The 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.
Can the Patriots employ the same approach this second time around? Or more importantly, did Bill Belichick and defensive coordinator Matt Patricia reveal too much in that first meeting?
Albert Breer of the NFL Network joined Andy Gresh & Scott Zolak Tuesday to preview the slate of Divisional Round games across the league, but to also weigh in on the loss of Brandon Spikes.
Patriots running back LeGarrette Blount ran over and through a lot of Buffalo Bills on Sunday, giving New England an important week of rest.
Levan Reid hands out his awards for the Patriots 24-20 loss to the Panthers.
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.
After an impressive last-minute win over the New Orleans Saints last week, the New England Patriots fell back on their bad habits in an overtime loss to the New York Jets this week.
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.
Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco has gotten his fair share of criticism since entering the league five years ago, but you won’t be hearing it from the New England locker room this week leading up to the AFC Championship.
The New England Patriots are already moving on, focusing on next Monday night’s showdown with the 11-1 Houston Texans.