The New England Patriots have dominated the AFC East for so long that it’s difficult to believe that will change for as long as head coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady remain with the franchise.
Coming into Sunday’s game against the Miami Dolphins, the New England Patriots had made a habit out of overcoming fourth-quarter deficits. If you play with fire enough times, you eventually get burned.
The Ups and Downs from the Patriots 24-20 loss to the Miami Dolphins.
Whenever a regular season NFL game receives as much hype as Sunday night’s Broncos/Patriots game did, it often seems as if the actual game is anti-climatic. This one, however, may have exceeded the hype.
In a game that was expected to be a defensive battle, the New England Patriots and Carolina Panthers both displayed very efficient offenses. Unfortunately for New England, Carolina’s offense was just a little more efficient.
Patriots play-by-play announcer Bob Socci joined Toucher and Rich Monday morning to discuss the 27-17 victory over the Dolphins Sunday afternoon.
The Patriots looked like a defeated team as they entered the locker room at halftime with a two-touchdown deficit, but 24 unanswered points in the second half resulted in New England earning a 27-17 victory over the Miami Dolphins.
The Ups and Downs of the Patriots 27-17 win over the Dolphins on Sunday.
Last season, the New England Patriots led the NFL in scoring with 34.8 points per game. But after an unimpressive 13-10 victory over the New York Jets in Foxboro Thursday night, the Patriots have scored a total of 36 points two weeks into the 2013 season. Quite frankly, they are lucky to have a 2-0 record.
Marquice Cole knows from experience that these days are tough on those in the locker room.