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With the Patriots and Giants set to square off in Super Bowl 46, most of the media attention has focused on “the rematch.” This was the match-up everyone wanted to see and we knew that if New York and New England won their conferences we were in for a long two weeks of revenge talk. In reality, the Patriots have only a handful of players left on their roster from the 2007 team. The Giants have a few more, but not even half of their current team. It is more of a rematch for the fans than the players.
In fact, Tom Brady admits he still can’t even watch footage from that devastating loss in Super Bowl 42 that cost New England a perfect season.
“I still can’t watch highlights from that game,” Brady said on WEEI’s Dennis and Callahan Show Monday morning. “I think that’s just the way it is. You get to the end and we had a great opportunity there and really squandered it, because we didn’t play our very best.”
I’m not here to tell Brady or the Patriots how to prepare for a Super Bowl, but som
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Tom Brady has the New England Patriots back in the Super Bowl.
The Patriots beat the stunned Ravens 23-20 in the AFC Championship Game Sunday after Baltimore's Billy Cundiff missed a 32-yard field goal attempt with 11 seconds remaining that would have tied the score.
Brady scored the winning touchdown when he leaped over the vaunted Ravens defense in the fourth quarter.
Tom Brady had one of his more memorable post-game moments on the AFC title game podium last night. “Well, I sucked pretty bad today, but our defense saved us,” Brady said. “And I’m going to try to go out and do a better job in a couple weeks.” It was an interesting moment. Brady was…
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. A series of text messages began streaming into Tom Martinez's iPhone at 6:30 p.m. Sunday and continued through Monday morning. The sender, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, excited about reaching his fifth Super Bowl, promised to remedy his AFC title game shortcomings and then, before closing, gauged Martinez’s health.
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Tom Brady and the Patriots offense have been rolling. But can they keep it up against the Ravens' stingy defense with a ticket to Super Bowl XLVI on the line? Follow the AFC title game here.
In 2011, the New England Patriots may have finished with the second worst defense, but they’re Super Bowl bound—and you cannot take that away from them.
Granted, the majority of New England’s success this season came from the arm of Tom Brady, but in their AFC Championship victory over the Baltimore Ravens, their defense made plays when it counted the most.
While it is always fun for the media to talk about Bill Belichick and Tom Brady and how dominant the Patriots have been over the past decade, there is only so much they can say about it. Highlights from Super Bowl 42 will be a go-to move, but with two weeks off between the conference championship games and the Super Bowl writers need quotes. They aren’t going to get any from...
Tom Brady drove the Patriots down the field for a field goal on New England’s first possession of the second half.Not to be outdone, Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco drove the Raves down the field. He didn’t match the field goal though. On a third down, Flacco hit Torrey Smith for a 29-yard touchdown. That gave the Ravens a 17-16 lead.Baltimore rookie LaQuan Williams forced a...
FOXBORO - Patriots coach Bill Belichick isn't interested in statistics. Neither is his quarterback.
Plenty of people expected a close game between the Ravens and Patriots, but they didn't expect it to unfold the way the first half unfolded on Sunday afternoon.
The Patriots lead 13-10 at the half because they are making things happen in the run game. BenJarvus Green-Ellis churned up 50 yards on eight carries and scored from seven yards out in the second quarter.