The Cleveland Browns outplayed the Patriots for 58 minutes on Sunday, but the final two minutes of the game were enough for New England to pull off yet another come-from-behind victory.
The Patriots authored perhaps their most dramatic comeback in a season full of them, and here are the ups and the downs.
Gresh and Zo both feel like the Patriots will need Stevan Ridley come playoffs, and now is the perfect time to ease him back into the offense and see if he’s fixed his fumbling woes.
Bob Socci looks at the halftime adjustments the Patriots made last Sunday, and why they’re the best in the business when it comes to making those changes.
Sports Hub host and CSNNE analyst Mike Flynn told Toucher and Rich Monday morning that Stevan Ridley’s career is at a crossroads and he must get things right to salvage his once-promising career.
Sunday’s game against the Houston Texans turned out to be the “trap” game New England fans were afraid of, but in the end the Patriots earned their second comeback victory in a row.
Levan Reid wonders what the future holds for Patriots running back Stevan Ridley.
The Patriots erased a 24-point deficit and beat the Broncos 34-31 in OT Sunday night. One of the reasons they fell behind was because of Stevan Ridley’s opening drive fumble. Mike Flynn thinks that’s it for Ridley in 2014.
The majority of the New England secondary is questionable for Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos.
New England fans haven’t always welcomed back former players favorably, so the guys were curious to get Shane Vereen’s opinion on the return of Wes Welker.