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The Patriots are Five Time Super Bowl Champions

Took me a couple days to get around to writing this because I wasn’t sure if I was actually dreaming or not (and maybe I was celebrating just a little bit). The New England Patriots won their fifth NFL Championship. Tom Brady and Bill Belichick just won their fifth NFL Championship. I personally witnessed the greatest countdown in Super Bowl history. It doesn’t feel real. The Patriots were losing 28-3 with 6 minutes left in the third quarter, facing a fourth down. Over the next quarter and a half, andRead More

Super Bowl LI

Super Bowl LI

It all comes down to this. After 270 NFL games, the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons face off in Super Bowl 51. Matt Ryan looks to join the ranks of elite NFL quarterbacks, while Tom Brady looks to cement his legacy as the Greatest Quarterback (and potentially player) of All Time. It has been a surprisingly quiet two weeks leading up to the Super Bowl because there is very little animosity between these two teams. The players and coaches from both sides seem to have a great dealRead More

Patriots Dominate Steelers, Reach 7th Super Bowl Since 2001

Chris Hogan

I want to start by apologizing for taking so long to write this recap. I wanted to do it right away, but it took me a few days to wrap my head around what happened Sunday night. Bill Belichick and Tom Brady reached their seventh Super Bowl. Let me say that again. Bill Belichick and Tom Brady reached their SEVENTH Super Bowl. Over the last 15 years, just under half of the Super Bowls played have featured Bill and Tom. Those numbers are absolutely ludicrous, and are a testament toRead More

Patriots Face Toughest Challenge Yet to Reach Super Bowl # Seven

Patriots vs Steelers

This hasn’t been the easiest NFL season to watch in terms of quality, but we’ve all paid our dues and have been rewarded with a Championship weekend that is going to feature two premier games with four teams that will be playing at an incredibly high level. The New England Patriots welcome in Pittsburgh Steelers to Foxboro in a Sunday night matchup to determine who will represent the AFC in the Super Bowl. It is going to be a wild matchup, and the Patriots will be dealing with their mostRead More

Patriots Win Brings Them To Sixth Straight AFC Championship Game

Dion Lewis

The best thing that came out of Saturday’s divisional game between the Patriots and the Texans is that New England played one of their worst games of the season. Their offense was utterly ineffective throughout the first half, and improved little in the second half. They had two costly fumbles. Their interior offensive line fell apart under the ferocious attack of the Texans front seven. Tom Brady threw two terrible interceptions. The team had a number of costly penalties that gave Houston life in a game that they had noRead More

The Patriots Welcome the Texans for Divisional Weekend

Texans vs Patriots

The Houston Texans will travel to Foxboro to play the New England Patriots Saturday night in the most lopsided game of the playoffs so far. The Patriots are currently 16 point favorites, and there is not a single person in sports media who believes the Texans have even a sliver of a chance at winning this game. However, no game is a complete walk in the park. As Chris Berman always says, that’s why they play the game. The Texans earned the right to travel to Foxboro by defeating theRead More

Examining NFL MVP Race

NFL MVP Trophy

If you are a Cowboys, Patriots, Chiefs, or Falcons fan, this week is pretty boring for you. Generally there is little news regarding your own team other than some small injury updates, and you’re mostly just waiting around until the weekend so you can learn who your team will be playing in the divisional round. I will try to ease this boredom with an examination of the regular season MVP candidates, which include Ezekiel Elliot and Dak Prescott from Dallas, Matt Ryan from Atlanta, Aaron Rodgers from Green Bay, andRead More

Patriots Look to Clinch Homefield Advantage

Michael Floyd

The Patriots head down to Miami for a New Years Day matchup to end the regular season. This is a meaningful game for New England, as home field advantage throughout the playoffs is up for grabs. The Patriots can secure the number one seed with a win or an Oakland loss to Denver. Keys to the game: – The fact that the game is away will be one of the biggest factors for New England. Miami plays great at home, going 6-1 on the season with their last home lossRead More

Patriots Trounce Imploding Jets

James Develin

The Patriots put a Christmas Eve-bow on the Jets season with the utter annihilation of Todd Bowles team. New York seemed to just be trying to get through the game in one piece, while the Patriots were firing on all cylinders. This isn’t exactly a statement win for New England because they beat down a team that didn’t put up a fight. However, it is a good win because it allowed them to work on new things and helped keep their momentum going into the last week of the season.Read More

Pats Find New Ways to Win in Hostile Territory

Malcom Butler

Denver is usually not very friendly to the Patriots, but New England managed to turn their luck around on Sunday. They came away with a hard fought 16-3 win over the Broncos, also winning an AFC East title for the 8th straight year, and locking up a first round bye for the 7th straight year (both NFL records). Here are some of my quick thoughts: – Tom Brady really does not like playing in Mile High. He struggled mightily to start the game, going 0-6 passing in the first quarter.Read More