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Monday, 10 March 2014 23:46

New England Patriots Release WR T.J. Moe

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According to T.J. Moe's agent, the undrafted wide receiver out of Missouri has been released by New England. Moe, a slot receiver, was brought into Patriots training camp last season, and performed well, until tearing his Achilles during OTA's. He was subsequently placed on injured reserve. The team was hopeful that…
Sunday, 02 March 2014 18:35

NFL Salary Cap Set at $133 Million

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On Friday, the NFL salary cap was set at a record-high, $133 million. This trumps the previous record of $127,997 million, set in 2009.  Last year's salary cap was set at $123 million. While this certainly marks a significant jump, Adam Schefter is reporting that cap numbers are expected to…
Wednesday, 26 February 2014 20:05

The Saga That Won't Go Away

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  According to Mike Florio of profootballtalk.com, Aaron Hernandez attacked another inmate in the Bristol County Jail on Tuesday. The former Patriots tight end rarely comes in contact with the other prisoners but after being jawed at throughout the day, Hernandez "happened" to find himself in the same hallway as…
  While the NFL draft is still several months away, if you are to figure out what Bill Belichick and company are planning to do, come May, it is important that you start scouting now. The Patriots don't figure to have too much cap space this offseason and while some…
Wednesday, 29 January 2014 21:41

New England Patriots: Salary Cap Situation

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For the last few years, Patriots fans have cried out for the team to land Larry Fitzgerald or a receiver of that caliber. While the Cardinals have experienced some down years since Randy Moss was shipped out of New England and the hollering for another player of his nature began.…
Wednesday, 22 January 2014 22:55

New England Patriots: Goodbye Old Friend

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After spending 30 years with the New England Patriots, assistant head coach and offensive line coach, Dante Scarnecchia is retiring. Scarnecchia is one of the premier offensive line coaches in the history of the National Football League. He's been able to take patchwork offensive lines and turn them into a…
  The tone was set on the first possession of the game, a three-and-out for New England. The hope that LeGarrette Blount would be able to plow the Patriots past Denver and into the Super Bowl was quickly dashed. Blount finished with an underwhelming five carries for six yards. Peyton Manning carved…
  Following what was the most entertaining game of wild card weekend, no disrespect to San Francisco and Green Bay, who slugged it out at the Frozen Tundra, the Colts come into Gillette Stadium with a boatload of confidence.  During Indianapolis's second half comeback, Andrew Luck keyed in on T.Y.…
On September 8th, the Patriots opened the season with a come-from-behind victory in Buffalo, 23-21. At the time, fans were simply relieved that the team didn't lose to a Bills team who is on the verge of finishing last in the AFC East for the sixth consecutive season, per ESPN.com.…
  By now, you've probably seen an ESPN graphic that reaffirms the fact that the Patriots are better with Rob Gronkowski than without him. Mind blowing, I know. New England's biggest woes without its behemoth tight end come in the red zone, where the team scored 22 touchdowns with Gronk…
Second-year defensive end, Chandler Jones will have to make room on his mantle, the Patriots pass rusher can now add Defensive Player of the Month to the impressive list of awards that he has accrued.  Jones is the first Patriot to win Defensive Player of the Month since safety Eugene…
It's Brady vs. Manning XIV. For the most part, Bill Belichick and Tom Brady have had Peyton Manning's number, holding a 9-4 lead in the series. There's plenty of key players on both sides who are questionable for tonight's showdown, which is typical for a game in week 12. But…
Wednesday, 13 November 2013 21:15

Midseason Report Part 6: NFC West

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  As our midseason analysis continues, we examine the most competitive division in the NFC and arguably the NFL, the NFC West.  Seattle Seahawks: 9-1, 265 points for, 159 points allowed, +106 point differential With all due respect to the Chiefs and 49ers, the Seahawks get my vote for the…
Tuesday, 12 November 2013 03:03

Midseason Report Part 5: NFC North

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As we continue to breakdown how each division has faired to the season's midpoint, we begin to examine the NFC, starting with the NFC North.  Detroit Lions: 6-3, 238 points for, 216 points against, +22 point differential Mathew Stafford is having what is far-and-away his best season. The former number one…
Another week, another casualty. Strong Safety Steven Gregory suffered a broken thumb in New England's 55-31 win against Pittsburgh. The Patriots have already had to place Jerod Mayo, Vince Wilfork and Tommy Kelly on season-ending injured reserve. Fortunately, Gregory is only expected to miss a few weeks. The 30-year old…
Five plays in to Pittsburgh's opening drive, New England's defense extended its turnover streak to 36 straight games. Rob Ninkovich notched a strip-sack of Ben Roethlisberger, which Joe Vellano recovered, giving the Patriots the ball near midfield. In addition to Ninkovich's strip-sack, the defense picked Roethlisberger off twice, both of…
If you watched it live or subsequently saw the replays of it, the screams coming from Patriots left tackle Sebastian Vollmer, as 305 defensive tackle Randy Starks rolled up on the back of the beheamoth's leg, could make one cringe. Vollmer was carted off the field and his leg was…
  According to WEEI.com, there was a chance that if Jerod Mayo's pectoral injury was not too severe, then the two-time pro bowler would be able to begin lifting again in six weeks and could make a return to the field in eight weeks. That won't be happening. The Patriots…
  According to WEEI.com, Patriots linebacker Jerod Mayo will be out for eight weeks. This actually comes as relatively good news, considering there was and perhaps still is the very real possibility that Mayo could be out for the entire season. the two-time pro bowler was injured late in Sunday's come-from-behind…
New England Patriots Inactives: WR Mathew Slater TE Rob Gronkowski RB Stevan Ridley WR Austin Collie OL Chris Baker LB Steve Beauharnais S Tavon Wilson Cincinatti Bengals Inactives: OL Mike Pollak OL Tanner Hawkinson RB Rex Burkhead DL Michael Johnson WR Ryan Whalen DB Leon Hall DB Brandon Ghee