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Last week, we took a two-part look at the 2012 schedule for the New England Patriots and projected that they would go 12-4. At least one analyst thinks that prediction is too conservative.
Pete Prisco of CBSsports.com recently previewed the seasons of each of the NFL's teams, and projected the Patriots go 16-0 in the regular season.
He believes Brandon Lloyd will make an offense that already contained some of the league's best players at their positions better, a thought he considers frightening for the rest of the league.
Prisco cites Vince Wilfork as the Patriot X-factor, and believes the defense will improve enough to guarantee other teams will not be able to go tit for tat with the Pats.
Prisco's preview also raises questions that could derail a perfect season for Tom Brady, Bill Belichick and company. He questions whether Rob Gronkowski will be able to bounce back from his ankle injury or whether Stevan Ridley will be able to emulate BenJarvus Green-Ellis...
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1985 New England Patriots win the AFC Championship (by oquatanginwann)
The first of seven AFC Championships.
Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker didn't receive the long-term contract he was angling for, but at least he'll be sporting a full head of hair on the sideline in 2012. Welker, 31, underwent a hair restoration procedure with Dr. Robert Leonard earlier this month, according to NESN. The procedure "involved transplanting follicles to an area of Welker’s scalp where...
Wes Welker's going to look fresh to death on the sidelines this season.
According to a news release, The 31-year-old wide receiver underwent a hair restoration procedure with Dr. Robert Leonard earlier this month. And yes, he'll be appearing on advertisements for the hair restoration doctor, who has had such clients as radio personality Mikey Adams and former Bruin, Lyndon...
by Chris Warner
Off-season, off-season, free agents, rookies, whatchathink, whaddyaknow, blah, blah, blah.
Enough. Let’s do this …
Jones-ing For Athleticism: Before we speak of rookie Chandler Jones, a quick anecdote about last year’s defense, focusing on fan (and BSMW) favorite Rob Ninkovich. Playing against an AFC East rival, Ninkovich made two plays that defined the 2011...
Curtis Martin is probably the last person who thought he would ever make the Pro Football Hall of Fame. In fact he was probably the last one to ever think he would play football at all.
The former New York Jets running back repeated what his childhood friends have been reminding him since being elected to the Hall of Fame months ago: 'Who would have dreamed this would ever...
According to Mike Rodak of ESPNBoston.com, New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski wasn’t included on the active/PUP list to begin training camp. This likely means that he’s been medically cleared.
This is certainly great news for the Patriots and their offense. Even with the additions they’ve made this offseason, Gronk will still be one of Tom Brady’s go to guys.
Thoughts and storylines on the Patriots before training camp. (via 53 burning questions for the Patriots headed into training camp - Extra Points - Boston.com)
Indianapolis police officer Michael Andersen unveiled his brand spanking new tattoo of New England Patriots tight end and party animal Rob Gronkowski the other day. Andersen tweets that the new ink is “[i]n honor of the best TE in the game!” and added that “Gronk Nation is alive and well in Indy!!!” Gronk Nation. Now [...]
New England Patriots Sign Tight End Visanthe Shiancoe (by MrHurriicane)
Well this is an interesting way to get your Patriots news… while watching a merciless drive against the Jets? Yes please.
Hot News for WR Wes Welker