1. Ravens vs. Patriots: New England's Biggest Winners and Losers

    The Patriots never had a firm grasp on Sunday's AFC Championship. The team was lethargic, deflated and uninspired from the start. Worst of all, they got physically weaker as the game progressed, while the Ravens grew increasingly stronger...

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  2. Game-by-Game Predictions for the New England Patriots' 2013 Schedule

    Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans isn't quite visible on the horizon yet. Still, it only takes one rogue gust of wind to send a faint whiff of gumbo and catfish our way. The temptation of that sweet whiff must be resisted...

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  3. 7 Free Agents the New England Patriots Must Target

    Excellence is rare, but sustained excellence is even rarer. It begins with impeccable management, a brilliant coaching staff, a fantastic quarterback, a devoted fanbase, a disciplined work ethic and a culture of winning...

    Marc Freshman Written by Marc Freshman about almost 2 years ago 11,289 reads 38 comments

  4. A Look Back at New England's Best Moments of the 2012 Regular Season

    The regular season is winding down and the Patriots are headed to the playoffs. Now's the time to catch fire. This is when heroes reveal themselves. This is when champions begin to emerge...

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  5. Patriots Players Guaranteed to Be Gone After 2012 Season

    The Patriots are powerful and disciplined at every position. That's how they run things: From top to bottom, players and coaches alike, they keep the machine strong and balanced. When they find a weak link, they correct the situation...

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  6. 49ers vs. Patriots: New England's Biggest Winners and Losers from Week 15

    It was a wild Sunday evening at Gillette Stadium, where the frosted breath of heavyweights lingered in the winter air and the resilience of beaten men were tested...

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  7. Texans vs. Patriots: New England's Biggest Winners and Losers from Week 14

    The Texans and Patriots do not share a poisonous past. Any connection or rivalry between them is based on merit; they're simply the best at what they do, which is why they'll spend the next few years standing in each other's way...

    Marc Freshman Written by Marc Freshman about almost 2 years ago 7,972 reads 26 comments

  8. Making the Ultimate Case for Tom Brady as MVP

    Tom Brady is making a serious case for this third MVP award with mind-blowing efficiency and a pattern of ruthless blowouts...

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  9. Patriots vs. Jets: 10 Keys to the Game for New England

    While the Patriots prepare for a gritty street fight with a familiar foe, we'll all sit around the table and celebrate with loved ones. But even hand-carved turkey, delicious side dishes and sugar-laced pies won't sweeten the bitterness of this game...

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  10. How Do the Patriots Fit into NFL Playoff Picture After Week 10?

    The New England Patriots completed their sweep of the Buffalo Bills on Sunday, bringing their divisional record to 3-0 and their overall record to 6-3...

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  11. Bills vs. Patriots: New England's Biggest Winners and Losers from Week 10

    The Patriots completed their sweep of the Bills on Sunday, advancing to 6-3 and holding court over the AFC East. New England put up 37 points behind a diverse offensive attack in which no single player dominated the highlight reel...

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  12. Where the New England Patriots Stand Heading into Week 10

    The Patriots are 5-3. They own the AFC East. They are the defending AFC champions, but that title is up for grabs. The long road back to the Super Bowl will mentally and physically test their grip on the royal crown...

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  13. Patriots' Most and Least Improved Players

    The Patriots are 4-3 and headed to London. Awaiting them are the Rams , a worthy defensive adversary with an upset on its mind. Heading into this game, New England has the most productive offense in the league with 3,053 total yards (436...

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  14. Patriots Midseason Report Card for Every Positional Unit

    The Patriots are fresh off their 29-26 victory over the Jets . Patriot Nation is split in their reactions, satisfied by the win but dissatisfied by the unconvincing nature of the victory...

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  15. NE Patriots: Is Wes Welker Safe from 2012 NFL Trade Deadline Activity?

    The Patriots are struggling at 3-3, but Wes Welker is flourishing. He ranks second in the league with 622 receiving yards, and when he takes the field on Sunday, he'll be looking for his fifth straight game with over 100 yards...

    Marc Freshman Written by Marc Freshman about 2 years ago 4,848 reads 30 comments

  16. New England Patriots: Who's off to Their Best and Worst Starts?

    The weather was bleak in Seattle and so were the Patriots . Following the team's one-point loss to the Seahawks on Sunday, a frustrated Patriot Nation will likely spend this week searching for answers...

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  17. New England Patriots vs. Seattle Seahawks: 10 Keys to the Game for the Pats

    The Patriots are faced with the tricky task of defusing a shutdown defense on enemy soil. This is never an easy job, especially when the opponent is feeling good and building momentum...

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  18. Grading New England's Positional Units at the First-Quarter Mark

    For a team that generally lives way above the .500 mark and keeps a leash on the rest of the AFC East, it might seem strange for the Patriots to be 2-2 and tied with the Jets and Bills ...

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  19. Patriots vs. Bills: 11 Things We Learned from New England's 52-28 Victory

    Patriots vs. Bills was a tale of two halves. New England's defense was dominant in the first two quarters, but the offense couldn't convert opportunities into points...

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  20. Stock Up, Stock Down for Key New England Patriots After Week 3

    The New England Patriots dropped a heartbreaker to the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday night. For the rest of the week, they'll reflect on the ups and downs of their performance, ...

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  21. Patriots vs. Ravens: New England's Biggest Winners and Losers from Week 3

    Tom Brady and Joe Flacco exchanged punches on Sunday night, each weathering the other's storm and looking for that elusive fatal blow. The New England Patriots wouldn't relent...

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  22. New England Patriots: Most Critical Matchups vs. Baltimore Ravens

    The rivalry between the New England Patriots and Baltimore Ravens is defined by the epic losses they've handed each other over the years. The Ravens slaughtered the Patriots in the 2009 AFC Wild Card Game...

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  23. New England Patriots: How the 1-1 Pats Are Secretly Building a Super Bowl Team

    Now at 1-1, the Patriots are headed to Baltimore for a savage brawl with an old foe. Patriots fans are split on this one. Optimists are psyched to take out some early frustrations on a team they loathe...

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  24. Cardinals vs. Patriots: New England's Biggest Winners and Losers from Week 2

    The Patriots looked grim and dismal all afternoon. They were flat, unhinged, sloppy, unfocused and awful. They played like a team that deserved to lose. For the first three quarters, the Patriots never showed a real sign of life...

    Marc Freshman Written by Marc Freshman about 2 years ago 2,097 reads 26 comments

  25. New England Patriots: Handing out Week 1 MVP, LVP and Top Rookie Awards

    The Patriots systematically dismantled the Titans on Sunday afternoon. They struck at every pressure point with non-stop aggression and won this game on both sides of the ball. This team was focused, energized and multi-dimensional...

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