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The New England Patriots are optimistic tight end Rob Gronkowski will make his season debut Sunday against the New Orleans Saints, reports ESPN and Pro Football Talk. Gronkowski has missed the Patriots previous five games while recovering from back and forearm surgeries. The
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Week 6 vs. New Orleans Saints
Projected stats: 7 receptions for 87 yards and one touchdown
Week 7 @ New York Jets
Projected stats: 6 receptions for 58 yards and two touchdowns
Week 8 vs. Miami Dolphins
Projected stats: 4 receptions for 33 yards
Week 9 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
Tom Brady was thrown off his game in Cincinnati - Sports - The Boston Globe:
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I think they’re definitely a hard team to prepare for....
Tom Brady's streak of touchdown passes ended in a driving rain against a defense that's gotten good at shutting down some of the league's best.
BenJarvus Green-Ellis ran 1 yard in the fourth quarter for the game's only touchdown, and the Cincinnati Bengals ended Brady's long TD streak on Sunday in a 13-6 victory over the previously unbeaten New England Patriots...
Rob Gronkowski is reportedly expected to return for the New England Patriots against the New Orleans Saints this weekend. Pro Football Talk cited a league source on Tuesday morning who claims Gronkowski will be cleared this week and will suit up on Sunday. Gronkowski had multiple surgeries on his broken forearm and another surgery on […]
The 4-1 record that the Patriots own does not really reflect the amount of headaches that this team's offense has caused for fans. Though the defense has made some serious improvement, it has been the offense that is lacking. After leading the NFL is various offensive statistics last year, the offense has been nothing more than mediocre. With Tom Brady at the helm, one would...
Hats off to the Bengals defense. They stopped quarterback Tom Brady from doing something he's done in 52 straight games. Throw a touchdown pass.
The Patriots had an abyssmal day on offense, being not only held without a touchdown but futhermore they were held to only 248 total yards.
Brady in particular had a terrible 52.2 passer rating, completing just 47% of his passes while...
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Tom Brady had a bad game, and the Patriots dropped their first game of the season
The midweek NFL injury report came out Wednesday, and as usual New England did not list the most obvious item.
Name: Tom Brady. Position: Quarterback. Injury: Tongue. Game Status: Probable.
The Patriots' offense is a mess. As he has done throughout his career, Brady bit his tongue when asked why. By now it must be hanging together by a couple of taste buds.
"I just want...
The Patriots’ offense hasn’t exactly been producing at the same levels as in years past, and Tom Brady will be the first one to explain why.
“We’re not executing at the level we need to execute at,” Brady said during his weekly appearance on WEEI’s Dennis and Callahan Morning Show. “We scored six points. We really haven’t played well, up to our capabilities all season...
The Patriots are going to need every weapon possible when the Saints come to town on Sunday, but a couple of big what if’s are clouding the days leading up to the Week 6 matchup.
Rob Gronkowski has been listed as “day to day” longer than most Pats fans would like, but with New England coming off arguably their worst offensive performance, it appears that they’ll be adding...
Concussion experts have advocated for years that kids shouldn’t play tackle football until high school, when their bodies are more developed and they can better absorb the hits the game hands out.
That advice has gotten a lot of pushback from folks who think kids have to learn how to hit when they’re young to play well, though. They made their voices heard again this week after...
New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees and New England Patriots QB Tom Brady both saw some long running streaks come to an end on Sunday. Both players were on the road. Brees was trying to break his own record while Brady was trying to continue his assault on a touchdown record.
Drew Brees tied his own record last week, throwing for 300 or more yards in his ninth consecutive game. After...
It was Opposite Day in Patriots land as the Pats lost to the Bengals by a final score of 13-6. Strangely, it was the offense that failed to live up to expectations, while the defense did all it could to keep the team in the game.
We'll start with the bad and end with the good to keep things a little positive.
Tom Brady and the offense was awful. Yes, there were some...