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The winning coach yesterday was dour. After beating a divisional opponent on the road in a key game for the playoff picture, he half-heartedly trotted out to greet the opposing coach. The opposing coach offered his head and said “congratulations” and the winning coach briefly touched his hand and started to jog away, not even making eye contact.
The losing coach wasn’t happy, refusing to let go of the hand and pulling the winning coach back towards him. “Hey, hey, hey I said congratulations.“ The winning coach reluctantly came back, said “thank you, good job” and pulled away again, and trotted off. The losing coach took a few steps after him, as if to confront him, but thought better of it
That Bill Belichick, just once again showing what a poor sport, even in victory that he is.
Oh wait, that was Mike Tomlin of the Steelers who snubbed John Harbaugh yesterday? Oh. Well, it’s forgiven then, because that game was played in such a dark place.
The Patriots won their 10th AFC East Titl...
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The New England Patriots have placed wide receiver Julian Edelman on injured reserve with a foot injury and signed Donte' Stallworth at that position.
Edelman was on crutches with a walking boot on his right foot after the Patriots' 23-16 win at the Miami Dolphins last Sunday. The team's announcement Tuesday did not specify the nature of the injury. Edelman has five...
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Patriots Defensive Drives vs. Dolphins
One of the best performances of the year, if not the best.
Fantasy Football News - According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, New England Patriots wide receiver is expected to miss an extended period of time. Edelman suffered a foot injury in Sunday’s win over the Dolphins and was seen in a walking boot. FFLockerRoom Take - Well that is great news for owners of Wes Welker and Aaron Hernandez but terrible news for fantasy owners who had just...
Patriots WR Julian Edelman broke his foot Sunday and is likely to get both surgery and a trip to the IR, per Dan Roche.
The Patriots went out and signed WR Donte Stallworth in preparation for Edelman’s absence, according to the Boston Herald. This will be Stallworth’s third stint with the team.
The Patriots have dealt with some injuries this year, including the loss of both Aaron...
(via Silverman’s Best: Patriots at Dolphins - 12/2/2012)
That headline speaks volumes about the domination the New England Patriots have within their division. While they have run wild in the AFC East in the Belichick era and have an unbelievable division record of 60-19 in that span sometimes the individual games don’t always come that easy.
And that was the case once again in Miami in December. They should move Halloween to...
The Patriots didn’t put on their best performance of the season on Sunday, but it got the job done. And the result was a division title.
With a 23-16 win over the Dolphins in Miami, New England locked up their fourth straight division title and their ninth in the last 10 seasons. The win was a big one as it officially locked up a playoff spot for the now 9-3 Patriots — their...
There was some talk that Sebastian Vollmer might not play based on how he was acting in pre-game warmups. He apparently took his helmet off in frustration and then walked off with offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia and the team's trainer. Worry no more though, Vollmer is active. And so is Julian Edelman.Patriots inactives: Gronk, Mankins, Jones, Shiancoe, Petrus, Develin...
The New England Patriots came into today's game as heavy favorites against their division rival Miami Dolphins. The Patriots have made it a habit of putting a lot of points on the board in their 5 game winning streak, scoring a combines 219 points while giving up only 107. That fact alone spawned the prediction that we would see another blow-out in Miami.But the Dolphins had...
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Lead writer Nick St. Denis and AFC East Daily contributors Dan Begnoche and Sean Donovan pick the New England Patriots' divisional battle with the Miami Dolphins. Nick's take: The Patriots are pretty much unstoppable at this point, having scored 190 points combined in the last four games. And it's not just the offense. New England's defense and special teams have...
Jeff Howe's column in the Boston Herald this morning points out something very interesting about the Dolphins.They may be ranked seventh in the NFL against the run, but that doesn't tell the whole story.The Dolphins were excellent against the run in their first five games, and that’s why their place in the season-long pecking order is so high. They allowed 61.4 rushing...