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New England ran away with the Win vs the Texans

The New England Patriots beat the Houston Texans 41-28 to advance to the AFC Championship Game next Sunday. New England had a great game versus the hungry Texans, and showed up with a mission on their mind, to win. The score was close at half, 17-13, but in the third, New England put the game away. […]

The Patriots Win In A Laugher vs The Jets

The New England Patriots wasted no time making chump meat out of their hated rivals the Jets. The Patriots won 49-19. Sanchez threw an interception to Steven Gregory in the redzone. The first quarter ended with no score for both teams. After that the Patriots scored 35 points in the 2nd quarter alone. The Patriots drove […]

Second day raises eyebrows, but tough to argue with the players they chose

The 2010 draft spoiled Patriots fans. It was the first year Belichick appeared to target specific needs and aim to fill them. The Patriots needed a bruising inside linebacker, so they drafted the obvious choice Brandon Spikes. In need of an outside linebacker pass rusher, he picked Jermaine Cunningham. Then he filled in the void […]

Patriots Pick Golden Bear; Draft Cal Back Shane Vereen At 56

A Young, Versatile Version Of Kevin Faulk? Height: 5-10 ¼ | Weight: 210 | 40-Time: 4.50 NFL Scout’s Breakdown On Shane Vereen: Draft Scout Snapshot: #5 Junior RB Projected: Round(s) 2-3 for 2012 NFL Draft 2010: Earned second-team All-Pac-10 honors in his final collegiate season (also first-team by Phil Steele, second-team according to Scout.com) as […]