The New England Patriots close out their preseason Thursday night at Gillette against the New York Giants in what has become a bit of an annual tradition.
As he has been all preseason, Tim Tebow is blocking out all the noise and just focusing on improving his game — even with the impending roster cuts this week.
It is still only a preseason game, but even if it doesn’t count in the standings the Patriots are still embarrassed by their sloppy play Thursday night in Detroit.
While the majority their loss in Detroit was bad for the Patriots, there were a few bright spots.
The Patriots’ first-team offense, which was precise and efficient in the first two games of the exhibition season, was anything but in preseason game No. 3.
Thursday night is as close as you’ll get to a regular season football game in the preseason.
It was a mixed bag for Tim Tebow in his New England Patriots debut on Friday night in Philadelphia, and the third-string quarterback knows he needs to get much better.
Tom Brady led the New England Patriots to a pair of 80-yard TD drives in his only two series in a 31-22 win over Philadelphia on Friday.
How much will Tim Tebow play in the Patriots preseason opener? The Pats third-stringer doesn’t even know.
Dan Roche passes along a few observations from the Patriots second joint practice with the Philadelphia Eagles.