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It needs to be said. Tom Brady looks more like a former 6th round pick than a 3-time Super Bowl winner this year. ProFootballFocus’ grades him out as the 24th ranked passing quarterback out of 37 eligible. I thought it would get better when Rob Gronkowski returned, but in his 2nd game back Brady completed 13 of 22 for 116 yards, 1 touchdown, and an interception against a weak Miami defense and really didn’t look good. They won by 10 on the strength of their defense, which will get better with Aqib Talib expected to return this week and that’s the reason they’re still a top-10 team (along with the potential that Brady gets better), but you could argue they deserve to be 3 spots lower. If they don’t have a good showing against the Steelers this week, they’ll move further down.
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DT Chris Jones
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Tom Brady - The Legend (by Joseph Vincent)
The entire city of Boston is riding high right now, eagerly anticipating the possibility that the Boston Red Sox will secure its first World Series victory inside the friendly and historic confines of Fenway Park for the first time since 1918, which is, like, a real long time ago. So it is hardly surprisingly that […]The post Tom Brady will let his son stay up late to watch Game...
Tom Brady is really enjoying his rushing stats, so much, he remembers them all. Literally. According to Patriots center Ryan Wendell that is.
Tom Brady is seemingly carrying the offense this year, both with his arm and legs. Brady called his own number on fourth and 4 and not only got the first down, got an extra four yards. Some of you may remember Brady's career long rush...
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FOXBORO, Mass. – Tom Brady‘s weekly press conference started out on a light note.
The Patriots signal-caller was asked about the Patriots’ Halloween party on Monday night. The quarterback also gave some insight into the mischief he got into during Halloween in his youth.
“Yes. We egged, we TP’ed houses,” Brady said. “We never ghosted, that’s a new thing I guess.”...
The New England Patriots sit atop the AFC East, yet Tom Brady thinks they can do better.
The Pittsburgh Steelers, on the other hand, definitely need some improvement.
Brady and the Patriots look to show some consistency and remain unbeaten at home by capitalizing on a meeting with the sputtering Steelers on Sunday.
New England (6-2) leads the second-place New York Jets by two...
New England Patriots QB Tom Brady and his wife, model Gisele Bundchen posted their Halloween looks for “the gram” – that’s Instagram for those of you not on board with the photo service. The couple went with a “Wizard of Oz” theme with Tom as the Cowardly Lion and Gisele as Dorothy.
Check out more photos of jocks on Halloween HERE
The Pittsburgh Steelers' uncharacteristically-bad start to the 2013 season hasn't been due to a lack of defense. Despite sitting at 2-5, the Steelers are giving up the second-fewest passing yards per game and are surrendering fewer than 22 points a game. They're ranked fourth overall in total defense. Much of their success on that side of the ball can be attributed to...
Tom Brady has the most Super Bowl rings of any active quarterback in the NFL. Ben Roethlisberger is second on that list. So, it’s no surprise that Big Ben counts championships above all else when judging greatness.
The Steelers quarterback spoke highly of the his Patriots counterpart on Tuesday, praising Brady for his long and successful career and pointing to his three Super Bowl...
The Patriots offense has not played very well recently. It has Patriots fans looking for things to blame left and right. Injuries, young receivers, bad protection, the list goes on and on.
So, what is it?
Well, according to former Boston Globe columnist and current MMQB scribe Greg A. Bedard, it's all of the above.
Everyone, especially the rabid fans in New England,...
The NFL season has hit its halfway point, and there still isn’t much clarity when it comes to the playoff race.
The Chiefs, Broncos, Seahawks, Saints and probably the Bengals seem like pretty safe locks for the postseason, but outside of those five things are pretty hazy. The Patriots head into Week 9 at 6-2, but Tom Brady’s accuracy troubles and a rash of injuries have their...
The New England Patriots host the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday and there are 57 reasons to watch this game. Who is in? Who is out? Find out, in your New England Patriots Week 9 injury report.
Tough news this week for star right tackle Sebastian Vollmer who broke his leg in last Sunday’s victory over the Miami Dolphins. Vollmer is done for the season.
Out again this week...
The “Worst to First” war cry has been echoing throughout New England all week but this 2013 World Series title isn’t the first time a Boston-based sports team won a title just one year after being irrelevant.
In 2001, Tom Brady led the Patriots to a Super Bowl title over the “Greatest Show on Turf,” the St. Louis Rams, after going 5-11 the previous season. The 14-point...
The AFC West battle between the undefeated Kansas City Chiefs and once-beaten Broncos on Nov. 17 at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium has been "flexed" to prime time.
Denver will now play at 6:30 p.m. and be televised on KUSA-9. It was originally scheduled at 2:05 p.m. on KCNC-4.
"We were informed by the league that this change was made to ensure the largest...