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New England vs. St. Louis Sunday, 1:00 p.m. ET, at Wembley Stadium, London, England - TV: CBS; DirecTV: 711 *TV announcers: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms *Keys to the game: The Rams moved the pocket, highlighting the underrated athleticism of QB Sam Bradford, to keep him clear of Clay Matthews last week. A mishmash of niche receivers and a diminished role for RB Steven Jackson is causing the offense to be more disjointed, but the positive development has been the play in the trenches -- on both sides of the ball -- for St. Louis. The Patriots have the right tools to chip away at the Rams' hard-nosed defense. First priority for QB Tom Brady is getting the ball out before DEs Robert Quinn and Chris Long fire off the line. New England's screen game utilizes shifty RB Danny Woodhead and both tight ends -- Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez -- and is a source of big plays against defenses that dare to play "cover 0" with straight man-to-man assignments all over the field....
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Mike Lombardi of the NFL Network is reporting that the St. Louis Rams, conceding to the fact that they're not going to the Super Bowl this season or any time soon, are open to trading players for draft picks. (note to Rams, you're 3-3, long way to go guys, the Patriots are even 3-3, relax) With the trade deadline only 9 days away, one intriguing scenario being mentioned...
When Dan Patrick asked Rob Gronkowski whether they would "crush beers" if the two were to ever hang out, Gronk denied ever "crushing" said beverage.
Following another game in which the New England Patriots nearly squandered a lead in the fourth quarter, Tom Brady finds himself wondering if the expectations among Patriots fans may be too high. Considering they entered the season with one of the easier schedules in the league, it is surprising that the Patriots needed a win over the Jets to crawl over .500. When asked about his...
Patriots defensive possessions vs. Jets Drive Chart
I always enjoy Football Outsider’s efficiency-based DVOA rankings and think they paint a far...
Boston HeraldWhen taking roll call earlier today during the media viewing portion of the Pats walkthrough, Vinsanthe Shiancoe was spotted on the practice field. A short time ago, the Patriots confirmed it was in fact ShiancoeThe tight end had been placed on injured reserve with the designation to return. Under the new rule, Shiancoe was eligible to return to practice after Week...
Patrick Chung leading the activities with kids at the Stop & Shop Healthy Kids Summit at Gillette Stadium. Photo credit: Melanie Hocking
New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung spent Monday evening playing tag, skipping and practicing kickoffs at Gillette Stadium.
Is this the new defensive plan for the Patriots?
Monday evening, Gillette Stadium was filled with...
Rob Ninkovich knocked the ball out of Mark Sanchez's hand in overtime and lifted the New England Patriots into sole possession of first place in the AFC East.
The undersized defensive end got around right tackle Austin Howard and hit Sanchez high while Jermaine Cunningham got him low for a sack, sealing a 29-26 overtime victory over the New York Jets on Sunday.
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- The New England Patriots, who already lost three games this season by four points, were on the brink of another crushing loss Sunday. This one was coming at the hands of the New York Jets. Cue Tom Brady. The future Hall of Famer, his team trailing 26-23 after a disastrous five late minutes of football, took the Patriots down the field and into field-goal...
When Bill Belichick
led the Patriots across the pond three years ago, the result was a 35-7 rout of
the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. But Belichick admits that the transition wasn't as
easy as the final score might indicate.
This time around,
Belichick is much more aware of the situation, including the six hour
difference in time zones, and he's making sure...
Who's that standing behind Tom Brady? Is that Trump? Yes it is.Evil is on our side!!
Hopefully you listened to most our sleeper picks last week, and ignored the Kendall Wright advice. Yea, he was a big disappointment despite a great match up as he only had 3 catches for 19 yards. Hopefully all the sleepers will exceed expectations this week!
This week there are 4 teams on bye, Baltimore, Buffalo, Cincinnati and Houston. That along with the fact that many big name...