1. Pepe and Albert: This Is Going to Be Fun as a New England Patriots Fan in 2011

    Pepe and Albert? This is going to be a high octane season, win or lose. What I have always loved about the Pats is they have been fun to watch...

    Deaver Brown Written by Deaver Brown about almost 3 years ago 209 reads 0 comments

  2. NFL Owners Are Having It "Their Way," Players Going Down, Down, Down

    Consider reading my earlier articles. This is about the money and the control. The Union wants it. Management wants it. Management can hold out longer...and is doing so. This week, BMW in Canada met with the Teamsters to "discuss" their contract...

    Deaver Brown Written by Deaver Brown about 3 years ago 50 reads 0 comments

  3. 2011 NFL Lockout: The Players Lose Again in the Appeals Court

    Fans have a severe ostrich-like attitude about this lockout. The two articles I have written about this have gone largely unread, 90 percent less than my others, because I keep ...

    Deaver Brown Written by Deaver Brown about 3 years ago 221 reads 6 comments

  4. NFL 2011 Free Agents: New England's Marcus Stroud, a Player Coach for Young Guns

    Marcus Stroud comes to town with impeccable credentials: Pro Bowls, team player, articulate, smart, and well known as an AFC opponent from the Buffalo Bills ...

    Deaver Brown Written by Deaver Brown about 3 years ago 622 reads 2 comments

  5. NFL Draft 2011: Ryan Mallet, 74th Pick, Most Talked-About Pick in Draft

    Are they talking about Cam Newton, pick No. 1? Not much. The quarterback being talked about is pick No. 74, at which potential stud quarterback Ryan Mallett went to the New England Patriots ...

    Deaver Brown Written by Deaver Brown about 3 years ago 1,580 reads 4 comments

  6. NFL 2011 New England Patriots: In Bill We Trust; Did We Forget?

    Geniuses think differently than the rest of us. Why should we be surprised that the New England Patriots resident genius, Bill Belichick, saw things differently in the 2011 draft than ...

    Deaver Brown Written by Deaver Brown about 3 years ago 780 reads 9 comments

  7. NFL Draft 2011: The Last Four Picks for the New England Patriots

    The Patriots picked a stout group on Day 1 and 2. They fixed their offensive line with Nate Solder to replace Matt Light and added a second shutdown corner in Ras-I Dowling to make Devin McCourty even more effective...

    Deaver Brown Written by Deaver Brown about 3 years ago 330 reads 0 comments

  8. 2011 NFL Draft Steal: Ryan Mallett Extends Tom Brady's Career & Prepares His Own

    Ryan Mallett has to be the steal of the 2011 draft and a particularly bad omen for the rest of the AFC East, AFC and other NFL opponents. Most writers focus on the heir apparent aspect of "will he" or "won't he" be that person in the long term...

    Deaver Brown Written by Deaver Brown about 3 years ago 389 reads 0 comments

  9. 2011 NFL New England Patriots Draft on Day 2: A Plus, After an A on Day 1!

    The Patriots outdid themselves on Draft Day 2 after a fabulous Day 1. With 20/20 hindsight, I can say the following. On Day 1, I wanted Prince Amukamara as the shutdown cornerback to complement Devin McCourty...

    Deaver Brown Written by Deaver Brown about 3 years ago 337 reads 0 comments

  10. 2011 NFL Draft First Round: Dolphins & Jets Writers Give Pats an A!

    Nate Solder will be known as one of the twin towers for some time. Sebastian Volmer, second-year offensive tackle, was very positive about the choice. Matt Light left the Vince Wilfork draft day party without a comment...

    Deaver Brown Written by Deaver Brown about 3 years ago 1,082 reads 6 comments

  11. 2011 NFL Mock Draft: New England Patriots: Going for the Gold!

    Will the Pats go for the Gold this year? On the Yes They Will Side is Tom Brady getting older, becoming more family/Giselle oriented, and having done it all for a career...

    Deaver Brown Written by Deaver Brown about 3 years ago 626 reads 2 comments

  12. NFL Lockout: The Players Keep Losing, from Tom Brady to the Latest Draft Choice

    Any fan reading or listening to the media has to recognize the players want back in and the owners are happy to sit tight. The players talk as if it is "the owners' fault" and they, the players, can't "do anything about it...

    Deaver Brown Written by Deaver Brown about 3 years ago 64 reads 0 comments

  13. 2011 NFL Lockout: The Owners Are Winning and the Players Are Getting Stomped On

    The owners are clearly winning this battle, though the media generally calls it a toss up. The articles are about all the players who are having difficulties of one kind or another...

    Deaver Brown Written by Deaver Brown about over 3 years ago 137 reads 0 comments

  14. 2011 NFL Draft: How Dante Scarnecchia Lets Patriots Draft Mark Ingram at No. 17

    Dante Scarnecchia is the Patriots' long term wily veteran offensive line coach that has turned wrestler projects into All-Pro starters like Nick Kazur and Steven Vollmer into versatile impact players as rookies...

    Deaver Brown Written by Deaver Brown about over 3 years ago 500 reads 7 comments

  15. New England Patriots: Why They Should Target Mark Ingram in the NFL Draft

    The Pats need Mark Ingram to have the stud running back they haven't had since Corey Dillon. This time, the Pats would have the stud in his prime and be the Super Bowl favorites ...

    Deaver Brown Written by Deaver Brown about over 3 years ago 295 reads 4 comments