The New England Patriots are poised to win their sixth consecutive AFC East division title and their 11th title in the past 12 seasons in the Belichick/Brady era if they can beat the Miami Dolphins this Sunday.
When the New England Patriots take on the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday Night Football at Arrowhead Stadium, their defense will be tasked with stopping a high powered offense led by Chiefs QB Alex Smith.
With only one week until the regular season, the New England Patriots have traded backup quarterback Ryan Mallett to the Houston Texans. Reports say the team had also had talks with the Dallas Cowboys and the Buffalo Bills.
FOOTBALL! FOOTBALL! FOOTBALL!! Can you hear the excitement in my voice (insert female sarcasm here)? Granted, Football is not my thing. I don't understand the rules, penalties, or why it takes so gosh darn long to play. But for some reason, football seems to …
The New England Patriots start their preseason against Washington tomorrow at you can hear the Patriots all season on B98.5. There are about 83 players on the roster right now but that has to be cut-down to 53 when the regular season starts.
Top picks in the NFL to go all the way this year are Seattle, San Francisco, Denver, New England and New Orleans. Makes sense since they all made to the playoffs last year. Seattle won it all with a win over Denver, but also beat New Orleans in the NFC Championship game.
Here on Super Sunday I think back on two of these games that really standout in my memory. The first is the first time the New England Patriots won the big game. They beat St. Louis 20-17 on an Adam Venatieri 48 yard field goal as time ran out.