With the NFL trade deadline pushed back a couple weeks and the team decimated by injuries, will the Patriots strike a last minute deal like they did in acquiring Aqib Talib last year?
Going into Week One of the 2013 NFL season, it’s business as usual in the AFC East. That means that the Patriots are still the Patriots, and the Bills will lose to them again.
The AFC East has been simply known as Tom Brady’s playground. A new defensive scheme installed by Defensive Coordinator Mike Pettine will help defensive tackle Marcell Dareus and his teammates prove to everyone that they won’t be pushed around anymore.
The NFL regular season is only a month away, and training camp action is blowing up national headlines. There’s only 2 minutes left on the clock, and the guys have a variety of football topics to touch on — let’s go no huddle.
Gresh and Zolak’s “Summer School” tour keeps rolling with the Patriots opening week opponent: the Buffalo Bills.
Gary Myers of the NY Daily News joined The D.A. Show Wednesday night to talk all things NFL.
Let’s take a quick look around the division and point out one reason Pats fans should worry about each team, and one reason to believe things won’t change.
With training camp getting underway throughout the NFL on Thursday, Toucher and Rich started breaking down the Patriots’ competition in the AFC East. Up first: the Buffalo Bills.
If Mario Williams indeed turns out to be the football savior to Buffalo, leading them from the basement of the AFC East to the Super Bowl, it’s going to have to start in one place: New England.
The landscape of the AFC East is about to change dramatically.