While the Patriots’ playoff seeding will depend on how other teams play on Sunday, their focus will be the Miami Dolphins and not the scoreboard leading up to their 4:25pm kickoff.
Rob Gronkowski has taken steps toward his return from a broken forearm, but still has one big hurdle remaining.
It’s a bittersweet Sunday in the NFL this week, with the final full slate of the season taking place.
Patriots fans will hear the duo of Gil Santos and Gino Cappelletti one last time on Sunday when New England closes out the regular season against the Miami Dolphins at Gillette.
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick said tight end Rob Gronkowski is “not ready yet,” and the team will take a day-to-day approach in regards to his Week 17 status.
The AFC playoff teams are set, but the seeding is yet to be determined, so the NFL has moved the Patriots’ regular-season finale against the Dolphins to 4:25 p.m.
The Patriots hate to look ahead, so we do it for you!
Patriots Hall of Famer Drew Bledsoe joined 98.5 The Sports Hub’s Gresh & Zolak on Friday for his weekly football chat, previewing the Patriots matchup with the Jaguars on Sunday and looking back at their loss to the 49ers.
Just hours after falling just short of an amazing comeback over the San Francisco 49ers, the New England Patriots are ready to move on from their 41-34 loss and focus on the Jacksonville Jaguars.
We’ve all heard about teams, coaches and especially media members accusing the Patriots of “running up” scores in the past, but this is certainly a new one.