New England Patriots
Kellen Winslow reportedly predicted on Twitter that he expects the Patriots and Broncos to reach the AFC Championship game.
While many consider Peyton Manning to be the greatest “regular season” quarterback of all-time, it really is, in part, a function of being a “dome” quarterback for much of his career. That doesn’t bode well going forward.
This latest version of Brady vs. Manning was a rout. And then it wasn’t, stretching deep into overtime before New England’s biggest winning rally in franchise history gave it a 34-31 victory over Denver.
The Carolina Panthers topped the New England Patriots 24-20 Monday night for their sixth straight victory.
As if we haven’t seen enough of Tom Brady already, one of the New York Post’s sources says he can now “look down on Gotham like Batman.”
Rex Ryan pushed back at Bill Belichick. The New York coach vehemently denied the New England coach’s claim that the Jets used similar push techniques on field goals against the Patriots on Sunday.
The “push-gate” saga between the Jets and Patriots took another turn for the surreal on Wednesday when Rex Ryan responded to Bill Belichick’s accusations of foul play.
Bill Belichick just wants to move on — but as long as he gets the last word first.
Call the Jets whatever you want. Rex Ryan doesn’t care. Some say lucky. Others say good. Or, maybe, it’s a little of both.
Official records show the man who apparently appears punching a female Patriots fan in the face at MetLife Stadium this weekend has a criminal past, but the man’s mother told CBS 2 his actions were in self-defense.
What did they know? When did they know it? And who did they tell? Almost sounds like Washington politics, doesn’t it? No, this is about the Jets and the Patriots and the penalty heard around the world.
The Jets were better than the Patriots on Sunday. Defensive end Sheldon Richardson says Gang Green is better than New England, period.
For all of us who declared before the season that Gang Green was gangrenous this year, it’s time to munch on our words, and even flash a little gratitude for perhaps the most beleaguered franchise in football.
Tom Brady isn’t used to this. For the Patriots quarterback, there’s losing — and then there’s losing to the rival New York Jets.
A quarterback on a struggling team is out with a serious knee injury — and that can only mean one thing. Let the Tebow talk begin.