Running back Stevan Ridley is inactive for the New England Patriots Sunday afternoon against the Houston Texans.
After Stevan Ridley watched yet another football come out of his grasp on Sunday against the Denver Broncos, the 24-year-old turned to a former Patriot who was among the best at holding onto the ball.
So here we are again at a crossroads with Patriots running back Stevan Ridley.
The Felger and Massarotti Show from Wednesday, November 27.
Levan Reid hands out his gold stars and penalty flags for New England’s comeback win over the Broncos.
Boomer Esiason of WFAN and CBS Sports called in to talk Patriots-Broncos on Toucher and Rich after last night’s overtime thriller.
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.
Whenever a regular season NFL game receives as much hype as Sunday night’s Broncos/Patriots game did, it often seems as if the actual game is anti-climatic. This one, however, may have exceeded the hype.
Here’s a look at the Four Ups and Four Downs from the Pats’ 34-31 overtime win.
If you take a look at the Patriots defense of 2012 and the Patriots defense of 2013, you’ll see that this current roster is far more equipped to beat the Broncos.