Posts Tagged ‘New England Patriots’

NFL fantasy football: Arian Foster seeks improvement

In today’s Three and Out: Arian Foster wants to get better, so does Rob Gronkowski … just in very different ways.

NFL fantasy: Rob Gronkowski ‘looks great’ in workouts

In today’s Three and Out: Gronk appears to be okay; the Law Firm could rack up bigger hours than expected and the pressure might be off Brandon Weeden — sort of.

NFL fantasy: Dwayne Bowe ‘excited’ about Chiefs offense

In today’s Three and Out: Dwyane Bowe likes what he sees in his new offense; Aaron Hernandez gets a rehab schedule while Nate Burleson is ahead of his.

NFL fantasy: Aaron Hernandez undergoes shoulder surgery

In today’s Three and Out: Aaron Hernandez had surgery; Demaryius Thomas looks for more one-on-one and A.J. Green just wants to get better.

NFL fantasy football: Patriots re-sign Julian Edelman

In today’s Three and Out: Julian Edelman is back in New England, Aaron Hernandez wants to get stronger and Dion Lewis has a new home.

NFL fantasy football: Reggie Bush could catch 80 passes

In today’s Three and Out: Reggie Bush will be a dual-threat, Brandon Marshall’s fully healthy and Emmanuel Sanders could be on the move.

NFL fantasy: Rob Gronkowski could miss season opener

In today’s Three and Out: Gronk is having setbacks, RG3 is pushing forward and Run DMC is excited about changing directions.

NFL fantasy football: Larry Fitzgerald in ‘prove it’ mode

In today’s Three and Out: Larry Fitzgerald can’t wait to work with Carson Palmer; Tom Brady and Danny Amendola are already working together and the Dolphins might want a new RB to work with.

NFL fantasy: Matt Flynn reportedly drawing interest

In today’s Three and Out: Matt Flynn could have a new home while Jason Campbell has found a new home; Rob Gronkowski admits to a third surgery.

Washington State QB Jeff Tuel earns extended looks

Representatives from 10 NFL teams gathered at Washington State’s pro day on March 7, where nine players participated in a workout that was held indoors on FieldTurf.

31 Reasons why NFL teams hate the Patriots

If you didn’t know any better, you’d believe Terrell Suggs doesn’t care for the Patriots. Suggs has called the Patriots “arrogant pricks” in the past and on Thursday, he told Boston radio station WEEI the Patriots don’t “respect anybody,” and he “guarantees the other 31 teams hate the New England Patriots.” All 31 teams Terrell? Hyperbole much? But when you think about it, Suggs does have a point. So with the help of the intrepid Alex Gelhar and Adam Rank, we look for 31 reasons why every team hates the New England Patriots. ————————————————————————————————————————————– AFC: ————————————————————————————————————————————– 1. Buffalo Bills ————————————————————————————————————————————– The Patriots had a surplus of quarterbacks after the 2001 season, so, of course, the Bills ended up with Drew Bledsoe and not […]

The NFL “Goat Guide” for championship weekend

Year after year, when a team loses a big game the fans, and sometimes players, anoint a scapegoat, or more simply a goat, to carry the blame. Let’s take a look at the 2011 goats, and who might steal their crown in 2012.

The Unexpected (and expected) for the divisional round: Kaepernicking is the new Tebowing

The elite eight in the NFL have now been whittled down to four. But before we can look ahead to championship weekend, we need to look at what was unexpected (and expected) from the divisional playoffs.

The Rewind: Divisional Round content

12 teams entered, eight teams remain. So it’s not quite the Thunderdome, but the competition will be fierce. To highlight the series of great matchups this weekend, take a look at the content we whipped up for your reading pleasure.

The Unexpected (and expected) for week 15: No-show Sunday

It was “Statement Sunday,” which meant a slate full of fantastic games between playoff contenders. Or so we thought. Three of the six games turned out to be duds. Instead, it was just another week in the NFL where another unsuspecting man got hit in the face with a football. Let’s get to the unexpected (and expected) for week 15.

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