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Its championship week for the Patriots, who will claim the AFC East crown Sunday if they can beat the Dolphins in Miami. The Pats return to work today, and Tom Brady [stats] and company are well aware of what lies ahead this weekend.
It assures you a home playoff game, Brady told WEEIs Dennis & Callahan this morning. Thats goal No. 1. Thats what we can accomplish...
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Tom Brady to Wes Welker for 99 1/2 yard touchdown (by drgonzomtl)
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DAVIE, Fla. Its probably not a good idea to compare your rookie quarterback to Tom Brady the week your team plays New England.
Perhaps thats why Miami center Mike Pouncey played it coy on Wednesday when asked to expound upon having last month compared Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill to the Patriots star.
I said that? Pouncey said before laughing. You sure? That a rookie reminded...
For nearly a decade, the Patriots have been known as a pass-first team on offense. That strategy isn’t going to change anytime soon. But the emergence of a sound and productive running game has at least shifted the offensive method in New England.
Stevan Ridley, who ranks third in the AFC with 939 rushing yards, has brought new life to a team that hasn’t produced an effective...
The Big Leagues The Jets’ biggest fan quits, NFL cheerleaders are going bald, and Tom Brady isn’t actually the worst actor in the known universe.
You thought it wasn't nice to fool Mother Nature? Try running your mouth at Bill Belichick, Tom Brady, and the New England Patriots!As if the Patriots are going to be intimidated by anyone, let alone the mediocre Dolphins. I'm tired of hearing lower tier teams complain about the scores of ballgames they never had a chance to win anyways. Did anybody bat an eye when the &...
Now that all the Thanksgiving leftovers have been polished off, let's take a look at the updated Positive Impact Factor standings through Week 12 of the 2012 NFL season.
Tom Brady retained the top spot that he took over from RGIII back in Week 10. However, the rookie is not far off Brady's pace.
Here's the standings so far (movement in brackets, rookies in bold):
Jim Harbaugh has found himself in the best, but possibly also the worst, situation for his team.
I mean, what coach doesn’t want the choice between two talented and more than capable quarterbacks? Nothing is worse than lacking a capable quarterback. So, having two who are must be a fantastic scenario. Only, some serious complications could rise from the fallen’s ashes.
Peyton Manning shared the MVP award with Steve McNair in 2003, the first of the former Colts quarterback’s Hall of Fame career.
Counting that season, either Manning or Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has been named NFL MVP six times in those nine seasons. It’s beginning to look like it could be one of those two legends once again coming away with the trophy this season.
Looking to play a quick game of “Where’s Waldo?” during an NFL game this Sunday? Hate to spoil your fun, but it’s not going to take very long to find him.
As the winter season is now upon us, the NFL has released its latest line of cold-weather apparel, which features some interesting hats. The knit sideline hats have been distributed to the players and are now for sale on...
The Miami Dolphins, after winning a thriller last week over the Seattle Seahawks to snap their three-game losing streak, now hope to keep their outside chance at a playoff berth alive with another victory Sunday. Problem is, the division-leading New England Patriots are coming to town. Miami, losers of eight of its past 10 matchups with New England, including four straight, must...