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Every day, the CLNS Radio, New England Patriots Beat Team posts the most compelling news stories about the Pats from around the world wide web.

 

       

The Patriots continued their dominance of the NFL, defeating the NFC North leading Detroit Lions 34-9. 
Three weeks ago, New England began a six game gauntlet that included Chicago, Denver, Detroit and road contests against Indianapolis, Green Bay and San Diego. The team had begun to turn things around, after an ugly first month of the season, in which the Patriots went 2-2. Still, beating the…
Saturday, 15 November 2014 17:01

Patriots Week 11 Pregame Report

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The Patriots are in must-win mode for the rest of the season. They want home field throughout, then must win to stay alive in the playoffs. That challenge starts tonight with a tough one in Indy. 
For the 16th time, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning will square off on Sunday. NFL fans have had the privilege of watching two of the best quarterbacks of all time go head-to-head so many times that the match up requires roman numerals. Every game between the two is a must-see…
Wednesday, 29 October 2014 02:12

Revisiting the Jimmy Garoppolo Draft Pick

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Halfway through the season, let's re-visit the Garoppolo pick. Was there somebody available who could be helping the team win now?
New England is entering the meat of its schedule, a six game gauntlet that features the Bears, Broncos, an away contest against the Colts, which is followed by a home game against the Lions and back-to-back road games against the Packers and Chargers. This stretch should provide a great deal…
Monday, 20 October 2014 22:59

Patriots Made Smart Decision Not Pursuing Harvin

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While the Patriots need some help to improve their roster, wide recevier was not the necessary position. Not taking the bait and acquiring an injury prone, bad tempered receiver was the right move. 
For the second consecutive year, week six will mark the last game of Jerod Mayo's season. Last season, the loss was compounded by the absences of Vince Wilfork and Tommy Kelly. This resulted in the Patriots consistently getting gashed in the running game. Now, New England must figure out how…
Saturday, 11 October 2014 14:19

Patriots Week 6 Pre-Game Report

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After a convincing week five win against the previously undefeated Cincinnati Bengals, as Bill would say, we're on to Buffalo. What do the Patriots have to do in order to keep the winning streak alive and resist falling into a trap game after such a big win?
Saturday, 04 October 2014 22:12

How can the Patriots beat the Bengals?

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After being embarrassed by the Chiefs on Monday Night Football, the Patriots look to bounce back in another primetime game. What do they need to do to pull out the victory?
Saturday, 04 October 2014 21:29

Patriots Waive Kenbrell Thompkins

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With the offense struggling as badly as it is, why would the Patriots waive one of Tom Brady's favorite targets and a developing receiver? 
The Patriots enter Sunday night's showdown against the Bengals facing more scrutiny than ever before in the Bill Belichick era. Is the dynasty over? Could this be Tom Brady's last season in New England? Week 5 represents a seminole moment in the Patriots season and potentially, beyond.
Wednesday, 01 October 2014 13:22

What's wrong with Tom Brady?

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Tom Brady and the New England Patriots' offense has looked terrible for the first quarter of the season. Why has the future hall of fame quarterback not been playing at an elite level?
The Patriots have placed Sealver Siliga on short-term injured reserve, due to a foot injury. The 6-foot-2, 325 pound defensive tackle will be eligible to make his return on November 23rd against the Detroit Lions.
Thursday, 25 September 2014 01:47

Curing the New England Patriots Offense

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Through three games, the Patriots offense has failed to score a touchdown after halftime. It is clear that the root of this problem is the offensive line. The front five have failed to establish the run and have made it open season on Tom Brady, when he drops back to…
Tuesday, 23 September 2014 21:40

Who is the Most Important Patriot?

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Tom Brady is the heart and soul of the Patriots and is arguably the best quarterback of all-time. However, is he the most important player on the team right now?
Sunday, 21 September 2014 20:03

Patriots vs. Raiders - Week 3 Quick Hits

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The Oakland Raiders hung around in a game in which nobody expected them to hang. The Patriots defense looked very good once again; however, the offense struggled once again. When will they both be on the same page at the same time?
Colleague Bob Snowdon and myself spent this week breaking down the film to find the root of the Patriots problems offensively and to discover what the source of Tom Brady's frustration might be. The primary problem plaguing New England's offense is a lack of consistency. Fortunately for the team, it…
Thursday, 18 September 2014 00:20

Examining the New England Patriots Offense

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New England's offense has struggled through two games. It was shutout in the second half against Miami and got the ball with a short field multiple times against Minnesota following halftime, but could only muster two field goals.
Anytime you get embarrassed the way that the Patriots did in their regular season opener, you can't wait for the next game and the chance at redemption. New England gets its shot against a Vikings team that delivered an impressive week 1 performance; under new head coach Mike Zimmer. The…