Found October 03, 2012 on
New England Patriots
Change is too often no more than a well-sold wish, a dream advertised as reality that quickly becomes unraveled in the light of day.In Buffalo right now, it is this idea, this false hope inherent in the basic notion of change that has Bills fan feeling so much less fanatical after their 52-28 spanking Sunday against the New England Patriots.The Bills sold the a fantastic product to Western New York this offseason, one that promised a 2012 season free from the fetters of a decade plus of failures and blunders. Ralph Wilson began handing out money like it was on fire, the team blueprint began to look impressive on paper, and there was a real change in the way fans viewed their Bills.A palpable buzz returned and ran through the Queen City inspiring legions of near breaking Bills loyalists to once more take up the shout, to look with inspiration back on what they were able to do in the early nineties and honestly expect similar results in the present.That change, though, hit a solid bri...
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In yesterday's New England Patriots - Buffalo Bills game, the officials reviewed Tom Brady's rushing touchdown in the 3rd quarter to make sure his knee didn't hit the ground before the ball made it into the end zone.After the officials confirmed the ruling on the field and deemed it a touchdown, Bills fans got a bit restless, and Tom Brady responded to them by saying...
On Sunday, Tom Brady was certainly amped up during the game against the Bills. You can see how badly he wanted this game, especially after the Bills fans booed the referee for upholding the touchdown call. It appears that Brady said “F*** you B****es,” and directed it towards the crowd. He’s still not as bad as Philip Rivers.GIF via Gifulimination
During the Patriots win over the Bills on Sunday, Tom Brady did something he rarely ever does — rushed for a touchdown. Brady’s knee touched the ground at almost the exact same time the ball crossed the plane, so the play was automatically reviewed as a scoring play. When the officials announced that the touchdown stood as called on the field, CBS showed Brady on the sidelines...
Comments from the Other Side is back this week! We skipped last week because I doubted any Patriots fans would want to hear Ravens fans gloat. No one on twitter seemed to have a problem with that. Bills fans were very up and down this game, mostly down. They hated Fitzpatrick one minute, loved him the next, and then went right back to hating him. There were a lot of excuses made...
Quarterback Kiehl Frazier spent much of Auburn's open date watching film of passers such as Chad Henne and Tom Brady trying to improve footwork and timing.
Frazier says he thinks he'll ''look a lot different from LSU to Arkansas.'' He's certainly facing a more vulnerable defense with the Razorbacks giving up nearly 350 passing yards a game entering Saturday...
Tom Brady may be a genius on the football field, but we have no idea what his financial acumen is like. Nonetheless, the New England Patriots quarterback has some friends in high places in the financial world, if he ever wants to learn a thing or two about Wall Street. Then again, the history of athletes getting into the financial game isn't littered with success stories. Perhaps...
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The Denver Broncos head back to Gillette Stadium to face the New England Patriots and I just can’t help to feel that we may just have a team that can compete with Tom Brady. [DenverBroncos.com]
The tale of the tape is all about bowing down to the alter of Brady and the Patriots. Barely worth the watch, but one must always remain objective. [NFL.com]
During this past Sunday’s win over the Buffalo Bills, the CBS Sports cameras caught Patriots quarterback cursing on the sidelines.
Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker told WEEI’s Mut and Merloni that Brady’s cursing was aimed towards him and Deion Branch.
“I think it was kind of directed at, towards me and Deion (Branch) a little bit,” Welker said, via the Boston Globe. “We...
Tom Brady, Stevan Ridley and Rob Gronkowski all received their fair share of time celebrating in the end zone in Buffalo on Sunday, but it was the guys up front who really deserve the credit for the Patriots success. New England's offense erupted for 45 second half points against the Bills, the single most productive half of football in the NFL in more than 40 years. Yet, none...
As explosive as New England's offense was during its second-half surge against Buffalo on Sunday, the Patriots defense might have been the ringleader for the quick turnaround.
While quarterback Tom Brady was busy orchestrating another patented comeback, leading the offense to 580 total yards of offense and 45 second-half points, New England's defense actually ignited the...
The New England Patriots have made some uncharacteristic plays this season. Fumbles, penalties, missed kicks, dropped passes and bad offensive play calling contributed to the Patriots 1-2 start. With their backs on the wall, down 21-7 at Buffalo, the Pats needed to make some plays we aren't used to seeing the 2012 team make. New England did that, and the Patriots are now 2-2...
As we all dwell on leaving Brian Hartline on our bench or Waiver Wire, let us not forget that he was playing with a rookie QB against a defense that had shut down Tom Brady and Michael Vick in back to back weeks. Let us also not forget that going into Sunday, Hartline had only made more than 5 receptions in a game once in his 3-year career. And finally, let us not forget to get an...
Sunday marked the triumphant return of many Fantasy Football players. Last year’s juggernauts such as Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Cam Newton, Roddy White and Drew Brees finally lit up the fantasy scoreboards like their owners have been expecting them to. Even the 49ers came up with an eye popping performance (27 pts in ESPN standard [...]