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Patriots offensive lineman Logan Mankins was injured late in the first quarter of Saturday's game against the Dolphins. The team has yet to announce Mankins' status.
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It’s Saturday Gameday, which is just weird. But we are adjusting. The Patriots play the Dolphins in a few short hours, with coach Bill Belichick’s team having a chance to secure a playoff bye with a victory. With that in mind, colleague Karen Guregian and I broke down three keys to the game for the Pats. Check out our video, as edited by Bob Greim:
“The Patriots are now 102-4 since 2001 when they win the turnover battle.
“I thought we...
Wide receiver Wes Welker is good to go for today's game vs. Miami.
Welker was limited in practice by a knee ailment during the week, but was never in jeopardy of missing the game and the stud is fine to plug into fantasy lineups. As a side note, running back Shane Vereen is inactive for New England.
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Rookie running back Stevan Ridley had a season- and team-high 13 carries against the Dolphins Saturday, the second straight week he led the Patriots in rushing attempts.
The figureheads of the Patriots -- Bil Belichick and Tom Brady -- have intentionally dodged Twitter and want you to know they have zero plans to update their facebook status anytime soon.
FOXBORO - In the midst of a disastrous first quarter, there was a Eureka moment.
Tom Brady was under pressure,...
The first half was ugly.
It was ugly offensively. It was ugly defensively. It was ugly on special teams and coaching. It was so ugly this is all I will say about it.
The second half though was entirely different story as the New England Patriots rallied from 17 points down to defeat the pesky Miami Dolphins 27-24 Saturday afternoon at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro MA.
The New England Patriots overcame a 17-point deficit in Week 16 to get a 27-24 win over the Miami Dolphins, clenching a first-round bye in the AFC playoffs. The Dolphins dominated the first half, getting two touchdowns and a field goal, but tapered off in the second half as the Patriots came back and scored three touchdowns and two field goals. The Dolphins got a third touchdown...
At the start of the 2nd Half the New England Patriots trailed the Miami Dolphins 17-0 but had a terrific comeback and went on to score 27 unanswered points. The Dolphins eventually scored late in the 4th Quarter but it wasn't enough to surpass the Pats. Final score, Patriots 27, Dolphins 24.
Quarterback Tom Brady passed for 304 yards and connected with Wide Receiver...
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