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Only minutes after Sunday’s big divisional win in Foxboro, Vince Wilfork was already looking ahead to the Patriots’ next opponent. With the Ravens on the horizon, Wilfork didn’t just see another challenge on the Patriots’ road to the Super Bowl, though, rather he said he saw a “complete team.”
“Everywhere you look, they have playmakers. They have a tight end, they have running backs, they have several receivers, they have a good offensive line, good quarterback, good fullback. Defensively, I mean, where do you start?” Wilfork said. “They stack up well against a lot of teams just because of the people they have on that squad. It makes it tougher for teams to play against them because they really don’t lack in any area.”
Wilfork might have been merely pumping the tires — to use a Roberto Luongo favorite — of the Ravens and avoid offering up any bulletin board material with his comments. Then again, maybe he’s telling the truth. He is, of course, as much of an expert on “complete te
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If you think Rob Gronkowski broke his forearm because he rushed back from the injury he suffered earlier in the season, think again.
According to CSNNE.com’s Tom E. Curran, the fractured arm suffered by Gronkowski against the Texans on Sunday is not identical to the original fracture he suffered during the Patriots’ Nov. 18 game against the Colts.
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Despite a dominant performance Sunday, the Patriots did receive some bad news. Rob Gronkowski has aggravated the forearm injury he was attempting to play through and is out for the season.
The Patriots and Ravens will once again hook up in the AFC Championship Game. This time could prove to be more difficult for the Pats, though, as they’ll reportedly be without tight end Rob Gronkowski.
Gronkowski reportedly reinjured his forearm during the Patriots’ playoff victory over the Texans on Sunday, and he’ll require season-ending surgery. Gronk’s absence will be...
The #Patriots have officially placed Rob Gronkowski on Injured Reserve.
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As I drove back from my uncle's house after watching the Patriots handily beat the Houston Texans for the second time this season, I listened to WEEI and heard multiple callers proclaim that the Patriots should trade Rob Gronkowski. I thought about entertaining this idea and trying to play both sides of the argument, but it is just too outlandish of an idea to play along. Let...
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski underwent surgery on his broken left arm, a person with knowledge of the operation told The Associated Press.
Gronkowski suffered the season-ending injury Sunday when he caught a pass fin the first quarter and landed out of bounds for an incompletion in New Englands 41-28 playoff win over the Houston Texans.
The person spoke on condition...
On the face of things, this weekend couldn't have gone much better for the New England Patriots. A comfortable victory to get the play-offs started over the Houston Texans, preceded by an upset in the form of the Baltimore Ravens win over the Denver Broncos, meaning another game at Gillette, with everything on the line.
However, there is a big smear on the weekend. When Rob...
Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is headed for another surgery on his broken left arm and will miss the remainder of the postseason.Fantasy Spin:Although it should be a huge blow to the offense, the team has averaged 34 points and 417 yards in the five games Gronkowski was sidelined. On Sunday they featured Wes Welker, Aaron Hernandez and even split out Shane Vereen. Tom Brady has...
The Patriots had to be pleased with how healthy the team was heading into the playoffs. Just one game later, the picture has changed considerably.
Rob Gronkowski reinjured the broken forearm that needed surgery a few weeks ago against the Texans on Sunday, and most reports indicate that he will miss the rest of the playoffs. Dan Roche of Boston’s WBZ confirmed that news Monday...
Bad news for the Patriots as they prepare to face off against the Baltimore Ravens this weened in the AFC conference championship. Tight end Rob Gronkowski re-injured his left forearm in Sunday’s match up and will miss the remainder of the Playoffs. Gronkowski initially injured his left forearm while blocking on an extra point attempt at the end [...]
Rob Gronkowski may be done for the season, but that doesn't mean the Patriots' playoffs hopes are over with him. New England has won before without their top TE, and they plan on doing so again.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has left Sunday's playoff game against the Houston Texans with an apparent injury to the left arm that kept him out five games during the regular season.
Running back Danny Woodhead also went out in the first quarter, leaving after the first play with a thumb injury.
Gronkowski broke his left forearm blocking for an extra point...
I just need to know from the people of Boston, you vote for Mayor Tom Menino every election solely based on the fact that you love these moments as much as I do. Menino spoke with the mayor of Baltimore over the phone in some good old-fashioned trash talking before their respective teams meet up this weekend in the AFC Championship game. Menino did what Menino does and butchered...
On Sunday afternoon, with Rob Gronkowski and his injured forearm in the locker room and Danny Woodhead having long left the field, Wes Welker was still going.
He had six catches for 120 yards at the half, and he finished the game with eight catches for 131 yards. It wasn’t like many people noticed, though, with everything else that was happening. On a day that saw key injuries...
FOXBORO, Mass. — Replacing Tom Brady is a near impossible feat — the Patriots came to that harsh realization during the 2008 season — but filling the shoes of Rob Gronkowski will be just as challenging.
Gronkowski, who missed five games with a broken forearm earlier this season, reportedly reinjured the arm during Sunday’s win, and is expected to be lost for the rest of the...