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New Video Reveals What Tom Brady Said To Patriots Receivers On Sideline

7 monthes ago   |   By NESN

For New England Patriots fans, Tom Brady's sideline rant was the lasting image from Sunday night's loss to the Houston Texans.
However, until Tuesday night, reading Brady's lips was the only way to figure out what the 42-year-old quarterback said to his receiving corps.
The Patriots on Tuesday shared a “Sights and sounds” video from their Week 13 loss, and it contains more than a few interesting moments. Most notably, the clip offers a glimpse into Brady's now-infamous sideline speech.
“Come on, let's go grind this out,” Brady said. “It ain't gonna be easy. It's gonna be all man. We're not...
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Why Ex-NFL RB Expects Tom Brady To Outplay Patrick Mahomes In Week 14

7 monthes ago   |   By NESN

The Patriots have received next to nothing from their offense in recent weeks.
New England has scored 22 points or less in each of its last four games, over which span the reigning Super Bowl champions posted a 2-2 record. Tom Brady and Co. showed spurts of life late in their Week 13 loss to the Texans, but it was after Houston collected a 19-point lead and by all accounts was in cruise control.
But despite these struggles, Brian Westbrook likes Brady's chances of outplaying Patrick Mahomes this Sunday when the Patriots host the Kansas City Chiefs. As the two-time Pro Bowl running back...
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Patriots Clinching Scenarios: How New England Can Secure Playoff Berth In Week 14

7 monthes ago   |   By NESN

The New England Patriots had a chance to clinch a playoff berth in Week 13, but an unsightly loss to the Houston Texans prevented that.
However, Tom Brady and Co. will be back in the proverbial saddle this week when they host the Kansas City Chiefs this Sunday at Gillette Stadium. And thanks to some results elsewhere in the AFC this past Sunday, the Patriots' path to a postseason berth is a little bit easier in Week 14.
Here are the five ways in which New England can punch its ticket to the playoffs this weekend.
Scenario 1
The Patriots beat the Chiefs on Sunday. Simple as that.
Scenario...
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Texans' DeAndre Hopkins, Patriots' Stephon Gilmore trade All-Pro Twitter jabs

Texans' DeAndre Hopkins, Patriots' Stephon Gilmore trade All-Pro Twitter jabs

7 monthes ago   |   By UPI

All-Pro NFL stars DeAndre Hopkins and Stephon Gilmore exchanged trash talk on Twitter following the Houston Texans' win against the New England Patriots.
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How Should Patriots Go About Covering Chiefs' Talented Skill Players?

7 monthes ago   |   By NESN

The New England Patriots went into last winter's AFC Championship Game with an unexpected coverage plan for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Most of it was effective in the 37-31 win , though some things had to be tweaked in the second half. The Patriots began the playoff game with cornerback Jonathan Jones, with help from safety Devin McCourty, covering Tyreek Hill. Cornerback Stephon Gilmore covered Sammy Watkins, cornerback JC Jackson took on tight end Travis Kelce, and cornerback Jason McCourty shadowed Chris Conley.
Jackson let up a touchdown to Kelce midway through the third quarter, so the...
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Patriots Games Of The Decade, No. 15: Tom Brady, Brandin Cooks Top Texans

7 monthes ago   |   By NESN

As 2019 draws to a close, we're counting down the greatest New England Patriots games of the last decade.
At No. 15: Patriots vs. Houston Texans, Week 3, 2017
THE SCENE
Expectations were sky-high for the 2017 Patriots, who reloaded their roster after knocking off the Atlanta Falcons in one of the greatest Super Bowls of all time. Brandin Cooks, Stephon Gilmore, Lawrence Guy, Dwayne Allen and Rex Burkhead all came aboard, and a 19-0 season was considered a realistic possibility.
Then, Julian Edelman tore his ACL in the preseason, and the Pats were punched in the mouth by the Kansas City...
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