Found October 19, 2012 on
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It sounds pretty outrageous to be saying this going into Week 7. But it could be true. I warn you in advance that this would be the worst case scenario. BUT... This game could create a tailspin that would render the season done, and it hinges on the New York Jets coming to town. The New England Patriots stand at 3-3 (and don't give me the "But we've only lost the games by 4 points" talk, we're 3-3.), as do the Jets, and everyone else in the AFC East. We lose this game, we'll be a game behind on the Jets. Imagine that. Imagine the momentum that would give the Jets. They've got a pretty easy schedule to come (just the Pats again... oh and I hear the Seattle Seahawks are tough to beat on the road.). They can win a lot of those games even without Darelle Revis and Santonio Holmes.Now from our side. If we can't stop Mark Sanchez on Sunday, with Jeremy Kerley as his main target. I can't even imagine. Pretty much all of Pats nation will just sigh and g...
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Stevan Ridley took Casual Friday to another level.
The Patriots running back strutted his stuff through the Patriots' locker room in none other than an adult onesie on Friday.
Ridley prefers to call the getup a "jumpsuit," but it's semantics, really. Nothing takes away from the fact that an adult onesie -- or "jumpsuit" -- is a very...
Patriots running back Stevan Ridley was seen ROCKIN’ his all in one “jumpsuit” after practice today at Gillette Stadium. Ridley is not only the team’s leading rusher but fashion trend setter as well.
Damn, this looks like a BAD Boy Band in pajamas.
Check out “Woody” he looks like he just rolled out of bed Christmas morning to open up his presents...
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Tough guys wear onesiesI've always heard that the way to tell a tough team is where they rank in rushing and where they rank in stopping the run.That's the tell tale sign of a physical team, that's tough to play. Over the past few years, the Patriots have not been particularly great in the rushing category. They've also usually been an average run defense.Not so far...
1. Contain Rob Gronkowski
- Gronkowski absolutely murdered the Jets last year, highlighted by his posting eight catches for 113 yards and two scores in their second meeting, a 37-16 Patriots blowout victory. If the Jets want to win, they’re going to have to find a way to contain Gronk. That probably means a heavy dose of LaRon Landry and Antonio Allen covering Gronkowski, if the...
QB Tom Brady
The Jets defend the pass much better than they defend the run, and the Patriots are certain to exploit that weakness early and often. Even if the Pats lean on the run, I expect Brady to make the Jets pay with big plays off playaction. He won’t be airing it out 50 times this week, but he’ll still likely put up 275 yards and 2-3 scores.
RBs Stevan Ridley, Brandon...
After last year's "year of the tight end", Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez became two of the most threatening receivers in the New England offense. Being in the same division as the best passing quarterback in the league, our very own Tom Brady, the New York Jets had no other option, but to adjust their defense to compete against this powerful offense.Last year,...
America can go get their own ******* team. The New England Patriots are NEW ENGLAND's, and specifically, Boston's team. Go cheer for the ******* Cowboys. I actually had this thought the other day, before Cromartie called them that, when someone on Twitter followed me and their profile was #LakerNation #YankeeNation #PatsNation. It was one of the most sobering things ever...
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On the special units squad. Mark Sanchez recently stated that "Tebow has been great on special teams and doing some of the Wildcat stuff."Oh has he Mark? That's good to hear. You'll probably be saying the same thing later this season when you've led your team down the *******, except instead of complimenting his special teams play you'll be complimenting...