There will be a collision course on the road to Super Bowl XLVI on Sunday, when the Baltimore Ravens take on the New England Patriots in the AFC title game.
Tom Brady tied an NFL playoff record with six touchdown passes as the New England Patriots crushed Tim Tebow’s Denver Broncos, 45-10.
There is a generational schism over the notion of talk inside the chalk, which includes a cornucopia of forms, from end zone dances to pre-game predictions.
After New York’s wild on-field celebration in Foxborough — complete with Braylon Edwards’ backflip — Patriots wide receiver Deion Branch called the Jets “classless,” a description that irked the Jets’ cornerback.
Jets wide receiver Jerricho Cotchery joined Benigno & Roberts on Tuesday to discuss Sunday’s huge upset win over the New England Patriots, and sets the record straight on Deion Branch’s “classless” comments.
So the Jets weren’t all (trash) talk after all. Now Rex Ryan’s rowdy bunch is headed to its second straight AFC championship game after New York backed up its coach’s boasts with a 28-21 win Sunday over the Patriots – the team that had the best record in the NFL.
Bill Belichick’s New England Patriots are well known for making trash talk a one-sided affair. Apparently, Wes Welker didn’t get the memo.
Please forgive Antonio Cromartie for his mouth. He just hasn’t been himself all season. And it’s all Darrelle Revis’ fault. Well, at least one theory.
The Patriots’ Deion Branch spoke on Rex Ryan’s recent comments and compared him to Pats coach Bill Belichick.
Sure, Tom Brady is great. So are Peyton Manning and Michael Vick. But in Rex Ryan’s always humble opinion, they pale in comparison to Darrelle Revis.
It’s just another bye week to Bill Belichick — except he doesn’t know who his New England Patriots will be playing next.
The Patriots could clinch the AFC East and a playoff game at Gillette Stadium if they beat the Green Bay Packers on Sunday while the New York Jets lose at Pittsburgh.
Tom Brady was unfazed by it all. He shrugged off the brutal weather, dismissed one of the league’s stingiest defenses and all but yawned when someone mentioned the New England Patriots are headed back to the playoffs.
Tom Brady and the Patriots were dominating the Jets after three quarters. Not good enough for Bill Belichick’s bunch.
One fact is certain: we all love clichés. And if there is one activity in life that fosters the creation and communication of clichés, its sports.