The NFL Midseason All-Pro Team (through Week 9)
by Taylor Nickels on November 5, 2014
With every team having played at least 8 games, this All-Pro team includes the best among both 4-3 defenses and among 3-4 defenses.
New England Patriots: Building On The Positives For Week Four
by Doug Tozier on September 25, 2014
It has been a rough start for the Patriots through three games, but there are plenty of positive notes to build on for the coming weeks.
New England Patriots: 2014 Official Overview and Predictions.
by Seth Carson on September 2, 2014
Official 2014 New England Patriots players, draft picks, returning stat leaders, schedule, predictions and more!
New England Patriots: Rookie Preseason Grades
by Doug Tozier on August 31, 2014
Bill Belichick made some controversial, though not high-profile choices, on draft day, but did those picks make the grade?
New England Patriots Preseason Wrap: The Good, Bad & Ugly
by Doug Tozier on August 31, 2014
Cut-down-time is here, and the opportunity to make or break is here with it. Who did enough to stay, and who is on their way out of town?
Patriots' Defense: Bubble Players Making An Impact Week P2
by Doug Tozier on August 19, 2014
Preseason action is giving us a good look as we pass the half-way point, and these players are showing signs of catching fire.
What To Expect From The New England Patriots' Defense in 2014
by Doug Tozier on August 4, 2014
New England has not fielded a stout defense since 2004, and consequently has not seen a Lombardi Trophy either. 2014 will be a return to those days.
The Top Five Secondaries In The National Football League
by Eric Wagner on August 4, 2014
In a passing league, it is becoming increasingly important to have three to four cornerbacks that can cover, as well as big and fast safeties.
2014 NFL Week 11 Game-By-Game Analysis and Predictions
by Eric Wagner on July 21, 2014
Getting closer to the end of the season, each game becomes more and more important. Check out how each team fares in their Week Eleven match-up!
Winning the Battle for Dominance in the AFC
by Doug Tozier on July 21, 2014
There is no question that right now, there are two teams, and two QBs vying for top dog in the AFC; who will lead their team to 2014 victory?
2014 NFL Week 5 Game-By-Game Analysis and Predictions
by Eric Wagner on June 30, 2014
Teams will sometimes panic if they are losing too much. Check out how each team fares as their records start forming.
2014 Patriots: 5 Biggest Questions Heading Into Training Camp
by Doug Tozier on June 24, 2014
The New England Patriots have two things that are never in doubt: Who will coach and who will throw. Here are the five things we don't know yet.
With the 29th Pick in the NFL Draft, New England Patriots Select...
by Joseph Slisz on May 6, 2014
We continue our series, breaking down all 32 first round picks, providing team needs and targets with each pick.
The All-Steal Team of the 2013 NFL Draft Class
by Damien Walec on February 20, 2014
Rather than focusing on the high draft picks, here's a look at the best players from this past draft that were selected later in the event.
New England Patriots: 5 Free Agents They Should Target
by Doug Tozier on February 14, 2014
Despite going to the AFC Championship game, the New England Patriots had a disappointing season, and should look for upgrades at several positions.
New England Patriots: Three New Year's Resolutions For 2014
by Doug Tozier on January 13, 2014
It isn't over yet, but there has got to be a wish list for this Patriots' team after the myriad tragedies from the 2013 season.
Top 5 Landing Spots for Jairus Byrd In 2014
by Doug Tozier on December 31, 2013
In a disappointing season for the beleaguered franchise, Jairus Byrd was a bright spot for the Buffalo Bills. His talents should go to a contender.
How The New England Patriots Would Fare Without The Injuries
by Doug Tozier on December 28, 2013
Can you imagine your team without any of the injuries that either hampered or eliminated key players. I know the Patriots would be a different team.
5 Reasons The New England Patriots Will Choke In Playoffs
by Bobby Ronaghy on December 23, 2013
Coming off a road victory in Baltimore, the Patriots are still in position to clinch a bye on Sunday, but the prospects of a deep playoff run are dim.
Week 5 and Beyond: How the Patriots Can Keep the Wins Coming
by Doug Tozier on October 6, 2013
An undefeated season is not entirely outside the realm of possibility. So, how does Bill Belichick lead his team to that lofty goal?
Week 5 Predictions: Dolphins Bounce Back, Chiefs Edge Titans
by Eli Park on October 2, 2013
Will the Texans upset Colin Dapper-nick? FN's Donovan Park advises Chip Kelly that patience carries a lot of "wait." Think the head coach will buy it?
New England Patriots In-Game Coverage: Secondary Still Weak Point
by Doug Tozier on September 23, 2013
The New England Patriots most glaring weakness in 2012 was their inability to cover opposing receivers well. That trend is continuing in 2013.
Tampa Bay Storms Into New England: Five Keys To the Game
by Doug Tozier on September 21, 2013
Expect a very tough game in Foxborough, Massachusetts on Sunday. It's only Week 3, but the stakes are high for both teams.
NFL Safety Rankings For The 2013 Campaign
by Thom Cunningham on September 17, 2013
These are the NFL safety rankings entering the '13 season. These rankings will change based on performances at the end of the year.
New England Patriot Defense: High Risk Or High Reward?
by Doug Tozier on September 5, 2013
What should we expect from the 2013 version of the New England defense? As we enter week one, we will see exactly what this team is made of.