We have a big enough sample size now to pick which teams would give the Patriots the most trouble in the preseason, and on Thursday Gresh & Zolak shared their choices.
Do the Patriots absolutely need home-field advantage to make the Super Bowl?
After blocking a potential game-winning field goal by the New York Jets as time expired on Thursday night, Patriots defensive lineman Chris Jones has been named the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week.
Where do the Patriots measure up with the Denver Broncos? Adam Jones and Rich Keefe break it down!
Who will be the NFL MVP? Who is the best team in the AFC? Gresh & Zo take a look at some expert picks as we prepare for the 2014 season to kick off!
It’s prediction time! Mike Felger, Paul Perillo and Rich Keefe discuss the Vegas over/unders for the AFC teams.
The regular season is almost here so Albert Breer of the NFL Network breaks down the divisions in the AFC!
With high expectations come high-ticket prices. Patriots tickets cost an average of $414.22, with the highest single game average $554.87 when they host the AFC Champion Denver Broncos in November.
It’s not as toxic a topic as the New York/New Jersey border war, or as socially inflamed as the Richard Sherman saga. But, in a strictly sporting sense, it really is the topic du jour. If he wins Sunday’s Super Bowl, is Peyton Manning the greatest quarterback in NFL history?
Interestingly enough, New England Patriots tickets have been priced much higher for recent regular season matchups against the Colts. When these two teams met in November of 2012, tickets rang in at an average of $386 dollars– an 84% premium over this week’s playoff game.