The New England Patriots defense is going to make sure they stop the run this time around against the Denver Broncos.
The New England Patriots have not won a playoff game since 2008, and have lost back-to-back postseason games at Gillette Stadium. They’ll look to change all of that Saturday against the Broncos.
Whose life would you rather have? Patriots quarterback Tom Brady or Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow?
The Denver Broncos are not worried about former head coach Josh McDaniels giving the Patriots some inside information, because they say their offensive is completely different.
The Denver Broncos are getting ready for their playoff matchup with the New England Patriots this weekend, trying to stay confident that they can beat the Pats in the two team’s second meeting of the season.
The Denver Broncos are up next for the New England Patriots after they handled the Pittsburgh Steelers 29-23 in overtime on Sunday in their Wildcard Matchup.
Josh McDaniels was officially brought on board by the Patriots on Sunday, the same day they found out they would play his former team in Saturday’s playoff game at Gillette.
Denver will face the Patriots at Gillette Stadium on Saturday night.
Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O’Brien is reportedly off to Penn State, but the team will not let his departure become a distraction as they get ready for next Saturday’s playoff game.
Patriots veteran guard Brian Waters said the team will use the bye week to focus on themselves, and how to improve as they await their playoff matchup.