Patriots Vs. Cowboys: Hicks, Thornton Work While Hardy SpeaksDallas' new pass rusher talks a good game, but New England's newest players want to let their actions do the talking.
Gresh & Zo: Patriots Defensive Coordinator Matt Patricia At Media DayAt Super Bowl Media Day, Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia stopped by the Gresh & Zo show.
Belichick, Patriots Ready For Another Tough Matchup With RavensA familiar foe is coming to Gillette Stadium for Saturday afternoon's AFC Divisional Round.
The 11 Best Beards In The NFLIt's time to examine and rank the best beards in the NFL.
Volin On Toucher & Rich: Patriots Threw The Kitchen Sink At Peyton ManningThe Boston Globe's Ben Volin talked about the Patriots' defensive game plan that stifled and confused Peyton Manning on Sunday.
Gresh & Zo On Patriots-Bears: Give Matt Patricia The Game BallThe Patriots offense was spectacular against the Bears, but Gresh & Zo think the game ball goes to defensive coordinator Matt Patricia.
Flynn On Toucher & Rich: Patriots Thoroughly Out-Coached On Monday Night FootballMike Flynn puts coaching at the top of his list of what went wrong against the Chiefs.
Socci's Notebook: Containing Tannehill Can Help Patriots Gain A Leg Up In MiamiThe Patriots are preparing for an improved Miami passing attack led by quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
Patriots Injury Report: Relax, Tom Brady Will Start Against MiamiQuarterback Tom Brady is listed on this week's injury report for the New England Patriots, but there's no reason to panic.
Shalise Manza Young On Toucher & Rich: Patriots Hamstrung By Hernandez ContractThe Patriots need offensive weapons, but a good portion of their money is already tied up -- with Aaron Hernandez.
Rosevelt Colvin To Patriots Defense: Don't Make Same Mistake Chargers DidPart of Peyton Manning's brilliance is figuring out the defense that you're in and checking to a better play. The Chargers did a poor job of disguising their intentions last week, which is one of the reasons why they lost.
Breer On Patriots-Broncos: The Best Redzone Team Will WinThe team that can turn their redzone opportunities into touchdowns - rather than field goals - will be the victor on Sunday, according to Bert Breer of the NFL Network.