The Patriots’ season can’t officially end without one more run through the leftover thoughts.
Wes Welker’s great, Matt Schaub is not, Vince Wilfork is special and Tom Brady makes his mark in the record books. It was quite the night in Foxboro.
In the world of the Patriots, all’s well that ends well.
The Patriots stunk on Sunday, but they left Jacksonville with a victory, and there’s no reason to overreact to one game.
Bill Belichick’s Fourth Down Decision Sure To Cause Unnecessary Overreaction And Other Leftover Patriots Thoughts
Please, don’t turn this fourth-down attempt into “Fourth-And-2: The Sequel.”
Patriots Film Review: Ridley, Wilfork Assert Dominance, While Welker Makes Eerie Catch On Seam Route
Before moving on to San Francisco, check out some noteworthy plays from the film of Monday night’s Patriots victory.
Tom Brady may end up as league MVP, but don’t discount the incredible work of Vince Wilfork. That’s just one of many leftover thoughts from the Patriots’ huge win over the Texans.
It’s not winning the Super Bowl, but it is the work of a franchise that is on a run of near-dominance for more than a decade, and it’s OK to take a few moments this week to really appreciate it.
Tom Brady likely didn’t enjoy hearing all week about how his offense was going to struggle without Rob Gronkowski.
Booing Vinatieiri, “running up” the score, the impact of Gronk’s injury and more — it’s all covered in this week’s Leftover Thoughts.