4 draft pick re-dos that could’ve changed Patriots’ entire recent history

The New England Patriots have gotten a great return on investment from their 2021 draft class. While the jury is still out on third-rounder Ronnie Perkins, three of the team’s top four selections — Mac Jones, Christian Barmore and Rhamondre Stevenson — all appear to be pieces worth building around. The same, unfortunately, cannot be said… Continue reading 4 draft pick re-dos that could’ve changed Patriots’ entire recent history

Patriots’ alternate history if the Tuck Rule never happened

The 20th anniversary of the “Tuck Rule” Game arrived this past Wednesday — or, as New England Patriots fans call it, “The Snow Game,” “The Vinatieri Game” or “The Extremely Normal Game.” Though most of us had never heard of the Tuck Rule before Tom Brady’s arm was bashed by the Raiders’ defense, it’s clear… Continue reading Patriots’ alternate history if the Tuck Rule never happened

6 worst Patriots playoff losses under Bill Belichick

The head coaches that have dragged their teams to the NFL playoffs this season are the best of the best. But, despite the future Hall of Famer play callers on the sidelines, the New England Patriots will always have the edge coaching-wise. No other coach has won more games in the postseason than Bill Belichick… Continue reading 6 worst Patriots playoff losses under Bill Belichick

Ranking the New England Patriots’ 9 Wild Card Game showdowns

The Wild Card Game has been foreign territory for the New England Patriots. The fan base has long grown accustomed to sitting back and watching their squad run over the competition during the regular season before leaving the Buffalo Bills, New York Jets, and Miami Dolphins in the dust as they cruise to the AFC… Continue reading Ranking the New England Patriots’ 9 Wild Card Game showdowns

Remember John Madden’s iconic call of Patriots’ first Super Bowl win

The NFL community is currently mourning the loss of Pro Football Hall of Fame coach John Madden after he passed away on Tuesday at the age of 85. Madden’s coaching career only spanned 10 seasons — during which he led the Raiders to seven AFC title games and a Super Bowl win in 1976 —… Continue reading Remember John Madden’s iconic call of Patriots’ first Super Bowl win

Former Patriots LB reignites Super Bowl LII controversy out of nowhere

New England Patriots fans are very much victimized by the “Disease of More.” They had two dynasties? Well, why not three? Tom Brady won six rings in the uniform? Sure, but it could’ve been eight if not for the New York Giants … and nine if not for Nick Foles … and man, if they… Continue reading Former Patriots LB reignites Super Bowl LII controversy out of nowhere

Patriots: Revisiting the Malcolm Butler benching in Super Bowl LII

It’s been over three years since Bill Belichick benched Pro Bowl CB Malcolm Butler in Super Bowl LII, and Patriots fans have still not heard an explanation why. Malcolm Butler was, at the time, four years removed from arguably the greatest defensive played in Super Bowl history against Seattle, and two years removed from a Pro… Continue reading Patriots: Revisiting the Malcolm Butler benching in Super Bowl LII

Patriots trading pick that became Taylor Moton proved to be a brutal miss

The New England Patriots were always expected to spend big in free agency this offseason. However, virtually nobody anticipated them dishing out over $200 million in contracts and overhauling their already-sturdy offensive line. Was reloading the OL necessary? Well, considering Joe Thuney was a free agent and poised to ink a lucrative deal on the… Continue reading Patriots trading pick that became Taylor Moton proved to be a brutal miss

Patriots’ Throwback Thursday: Troy Brown saves the 2004 season

Remember when Troy Brown prevented disaster in 2004 by playing on the other side of the ball as a cornerback? Troy Brown held the New England Patriots together in 2004 like no one else could have. They really should make a movie about him, or find some special way to honor him in Canton, although for some reason… Continue reading Patriots’ Throwback Thursday: Troy Brown saves the 2004 season