stay in Colorado Springs after the Denver game and gives his thoughts on how the Patriots keep rolling along despite injuries to key players.
Reporter: According to the super market data, your turkey is weighing in at 18 lbs, last year’s bird was 16 lbs, was this a conscious effort when you went shopping, to get a bigger bird?
Coach Belichick: There are a lot of factors that have to be considered. It’s a key part of the meal, it needs to be sound in all three phrases…… Light meat…… Dark meat……Stuffing teams.
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.
Part of me thinks that Belichick and McDaniels are “keeping the Corvette in the garage” and are saving something teams haven’t seen yet for the playoffs.
Never before has the trade of a back up, in any sport, created the ripples that the Patriots trade of Jimmy Garoppolo has.