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Monday, 13 May 2013 15:51

New England Patriots News from Around the Web: Daily Links for May 13, 2013

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Happy Game 7 day, Patriots fans (hopefully you are a Bruins fans as well). If you can't wait until 7:30 for the puck to drop, take a look at the latest Patriots links around the web to pass the time.

NESN

Brian Hartline Says Dolphins Have Better Receiving Corps Than Patriots, Rest of AFC East

Luke Hughes of NESN reports that Miami Dolphins wide receiver Brian Hartline says his team's receiving corps is better than the Pats' and the rest of the AFC East.

 

CBSSports.com

Versatile Watt, powerful Ngata, Wilfork best of defensive lineman

Pat Kirwan, NFL Insider for CBS Sports, writes an in-depth piece on the dynamics of defensive lineman in today's game. Ranking Vince Wilfork among the NFL's best and Chandler Jones on the rise.

 

MusketFire.com

New England Patriots: Revisiting and Grading The Draft: 2002

MusketFire.com has an interesting piece on looking back at the 2002 NFL Draft and making grades on the individual picks and who they should have got instead.

 

Yahoo! Sports

Cincinnati Bengals Smart to Study the New England Patriots

Chris Rolling of Yahoo Sports has a good read on the Cincinnati Bengals trying to emulate the Pats offensive scheme of having two explosive tight ends after drafting Notre Dame's Tyler Eifert.

 

MassLive.com

Gillette Stadium to host rugby game on Aug. 10

Gillette Stadium is planning on hosting a rugby game in August and, if the game goes well, a rugby league could be formed with help from the NFL.

 

NEPatriots.com

Bill Belichick's Affinity for Greg Schiano, Rutgers Should Be Questioned

Bill Belichick's love affair with Rutgers is well documented, but the folks over at NEPatriots.com believe that his preference of Rutgers players should be questioned.