The split-screen drama performed by the Patriots has our nation scratching its head and perhaps grabbing other organs at the twin presses provided by Bill Belichick and Tom Brady.
The Patriots made it look easy in advancing to their sixth Super Bowl of the Belichick/Brady era.
While some coaches find success, achievement and ultimately, a new home, many more are kicked out of their new position just as fast as they were hired.
After knocking out the Denver Broncos, 24-13, last weekend, the Indianapolis Colts need to focus on key areas to defeat the New England Patriots on Sunday in Foxborough.
New England head coach Bill Belichick warns that Indianapolis is now a much better team than a few weeks ago.
A resilient New England team did what was necessary to beat Baltimore.
Baltimore made its reputation on defense, but its kicking game is also pretty good.
If the Ravens are in the playoffs, chances are good that they’ll go up against the New England Patriots. That’s been the trend set by these two teams in recent years. Round 4 of the postseason battle will begin on Saturday with the victor receiving a ticket to the AFC Championship.
Quarterback Tom Brady played well this season, but the Patriots wouldn’t have a 12-4 record without these contributors.
New England’s star quarterback has given his team a little more flexibility in spending.
SAN DIEGO (AP) — A week in December in San Diego sounds like an ideal getaway from the cold weather for the New England Patriots. For coach Bill Belichick, it sure beats bundling up in […]
Can the Denver Broncos get back to their winning ways or will Miami hang another loss on Manning and company?
Jason discusses Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and the Patriots not being done yet.
The masses and pundits are lunging over each other to put the postmortems on the Brady/Belichick dynasty, with the death blow delivered by the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night.
It’s debatable whether the 2013 New England Patriots season was a success or a failure, but it certainly wasn’t boring.