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Pats-Bucs Pre-game Notes

Pats-Bucs Pre-game Notes

by Arjuna Ramgopal

After a week of joint-practices with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Patriots are ready for their preseason game on Friday. While the preseason doesn’t provide all the answers for a team, it does provide some insight... Read more

Tom Brady Expected To Play Against Bucs

Tom Brady Expected To Play Against Bucs

by Allen Kim

New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick is expected to play QB Tom Brady in tonight’s preseason matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, according to Albert Breer of the NFL Network... Read more

Tom Brady MRI Negative, Listed Day To Day

Tom Brady MRI Negative, Listed Day To Day

by Allen Kim

New England Patriots QB Tom Brady has left practice after sustaining a potential knee injury, according to ESPN’s Mike Reiss. During an 11-on-11 drill, Brady went down and grabbed his left knee after an incomplete pass to Aaron Dobson... Read more

Patriots Will Take A Step Back In 2013

Patriots Will Take A Step Back In 2013

by Arjuna Ramgopal

The New England Patriots will be worse off in 2013 than they were in 2012. Last year’s New England Patriots went 12-4 and for the second straight year hosted the AFC Championship game at Gillette Stadium against the Baltimore Ravens... Read more

Pats Look Good Against Eagles

Pats Look Good Against Eagles

by Arjuna Ramgopal

The Patriots defeated the Eagles on Friday, but preseason football isn’t about winning or losing. It’s about evaluating players and seeing if the team looks like it is taking positive steps to get better... Read more

Pats Not Doomed By Vikings

Pats Not Doomed By Vikings

by Arjuna Ramgopal

As part of my morning routine, I always check the headlines on football.com. I was surprised to see fellow football.com writer Richard Martin’s latest headline... Read more

Carolina's Special Teams Prognosis

Carolina's Special Teams Prognosis

by Blake Baxter

Unlike basketball, football is a sport where players specialize in playing on one side of the ball. We remember the legendary defensive stoppers like Ray Lewis and Bruce Smith, as well as offensive titans like Tom Brady and Barry Sanders... Read more