Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Patriots running back Kevin Faulk announced his retirement Tuesday morning in Foxborough at The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon.
Tuesday, October 9, 2012
Longtime New England Patriots running back Kevin Faulk announced his retirement Tuesday, closing his 13-year career as one of the most productive Patriots players in the team’s history. “Kevin Faulk helped define the way an entire generation of Patriots fans have come to view and appreciate our brand of football,” said Patriots Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft. “He worked so hard to get better every year. He was always one of the first to arrive in the building and among the last to leave. His work ethic, enthusiasm for the game and clutch performances, especially on third down, earned him the respect of his coaches, teammates and fans alike. He retires a Patriot whose career will always be celebrated for helping deliver three Super Bowl …
Monday, October 31, 2011
The Patriots traveled to Pittsburgh and lost a big game to the Steelers. The loss brought the sky high Patriotss back down to earth and into a crowded AFC.
There is one thing abundantly clear after the Patriots dropped a big AFC game to the Steelers on Sunday; There is not one single dominant team in the AFC this year. The usual suspects of dominance in the AFC have all had inconsistent years so far in 2011. The Ravens were thrashed by the sub-par Jaguars last Sunday night only to rebound with an incredible comeback victory this week against the Cardinals. The Steelers have had so many up and down games, you never know who is going to show up. The same can be said for the 2011 New England Patriots at this point. After a near death escape against the Cowboys two weeks ago, the Patriots, who had a chance to not only distance themselves from several teams in the AFC with a victory over the …
Thursday, October 27, 2011
Patch is at Gillette Stadium for Media day previewing the match-up versus the Steelers on Sunday.
Over the last decade, the New England Patriots have had the Steelers number. If you ask any NFL player or coach, one team having the other teams' "number" means nothing. Any Given Sunday wasn't just a clever way to describe the unpredictability of the NFL, it's a near fact. The Patriots and Steelers head into Sunday's game boasting the best records in the AFC, at (5-1) and (5-2) respectively. With the halfway point of the season approaching, it's a chance for the Patriots to create some distance between themselves and the other AFC teams; more importantly the teams in the AFC East. Head Coach Bill Belichick spoke about the match-up this coming Sunday against the Steelers. "Ok it feels like we're back in the division again. Um, you know …