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  • Posted 01/22/2013 10:03:48 EST

    Tom Brady is one of the greates athletes we have seen in Boston, right up there with Russell, Orr and Pedro.  He is not to blame at all....but, we might be looking at a league that now requires the QB more »

  • Forum Post: Dome Temperature

    Posted 01/27/2012 05:44:54 EST

    Glad he's worried about the temperature.  Hope he's spending more time figuring out how to keep the Giants defensive line off of Brady! more »

  • Posted 12/29/2009 10:43:00 EST

    That is right. The Patriots were robbed in 1976 and would have gone on to win the Super Bowl against a mediocre Eagles team, just like the Raiders did (at least I think it was the Eagles). more »

  • Posted 12/15/2009 08:15:35 EST

    Makes a lot more sense than anything else I've read about the Patriots the last couple of weeks.  They just have to grind it out the next three weeks and see if they can catch some magic.  The last tw more »

  • Posted 12/14/2009 09:15:03 EST

    I think the team is going to have to stop letting their top defensive backs leave whenever they can earn a big payday. Do we really think this team is better without Asante Samuel? They've got 3 weeks more »

  • Posted 12/10/2009 01:49:02 EST

    It appears BB and Brady are starting to put the heat on and show some leadership which everyone has been asking for and now they're blasted for that. Give it a break. By the way, the end zone int. las more »

  • Posted 12/06/2009 09:07:13 EST

    They are not tough enough right now. They play soft and predictable and lacking emotion. Except Welker they play without heart. Football is a game played on emotion and toughness, not just execution. more »

  • Posted 12/06/2009 08:59:06 EST

    Wes Welker has been the best player on the team this year. He's right, this team needs to take a hard look at themselves in the mirror and decide if they're going to just mail the season in or start f more »

  • Posted 12/06/2009 06:46:44 EST

    Typical bunch of nothing from the great BB. He is doing a terrible job this year. Act is wearing thin. more »

  • Posted 12/06/2009 05:38:11 EST

    This team plays with no emotion, just like their coach. He stands on the sideline, never gets in a players face and Brady sits and sulks on the bench. This team needs a major kick in the butt and star more »

  • Posted 12/03/2009 01:59:10 EST

    If they're doubling Moss and Welker, tight ends should be able to run amok, but they never throw them the ball. This team is a good, not great 7-4 team. It is too bad but they are in decline, we all k more »

  • Posted 11/16/2009 11:12:04 EST

    As a fan since the Boston Patriot days, this is one of the most angering losses ever. The decision was mind-boggling, but more frustrating is the defensive inability to close out big games. The AFC Ch more »

  • Posted 10/14/2009 12:02:47 EDT

    This defense plays way too soft. The corners gave Orton the short passes all day and there seems to be no pressure or surprise blitzes at all. While coordinators have changed, giving up long drives at more »

  • Posted 10/12/2009 02:46:00 EDT

    Is he hurt or is he benched?  The Patriots need a threat at the second wide-out to take defenders away from Moss.  Welker is great inside but teams appear to be willing to give up the short throws to more »

  • Comment on: Tony%20Massarotti

    Posted 10/12/2009 02:42:47 EDT

    They're playing ok, but are too soft on the receivers and not enough pressure on the qb. Come on....Kyle Orton picked them apart yesterday with short throws under soft coverage all day. more »

  • Forum Post: Bring on Cowher!!

    Posted 10/12/2009 01:22:57 EDT

    OK, I know it is sacrilegious, but I think this team has gotten stale under Belichick.  The offense is completely predictable - throw to Welker as much as possible, at this rate he'll never last the e more »

  • Posted 09/22/2009 03:56:08 EDT

    Being a fan doesn't mean we have to ignore what appears to be lousy football the first two games.  I've been a Pats fan for over 40 years and some of the greatest moments of all time were the three Su more »

  • Posted 09/22/2009 10:06:30 EDT

    They have to mix it up on offense. Why the hell do they carry all of these running backs and not use them? Throwing 50 times a game out of a no huddle, no back line-up is going to get Brady killed. Mi more »

  • Posted 09/21/2009 11:52:25 EDT

    The game was not the d's fault, but in the second half they let the Jets control the ball for long stretches of time and take over the momentum of the game. It's not just about points scored, I though more »