Found December 09, 2011 on Redskins Insider:
How he beats you: The third-year cornerback has come into his own this season, recording an NFL-best seven interceptions and also leads the Patriots with 65 tackles and 12 pass deflections. The 5-foot-10, 196-pound graduate of Gwynn Park High School does well both in man and zone coverage and has sharp instincts. Said Redskins offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan: “He’s got good hands. DBs touch a lot of balls throughout the year. When he’s touched balls, he’s picked them. Their defense, they mix it up. They play some man coverage and they play some soft zone. He’s done a good job at both. When the ball’s a little behind a guy or when the quarterback overthrows someone in the zone in coverage, he’s got good vision [and] he’s done a good job making plays on that ball. When he has, he’s caught them.” Read full article >>

Patriots sign DL Eric Moore, put Cunningham on IR

The New England Patriots signed defensive lineman DL Eric Moore and promoted defensive back Malcolm Williams from the practice squad. Defensive lineman Jermaine Cunningham was placed on injured reserve with a hamstring injury, and defensive back Sterling Moore was released. Eric Moore played in four games for the Patriots last season and had 13 tackles, two sacks and two forced...

The New England Patriots sign DE/OLB Eric Moore

The Patriots have signed 30-year old DE/OLB Eric Moore.  Moore played in 4 games for the Patriots last year and he had 14 tackles, 1 tackle for a loss, 2 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery and 1 pass defensed.  Moore has now played in 33 games in his first five years in the NFL and he has 45 tackles, 2 tackles for a loss, 4 sacks, 2 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery and...

Patriots bring back a familiar face: Say hello (again) to DE Eric Moore

 The Patriots have filled their need at defensive end, bringing back a familiar face. It’s just not the one we expected. The Patriots will re-sign Eric Moore, according to his agent Eric Hires. The 6-foot-4, 268-pound Moore contributed mightily at the end last year, with 14 tackles and two sacks in five games. But he was cut at the end of camp this year, which was a surprise....

Patriots' No-Huddle Offense As Much About Attitude As Execution

FOXBORO, Mass. -- After the Patriots only managed one first-quarter possession and watched the Colts dictate the early pace of Sunday's game at Gillette Stadium, quarterback Tom Brady demanded that the offense accelerate its attack with its next opportunity. They started with a grueling 16-play drive that included four third-down conversions, but that also kicked off a stretch...

New England Patriots Look to Wrap Up AFC East

The New England Patriots look to expand their four game win streak this Sunday when they face the Washington Redskins. The Redskins have lost seven of their last eight and sit at 4-8 on the season. The Patriots, coming off a rather embarrassing victory over the win-less Indianapolis Colts, are looking to work out a few things this week against the Skins’. New England comes in as... News Blitz - 12/8/2011

Andre Carter returns to Washington. The Patriots look to stay mistake free. It’s all inside today’s edition of the News Blitz.

Wilfork, Patriots wary of reeling Redskins

Merely minutes into last week's game against the winless Indianapolis Colts, Vince Wilfork barreled through the offensive line and set the tone with an early sack.

Redskins Friday Six-Pack

The Patriots head to Washington - where the team hasn't won in the Bill Belichick era - with a chance to improve to 10-3 and possibly clinch the AFC East.

All Tom Brady Does is Throw Touchdowns

Man this kid had a rough Sunday after Tom Brady lit up his Philadelphia Eagles.  This kid really hates Tom Brady and everything he represents.  His parents are grooming him

Redskins secondary braces for Patriots WR Wes Welker

The Washington Redskins this season have faced their fair share of talented wide receivers. They’ve seen Larry Fitzgerald, Steve Smith, Dez Bryant, DeSean Jackson and Santonio Holmes. But when the New England Patriots come to town Sunday, Washington’s defensive backs will face the most prolific wideout in the game today: Wes Welker. Read full article >>

DALY: Tight end is the new glamour position

ANALYSIS/OPINION Had circumstances not intervened, this could have been quite the Sunday at Fed Ex Field, a veritable Tight End Jamboree. The New England Patriots would have shown up with twin terrors Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez, and the Washington Redskins would have countered with their formidable pair, Chris Cooley ...
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