Found January 05, 2012 on
New England Patriots
Tom Brady and Wes Welker get to rest this week before their playoff run begins
The NFL playoffs begin this weekend and the New England Patriots will not be taking part. Fear not you Patriot’s fans who went into a coma for the last seventeen weeks and did not know what was going on. The Patriots aren’t playing this weekend because for the second year in a row the team has secured the number one overall seed, a first round bye, and home-field advantage throughout the AFC Playoffs. Pretty good for a team that couldn’t cover a high-school kid out of the back-field.
While the Patriots get to sit at home, relax, and watch football, four other AFC playoff teams are fighting to keep their Super Bowl hopes alive. The Houston Texans host a playoff game for the first time in franchise history against the Cincinnati Bengals while the Pittsburgh Steelers travel to Denver to take on the Tebows. In addition to relaxing, you can bet the Patriots will be watching these games with intent on learning ...
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How good was Tom Brady at the end of the season? So good, that he was named AFC Offensive Player of the Month for two months. Yup, impressive.
Or something. Brady was just named named AFC Offensive Player of the Month for December and January, the Patriots announced. Brady was also honored with this for November.
In leading the Patriots to a 5-0 record since the calendar turned to...
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The Patriots quarterback admitted he kept tabs on the New York Jets' miserable season from afar, that he was happy the Pats swept them but then said he's not counting them out next season.
The sands are pouring in the hour glass as the timer is set on the New England Patriots season. It’s one game and you're out - one and done, while the Patriots heal up and wait to see who is their next opponent is.
Bill Belichick and the Patriots are getting ready scouting all three teams they could face. Pittsburgh, Cincinnati and Denver are possible opponents and although...
Tom Brady is among six New England Patriots players who weren't at the start of practice open to reporters.
The New England Patriots announced today that Tom Brady has been named AFC Offensive Player of the Month for December/January.
FOXBORO - During one three-game stretch this season, Tom Brady and the Patriots were held to 20, 17 and 20 points...
Aaron Rodgers and Drew Brees may be front runners for NFL MVP honors but Tom Brady's been no slouch this season. Rodgers led his team to a 15-1 record and Brees broke Dan Marino's 27-year-old single-season passing record, but Brady was the only AFC quarterback to throw for more than 5,000 yards. He also led the Pats to a 13-3 record, including eight in a row to end the regular...
Terrell Suggs made his case for Defensive Player of the Year earlier this week. He also did it throughout the month of December. Suggs won the AFC Defensive Player of the Month award after recording five sacks and forcing four fumbles in his final five games of the season. Tom Brady got the offensive award…
The Patriots marched out to a 13-3 record and an AFC Playoff No. 1 seed on the back of QB Tom Brady, NT Vince Wilfork and some other stars, sure. But there are more than their fair share of scrapheap pickups, too.
From guard Brian Waters, who was unsigned after camp, to former Raiders practice squader Sterling Moore to unwanted CB Nate Jones to out-of-work pass-rusher Mark Anderson…...
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs and Denver Broncos kicker Matt Prater have been named the AFC's top players for the months of December and January.