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Video: Wes Welker receives monster hit

New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker got the stuffing knocked out of him during Sunday's game in Settle versus the SeahawksAlthough Welker definitely appeared shaken up on the play, the diminutive wideout still ended up with 10 catches, 138 yards and one touchdown. Despite his heroics the Patriots lost the game, 24-23, after surrendering two touchdowns with under eight...

Aaron Hernandez misses practice, likely a game-time decision

New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez missed practice on Friday and head coach Bill Belichick indicated that he’ll be a game-time decision.“We’ll just have to see how it goes here,” Belichick said Friday morning, via ESPNBoston.com. “He practiced late last week and did some things yesterday and Wednesday. We’ll see how he is today and see if it set him back,...

New York Jets name Patriots fan and pro wrestler John Cena honorary captain

A Massachusetts native and New England Patriots fan will lead the J-E-T-S chant during Sunday's match up between the New York Jets and Indianapolis Colts.WWE superstar John Cena will be the Jets' honorary captain for the game.WWE Superstar @johncena will serve as @nyjets honorary captain at Sunday’s game vs. @nflcolts & lead the J-E-T-S #JetsJetsJets! chant! @nfl—...

Patriots Injury Report: Aaron Hernandez, Dont'a Hightower, Julian Edelman

The New England Patriots have numerous inactive players for Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks, but Aaron Hernandez doesn't figure to be one of them.  Two of the key players the Patriots will be missing are Dont'a Hightower and Julian Edelman.  Both have been ruled out for today's game. According to Jeff Howe and Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald...

New England Patriots diversify offense with power running game - NFL.com

New England Patriots diversify offense with power running game - NFL.com: You’re not going to...

Belichick: Aaron Hernandez could be a game-time decision

New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick wouldn't exactly say if tight end Aaron Hernandez would play in Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks.  Hernandez did not practice Friday.  But Belichick hinted he would be traveling with the team Friday to Seattle.    "We'll just have to see how it goes here," Belichick said Friday morning . "He practiced...

Aaron Hernandez To Be Game-Time Decision

Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez (ankle) will likely be a game-time decision. He is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Seattle.Fantasy Spin:Hernandez will certainly not be at 100 percent, but the Pats outside receivers will be tested by a strong Seahawks secondary. Rob Gronkowski and Hernandez, if active, could see a lot of targets.

Pats 17, Seahawks 10 at the half

The Patriots lead the Seahawks 17-10 at halftime in Seattle. But New England left points on the board in the first half. An intentional grounding by Tom Brady with 1 second left in the half led to a 10-second run off, which ended the quarter. The Pats could've extended the lead to 20-10 with a Stephen Gostkowski field goal attempt.Aaron Hernandez and Wes Welker each have touchdown...

Rise of Patriots’ Running Game Cuts Into Passing Numbers

Through five games, the New England Patriots led the league in points per game with 33.0 and yards per game at 439.4.  But the way New England gained those yards was different than in recent years. The Patriots were ninth in passing yardage with 274.0 yards per game, down from second in 2011 with 317.8 yards per game. But the Patriots were third in rushing yardage with 165.4 yards...

Aaron Hernandez Active For Patriots

Tight end Aaron Hernandez is active for Week 6 at Seattle. Fantasy Spin: Hernandez is back after missing the last three games with a sprained ankle, but fantasy owners should keep expectations tempered while working back into the mix against a tough defense on the road.

Brandon Browner crushes Wes Welker with huge hit (Video)

Seattle Seahawks defensive back Brandon Browner crushed New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker with a monster hit during Sunday's game at CenturyLink Field. It happened in the second quarter on a 7-yard pass from quarterback from Tom Brady. Welker was hit by Browner as soon as he caught the pass. However, as of the time of this post, Welker still leads the team...

New England Patriots at Seattle Seahawks: Three Bold Predictions

Bold Prediction No. 1:New England quarterback Tom Brady has spoken with his dermatologist and was advised by Dr. Maakpretti that the cool, moist Seattle air is good for his dry skin. Therefore, Tom Terrific will not be wearing make-up during the game, but he will find Welker, Hernandez and "Gronk" in the end-zone - three passing TD's against a very strong Seattle pass...

Wes Welker gets rocked by Brandon Browner

Check out the video below of Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker getting rocked by Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner.

Seahawks CB Brandon Browner destroys Patriots WR Wes Welker

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner put a MONSTER  hit on New England Patriots wide receiver Wes Welker on Sunday afternoon. Check it out: That's the life of a slot receiver, and it makes you respect Welker's incredible production (especially given his 5'9", 185-pound frame) that much more. It's also why receivers like Austin Collie and Laurent...

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