The New England Patriots won’t play until next Saturday, but they hit the practice field to begin preparation for their AFC Divisional Playoff game on Wednesday.
Jermaine Wiggins and Adam Jones are worried that playoff teams will be able to take away the middle of the field, and that the lack of an outside passing game could be the Patriots undoing.
Here are the ups and the downs from the Patriots’ win over the Bills.
Josh Boyce was the only Patriot ruled out for Sunday’s game in Baltimore, with seven others listed as questionable.
Dobson said Thursday that he is seeing the light at the end of tunnel for his recovery, and that he may be able to return to the field come Sunday.
The Patriots had perfect attendance at practice on Friday, with rookie receiver Aaron Dobson returning to the field.
Tight end D.J. Williams is back with the Patriots, and looking to contribute any way he can.
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Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans turned out to be the “trap” game New England fans were afraid of, but in the end the Patriots earned their second comeback victory in a row.
Running back Stevan Ridley is inactive for the New England Patriots Sunday afternoon against the Houston Texans.