Monday, December 3, 2012


  • Patriots shut a few traps

    Should we consider, a few years from now, the Patriots' 23-16 victory over the Miami Dolphins Sunday -- a win that secured the franchise's ninth AFC East crown in 10 years -- chances are it won't be recalled as much more than another W on the schedule, ...

  • Texans and Patriots are set for clash of AFC titans

    This is relevant now because the Patriots play host to Houston on Monday in a clash of the AFC's two top franchises. With four weeks to go, the 11-1 Texans are on track for the top seeding in the conference, and the 9-3 Patriots are in line for the No ...

  • Patriots agree with Donte' Stallworth

    ... 2012, 7:42 PM ET. By Mike Reiss | Recommend0 · Tweet0 · Comments0 · Email · Print.

  • NATO to agree to send Patriots to Turkey: diplomats

    Turkey last month asked NATO for Patriots, which can be used to intercept missiles and planes, after weeks of talks with allies about how to shore up security on its 900-km (560-mile) border with Syria, which is immersed in civil war.

  • Bolden exemption; 4 workouts; Kopa gone

    As was expected, the Patriots have received a roster exemption on running back Brandon Bolden, who served the final of a four-game suspension on Sunday, according to a league source.

  • Bruschi Patriots chat recap

    Every day after the Patriots play a game, Tedy Bruschi hosts his weekly Patriots chat on Today's chat kicked off at 3 p.m.

  • Breaking Down the New England Patriots' Pro Bowl Candidates

    Nevertheless, the Patriots have many candidates on the Pro Bowl ballot who are deserving of the honor. And while the voting process is a popularity contest, even the less renowned talents on the roster are making strong cases for themselves.

  • Patriots: WR Brandon Lloyd was a non-factor against Dolphins but that should ...

    People in Boston already are beginning to use Brandon Lloyd's performance in Sunday's game against the Dolphins, where he was targeted one time and made one reception, as evidence the veteran wide receiver is being phased out of the New England ...

  • Patriots defense continues to show steady improvement

    Miami's Davone Bess has been one of the most prolific wide receivers in the AFC all season. He'd caught at least four passes for at least 50 yards in four straight games before the Dolphins hosted the Patriots on Monday, including an outburst the ...

  • Red Sox and Patriots are mirror images

    The 2012 Patriots are now 9-3, and by whatever quirk you want to reference, possess the No. 2 seed in the AFC, thanks to Pittsburgh's last-second win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.

  • Explaining the tiebreaker between the Patriots, Ravens and Broncos

    The Patriots, Ravens and Broncos are all 9-3 tonight after the Ravens' lost to fall back to the pack, so the tiebreakers are in play much more than a week ago.

  • Broncos, Patriots, Falcons win divisions

    Houston has not clinched the AFC South, although it has a three-game lead over Indianapolis, but it secured at least a wild-card spot on Sunday.

  • Week 14: Texans-Patriots preview

    *Keys to the game: The Texans are on the spot to prove their pass defense is better than showings against Jacksonville and Detroit indicated.

  • Snaps: Chung slips to backup

    The Patriots appear to have settled on a Devin McCourty/Steve Gregory safety pairing. Also, there is more stability at cornerback, with Aqib Talib and Alfonzo Dennard going wire to wire, with Kyle Arrington coming on in the nickel.

  • The Best and Worst: Patriots at Miami

    BEST PREGAME MEETING: Offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia, team doctor Tom Gill, head trainer Jim Whalen, strength and conditioning coach Harold Nash, offensive tackle Sebastian Vollmer and defensive sparring partner Jake Bequette.

  • Patriots Top Dolphins 23-16 As Tannehill Struggles

    Going into Sunday's contest there was a feeling the Patriots' offense could easily drop 60 points on the Dolphins' atrocious secondary.

  • Boomer Esiason on D&C: Patriots best team in AFC

    CBS Sports NFL analyst Boomer Esiason made his weekly appearance with Dennis & Callahan and talked about the Patriots' victory over the Dolphins, the AFC playoff picture, the Jets' quarterback situation and more news from around the NFL.

  • Patriots not satisfied with AFC East

    It's not that Patriots players didn't appreciate the free hats and T-shirts waiting for them following the grind-it-out win.

  • Patriots provide Dolphins future blueprint

    AP Photo/John Bazemore Jorvorskie Lane and the Dolphins have a lot of ground to cover to catch the Patriots. MIAMI -- The "2012 AFC East Champion" T-shirts were handed out by the dozens Sunday evening.

  • Patriots & Dolphins inactives

    MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- The Patriots have announced the final four inactive players for their contest against the Miami Dolphins, with tight end Visanthe Shiancoe, offensive lineman Mitch Petrus, fullback James Develin and defensive back Derrick Martin ...

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