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New England Patriots at Miami Dolphins: Madden NFL 15 Sim

We are less than 24 hours away from New England Patriots football, as the team will be squaring off against the Miami Dolphins in Miami, Florida at 1:00pm EST. The spread for the game is very much up in the air, as some believe the Dolphins have improved from last year on both offense and […]

Brian Hartline thinks the Dolphins have a better wide receiver group than New England

WR Brian Hartline recently said in an interview with NFL A.M. he thinks with the new edition to the Dolphins offense they have the best wide receiver core in the AFC East: “Absolutely, I think we are the best, the whole passing game is an advantage of ours.” Hopefully Brian Hartline doesn’t consider himself better […]

Patriots showing interest in WR Mike Wallace

The New England Patriots sent out “feelers” not long after the “legal tampering” began for WR Mike Wallace. Some think New England knows the Dolphins are badly wanting/needing the WR, so they are trying to jack up their price to get the wide out. I don’t buy that, New England has no reason to do this […]

WR Mike Wallace – A Must Have for the Patriots in 2012

Is Mike Wallace worth giving up a first round draft pick? Absolutely yes! The Patriots must get Wallace. They have two first round draft picks and you won’t draft a WR in the draft of Wallace’s talent at pick 27th and 31st. The Patriots need a deep threat badly. It was never more evident of […]

Brady and the Pats Stomped by the Steelers 25-17 in Pittsburgh

Halloween just isn’t a good time for the Pats to visit Heinz Field. Just like 7 years ago when the Pats 21-game winning streak was snapped on a Halloween visit to Heinz Field, Sunday was another tough day, as the Steelers topped New England 25-17. The loss puts the Pats at 5-2 on the season, […]

Patriots Gab NFL Week Eight Preview – New England at Pittsburgh

WHEN THE PATRIOTS HAVE THE BALL New England was incredibly successful in spreading the Steelers out defensively and neutralizing Pittsburgh’s traditionally-potent pass rush in last year’s tilt, as Brady (2163 passing yards, 16 TD, 8 INT) wasn’t sacked once in completing a crisp 30-of-43 throws for 350 yards. As usual, the two-time MVP’s favorite target […]