Found November 24, 2011 on Boston Herald Sports:
FOXBORO - Beyond whatever arm ailment may be hindering Tom Brady's passing mechanics at the moment, a look at recent...

Remember that time Tom Brady caught a pass?

Remember that time Tom Brady caught a pass?

Vote: Are You Concerned About Tom Brady's Elbow?

Tom Brady says his elbow is fine. His un-Brady-like starts to games in recent weeks have made many Patriots fans unsure. The injury -- or non-injury -- could be a big blow to a team that relies heavily on its quarterback. With Brady healthy, the Patriots are yet again a favorite in the AFC. With him banged up, their prospects become much worse. Whatever his condition, Brady has thrown...

Patriots QB Tom Brady’s mechanical guru explains why “it does take him a while to get warmed up”

After the way the Patriots started on Sunday, the focus shifted to why the team has continued to start slowly. No doubt, as we head down to Gillette Stadium, that will be an item to discuss today. In this morning’s Boston Herald, perhaps we found as good an explanation as any. Colleague Karen Guregian talked with QB Tom Brady’s mechanical guru Tom Martinez, who discussed that...

Bill Belichick, Tom Brady Don't Run Up the Score and Other Leftover Patriots Thoughts

Are we really talking about this again? After Tom Brady had the gall to hand a football to Shane Vereen (a guaranteed Hall of Famer who has built a Walter Payton-esque career of overpowering linebackers and scoring dozens of touchdowns per season), the conversation in the football world quickly turned to Bill Belichick, the evil hoodie-wearer who runs up the score on opponents and...

Patriots QB Brady says his throwing arm feels fine

Tom Brady hasn't looked quite like Tom Brady this year and there are reports the Patriots' QB is battling a bone bruise in his right throwing elbow. Brady did his best to put those reports to rest Wednesday.

Patriots regain dominance, face easy schedule

The New England Patriots routed their last two opponents by a combined margin of 52 points. Now comes the easy part. With a two-game lead in the once-competitive AFC East and no remaining opponents with winning records, the conference's highest scoring team faces a smooth path to a division title. The Patriots, of course, won't say that. All that matters to them is Sunday...

Patriots increasingly reliant on young tight ends

The Patriots can’t beat teams through the air outside the numbers. Tom Brady increasingly looks inside the hashmarks, mostly to his tight ends. Ian Rapoport of the Boston Herald has the numbers. Brady has targeted Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez 84 times for 56 receptions for 675 yards since Week Five. He’s targeted his starting wideouts…

Pats Pregame Points: Game 11 at Eagles

By Chris Warner, Patriots Daily Staff You ever wrestle with your big brother? You know when he pins you and somehow dangles saliva inches over your forehead before sucking it back up? Well, that’s what the first half of the Kansas City game felt like: 30 minutes of tense, dreadful saliva-dangling. Today, all Pats fans feel thankful for myriad reasons, one of them being that the...

Mevs' Thanksgiving Day Picks

One of my favorite holidays is finally here, and I'm here to give you the picks you could certainly live without but just might stumble upon and find something that you like. Thanksgiving is a time that everyone should sit back and recognize what they're appreciative of. It could be fairly simple or it could be something large. I realize this time of year every year despite...

Pats hope to get out of blocks quicker on Sunday

By Tim BrittonOne thing the Patriots know they must do in the future is start games stronger, especially on the offensive end. New England's once-potent offense has slumbered in the early stages of games lately, scoring just nine points in the first quarter of their last four games. "We have to do a better job of starting the game with better plays, with better execution...
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