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2010 NFL Draft: New England Patriots Put Onus of Offseason on Draft

Published on: 19th April, 2010

The New England Patriots have been remarkably quiet in an offseason that has featured numerous blockbuster trades and free agent signings. It has been somewhat maddening, as a Patriots fan, hearing about the latest personnel moves throughout the NFL, and especially in the AFC East. Take receiver, a position the Pats currently ...

The Patriot Plan: New England’s Defensive Offseason Needs

Published on: 15th March, 2010

With the season long gone, free agency in full swing, and the draft coming up quickly, it makes sense to examine the needs of the Patriots. Last year's defensive unit was defined—fairly or unfairly—by some notable failures: the late-game collapses against the Colts, Broncos, and Texans, and the no-show against the ...

The Patriot Plan: New England’s Offensive Offseason Needs

Published on: 2nd March, 2010

With the season long gone and free agency and the draft coming up quickly, it makes sense to examine the needs of the Patriots. This team was exposed as quite flawed as the 2009 season progressed, and filling its numerous needs is a daunting task indeed.  However, should things go well ...

Patriots Prep For a Crazy Offseason

Published on: 19th February, 2010

The upcoming few years for the NFL have the potential to be incredibly bad. With the owners having opted out of the Collective Bargaining Agreement, the league faces labor strife in the long term and a great deal of confusion in the near term. Unless the league strikes a last-minute deal with ...

The Most Improbable Championship: the 2001 New England Patriots

Published on: 8th January, 2010

This is part two of a decade retrospective. Part one is here. Looking back, it's hard to appreciate just how absurd the 2001 Super Bowl championship Patriots season was. This was a team that had gone nowhere in 2000 and looked to be going nowhere once again. The Pats had made moves, to ...

Patriots of the 2000s: Part One of a Retrospective

Published on: 6th January, 2010

It's hard to remember now, but before the Super Bowls, before the undefeated regular season, before the ascendancy of Bill Belichick and the dominance of an unknown named Tom Brady, the New England Patriots were the laughingstock of the league. The Patriots began their life in the American Football League and ...

Let ’em Play: Why the Patriots Starters Must Be in Sunday’s Game

Published on: 29th December, 2009

Some prominent sports journalists, including the Boston Globe's Chris Gasper, have suggested that New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady sit out Sunday's game against the Houston Texans. Have they lost their minds? Let's look at the facts here. The Pats have just put together their first complete game in a month, a ...

A Christmas List For The Patriots

Published on: 19th December, 2009

Dear Santa, As Bill Belichick and staff are currently preparing for the Buffalo Bills, it falls to me to send you their annual Christmas wish list. As you know, things haven't quite gone that well this year, but these gifts would really bolster the spirits of a disheartened team. (As a reminder: ...

Saints Demolish Patriots: Can New England Rebuild?

Published on: 1st December, 2009

I don't think I've ever seen a team demolished like that. There's really no other word to describe it. The Saints took every part of this Patriots team and smashed it to the ground. The defensive backs couldn't cover anybody. The defensive line couldn't generate pressure on Drew Brees. The linebackers couldn't ...

The Patriots Must Eliminate Mistakes To Compete with Saints

Published on: 24th November, 2009

Next week, the Patriots have their last shot to prove they can win against the league's elite. They will face the Saints, quite possibly the best team in the league and one of two unbeaten teams left (and they've appeared a lot more dominant than the Colts, who have struggled to ...

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