Patriots Undrafted Free Agent Signings

The post-draft period is almost as exciting as the draft itself. While it is certainly disappointing for players not to have their names called, going undrafted has the benefit of allowing players to essentially pick who they would like to play for. It is also an exciting time for teams as they all rush to […]
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Pats Make Some Small Moves Prior to the Draft

It’s been a rather quiet couple of weeks for the New England Patriots as we approach the NFL Draft. There’s been much less to talk about since the team gave up their first and second round picks to acquire Brandin Cooks and Kony Ealy, respectively. However the last week has seen some moves that are […]
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Patriots Week One of Free Agency

You know, I was really expecting this week to be rather light in terms of content. This is usually a quiet time for the New England Patriots. They very rarely make a big splash on day one of free agency, usually choosing to wait until all the over-priced players are scooped up before finding bargain […]
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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 […]
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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 […]
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The Patriots Welcome the Texans for Divisional Weekend

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 […]
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