1. Skip to Menu
  2. Skip to Content
  3. Skip to Footer
Please excuse our appearance while we renovate in 2017

Call into the studio: 347-215-7771

Log in  \/ 
Register  \/ 

Billy Wyatt

Billy Wyatt

Billy Wyatt is a New England Patriots beat reporter for CLNS Radio. Now covering the Patriots for multiple seasons, Billy is a veteran journalist at CLNSRadio.com A graduate of the University of Hartford with a communications degree, Billy’s prior experience was as a sports writer for the Hartford Informer.You can reach Billy via e-mail at bwyatt_91@yahoo.com. And you can follow him on Twitter @Billy_NFL.

The regular seasons winds down for the Patriots with a loss. They’ll now turn their attentions to the playoffs.

In their final road game of the season, the Patriots beat the Jets 17-16. In doing so, New England earned a first round bye in the playoffs.

In a “hat and t-shirt” game, the Patriots took care of business. They clinched a sixth straight AFC East crown with a 41-13 victory over the Dolphins.

The Patriots didn't look dominant as they have over the last couple of months. Despite that, they managed to escape San Diego with a win.

Friday, 05 December 2014 05:19

Gates And Gronkowski - A Historic Match-Up

Not only does Sunday night’s match-up between the Patriots and Chargers feature two teams that are very much in the AFC’s playoff hunt, but it also features arguably the two most potent quarterback and tight end pairings in NFL history.

Thursday, 04 December 2014 04:28

Aaron Dobson To IR - His Season Ends

Entering the 2014 season, big things were expected from the former 2014 second round draft pick. On Thursday afternoon, his season was ended.

The Patriots matchup with the Packers was billed as a potential Super Bowl matchup. Who came out on top in the late season matchup?

Darrelle Revis signed a two-year $32 million contract with the Patriots in March of this year. But, will he be one and done in New England?

In their first game off the bye, the Patriots picked up right where they left off, dominating teams. The Colts fell to the Patriots 42-20.

As the Patriots come off their bye week they are sitting pretty at 7-2. Obviously, some players had a bigger impact on that record than others. Who are those players?

Get Social