Found September 16, 2013 on Sports-Glory:
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says everyone on offense is to blame for their struggles in Thursday night’s 13-10 win over the New York Jets. With three top receiving targets missing Thursday, Brady completed less than 50 percent of his passes, while running an offense that converted just 4 of 18 third downs and had more punts (11) than first downs (9). “It’s overall execution of our whole offense,” Brady

Danny Amendola will not undergo surgery

Source: Danny Amendola is not going to have sports hernia surgery. Return now in framework of a few weeks — Karen Guregian (@kguregian) September 17, 2013 Karen Guregian of the Boston Herald reported Tuesday night that New England Patriots WR Danny Amendola will not undergo sports hernia surgery. Per, Guregian, Amendola is expected to return in a few weeks. “A few weeks” is...

Bill Belichick claims Gronkowski and Amendola are day-to-day

Even though Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola isn’t expected to be back for another 2-6 weeks,  head coach Bill Belichick considers him to be day-to-day.  He also placed tight end Rob Gronkowski in the same category. Coach Bill Belichick answered a question about Gronkowski by saying that the team sees all of their injured players as “day-to-day” on a Monday conference...

Tom Brady’s Low Completion Percentage Shows Effects of Struggling Rookies, Lack of Patriots Running Game

Dink and dunk it was not. Drift and drop may be more accurate. The Patriots exhibited the opposite of precision Thursday night against the Jets, making a game that would end underwater extremely sloppy before rain even fell. The final score was 13-10 New England, but it was surprising that even those points were scored. The teams totaled just 24 first downs (only nine for the Patriots...

Brady: Problem isn't just receiver position

BY NICK ST. DENISTom Brady spent most of last Thursday night screaming at his young group of wide receivers. Monday, he's calmly assessing the team as a whole.New England's inexperienced pass-catchers (or droppers) struggled against the New York Jets last week in a tight 13-10 win, and while Brady let them know about it, the veteran quarterback is taking some ownership of...

Rob Gronkowski likely to sit out one more week, lifting team spirits anyway

Patriots star tight end Rob Gronkowski has been in recovery from back surgery that he had all the way back in mid-June. According to the timetable for recovery, Gronk should've been healed a little before the start of the regular season. However, the Patriots are being extra cautious with their best offensive weapon left. Gronk has practiced on a limited basis the last two...

Just a Little Patience

It will take time for the Patriots rookie receivers to develop, but will Tom Brady have enough patience to wait.

Report: Danny Amendola To Miss A Month With Torn Adductor, Sports Hernia

Jay Glazer is reporting that Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola has a torn adductor, and a likely sports hernia. I reported Danny Amendola torn adductors but he's gotten conflicting reports from docs on whether he has … — Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) September 15, 2013 Ian Rapoport of is reporting that Amendola is likely to miss close to a month...

Danny Amendola Has Torn Adductor Muscles

According to Jay Glazer of FOX Sports, Patriots receiver Danny Amendola has torn adductor muscles, which connect the hips to the legs.Fantasy Spin:Amendola also may need sports hernia surgery. Fantasy owners who drafted him knew the injury risk involved here but likely didn't expect to be dealing with it so soon into the season.

Marquice Cole, Matthew Slater Missing From Practice As Danny Amendola Participates Looking Hobbled

FOXBORO, Mass. — It’s a good thing Bill Belichick values special teams so much that nearly every player on the roster can participate on kickoffs and punts. Two of the team’s best special teamers were missing from practice. Matthew Slater, who reportedly has a broken wrist, and Marquice Cole were the only players not present at practice, who are presently on the 53-man roster...

Has the Patriots defense made the next step?

Years and years, Patriot fans heavily relied on their offense to produce not only the points, but the wins. The defense was always being worked on and even with the genius of Belichick, the defense simply could never be trusted. Its not only cost the Patriots regular season wins, but even playoff wins, and one could say a Super Bowl. Think of where Tom Brady would be standing right...

Football Week Two: A Picture Is Worth A Thousand Words

Week two started early with a Thursday night game in Foxboro Massachusetts. It was a dark and stormy night, though not the only one this week. Lightning and rain actually delayed Sunday games in Tampa, Florida and Seattle, as well. Tom Brady struggled through pouring rain for most of the Patriots' contest with the Jets. After the delay in Tampa Bay, Marques Colston makes a clutch...
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