Bitter Rivals of the New England Patriots

Seasons come, seasons gone – the New England Patriots have always tried to present their top game no matter the opponent on the gridiron. Still, football is a game with a lot of history, and due to its presence throughout the years, some of the Pat’s opponents have become more distinguished than others. The Patriots […]

December 2017 by admin

Is Dobson Ready?

It would certainly appear so.  Did you see the final preseason game for the Patriots? Aaron Dobson wanted to make a statement, a statement that he is back.  I believe that statement was made.  Targeted nine times in the 16-13 loss to the Giants, he finished the game with three receptions for 57 yards and […]

August 2014 by Brandon Moffet

Will Darrelle Revis bring his island to the New England Patriots?

With the exit of Aqib Talib (Denver Broncos) the New England Patriots were left with what seemed an unfillable hole in their secondary. That hole was filled on March 12th with the 1 year 12 million dollar signing of former Tampa Bay Buccaneers cornerback Darrelle Revis. The question on many minds is whether or not […]

July 2014 by FantasyJeanius

The 2013 “difference” makers are free to walk

The 2013 football season for the New England Patriots was a grind, due to injuries, an off field issue (mainly one before season even started) and just plainly not enough talent. This was a team that was praised for their hard work, their never say quit attitude and for the most part, playing their hearts […]

February 2014 by mconroy430

Does Bill Belichick have enough “no” men?

In the last few days, the New England Patriots have lost two coaches with many years of coaching experience. More specifically they lost two men, Dante Scarnecchia and Pepper Johnson, who spent a combined 28 years coaching with Bill Belichick in New England alone. All due respect to George Godsey, who left for Houston, but […]

January 2014 by mconroy430

Patriots Vs. Broncos AFC Championship 4Cast

Welcome to the 4Cast. An all new rundown touching on keys to the game, magnitude, predictions, and yes weather. Now hurry up and lose your mind, it’s the freaking AFC Championship game, winner gets a crack at a shiny new Lombardi.  Keys –Jingle jingle–  There are no “keys” here, in the traditional sense. We haven’t […]

January 2014 by nedholness1

Week 13 Post-Game Summary Patriots At Miami

After coming out of Sunday’s game with a 23-16 win over the Dolphins, the Patriots are AFC East Champs again. The top performers for the Patriots were Tom Brady with 238 Yards, 24/40 catch to attempts, 1 TD, I INT. Brady’s first interspersion in 203 attempts. Steven Ridley with 19 carries for 71 yards, and […]

December 2012 by patriotsman69

Patriots Improve Secondary with Acquisition of Aqib Talib

Dating back to last season, most notably their Super Bowl loss to the New York Giants, the Patriots have been known for their inability to stop the big play down field. Opposing quarterbacks have had little to no trouble executing on long passing plays and beating the New England secondary. The Patriots are going to […]

November 2012 by tyler

Patriots Kick it into Gear in Second Half in Week 4

Things did not look good for the Patriots at the halfway point of Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills.  They only managed one touchdown and surely looked like they were on their way to their second loss of the season.  Something happened in the locker room during halftime, though, because they came out and had […]

October 2012 by FT-Blogger

Patriots Need Win Big Time In Week 4

Few thought the New England Patriots would have one loss this early in the season, let alone two.  They are at a 1-2 record on the season, however, and need a win big time in week 4 against division rivals the Buffalo Bills.  This will be a big signifier for whether the Patriots will be […]

September 2012 by FT-Blogger