Found September 16, 2013 on
Oh, the irony of that caption
It's not uncommon for Patriots coach Bill Belichick to praise his upcoming opponents. As far as he's concerned, every team in the NFL has enough good players to win if his team doesn't play well.
Belichick continued to do that at his Monday morning conference call when asked about his next opponent: the 0-2 Tampa Bay Bucs. While most in the media have been discussing the disarray in Tampa surrounding a growing rift between QB Josh Freeman and Head Coach Greg Schiano, Belichick remains focused on how competitive both Bucs games have been.
"I really feel like we're playing a 2-0 team" Belichick said via ESPN.
Belichick has a point, as the Bucs could easily be 2-0 with a couple of bounces their way. They lost in Week One because a stupid late hit penalty on Lavonte David gift-wrapped the Jets 15 yards, setting up a game winning field goal. Yesterday, they had a 14-13 lead and the ball on the New Orleans 29 with only 1:10 left t...
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The fourth annual Mayo Bowl was jam packed with Patriots stars. We had photographer Katie Shannon on hand to document the players coming in on the red carpet, as well as Matt Light, Jerod Mayo and Tedy Bruschi's enthusiastic auction. Mayo even told someone he'd come to their house to watch the Celtics if they upped their bid.
Credit goes to Katie Shannon for the photos.For...
The New England Patriots have a receiving corps has looked relatively incompetent through the first two weeks of the season. With Danny Amendola possibly out for several more weeks, they could certainly use a veteran like Brandon Lloyd who has experience in their offensive system. If Lloyd hadn’t turned his attention from football to acting, […]
So, all of this could work out football wise for Alfonzo Dennard.
The Patriots cornerback was sentenced to a month in jail this off-season for an incident that occurred before he was drafted. Months later, he was arrested for an OUI. He finally had his hearing today, in which he admitted violating probation. The sentencing will not be until December however.
With each passing week reports will intensify regarding whether Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski will play. By opting not to put Gronkowski on the reserve/physically unable to perform list which would have shut him down for six weeks of the regular season the Pats sent a strong signal that he’ll be playing before Week Six.
He has missed two games and now ESPN reports that Gronkowski...
The 2013 New England Patriots are a team already decimated by injuries, particularly on the offensive side of the ball. Now their best special teams player, one of the best in the business, will be on the sideline for a while as well.
Matthew Slater has a broken wrist and will be out 4-6 weeks. While he is very rarely used as a receiver, Slater is a team captain who excels on...
Danny Amendola has torn adductor muscles, according to a report by Fox Sports’ Jay Glazer. Glazer says the Patriots’ receiver has received conflicting reports from doctors about whether or not he also has a sports hernia – an injury that would require surgery but would have him back on the field in “about a month”. Amendola reportedly sought additional opinions Sunday but...
According to Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald, Patriots receiver Danny Amendola will not undergo surgery for a sports hernia.Fantasy Spin:Amendola has torn adductor muscles, which connect the hips to the legs, but the surgery would have kept him out 4-6 weeks. The oft-injured receiver is a long shot to play Week 4 but could be back Week 5.
A video with Patriots quarterback Tom Brady's face superimposed on the head of Miley Cyrus in her music video "Wrecking Ball" is making the rounds and the only word that can describe it is disturbing.
First, there was a version with Nicolas Cage's face on the twerking singer's head, now comes one with Brady in panties and what don't look like Uggs...
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I don’t know what possesses people to do these things, but Tom Brady has now gotten the Miley Cyrus Wrecking Ball video treatment. This video is creepy to say the least.
Darrelle Revis tormented the Patriots twice a season for five years — he didn’t play in either meeting in 2012 — so Bill Belichick is well aware of the type of talent he’ll be facing on Sunday. He’s just glad he’ll only have to see the Buccaneers’ star corner once.
“Well, at least we only have to play against him once, hopefully,” Belichick said on a conference...