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Pats Pulpit Jul 20, 2017
New England Patriots links 7/20/17 - Patriots look safe at safety

New England Patriots links 7/20/17 - Patriots look safe at safety

Daily news and links for Thursday TEAM TALK Bob Wallace Tackling Tech: Why the NFL is exploring its ticketing options. Angelique Fiske finds Rob Gronkowski celebrating with Demi Lovato on her new single. Highlights to get ready for the Patriots Hall of Fame Induction ceremony to honor Raymond Clayborn, Saturday July 29 in the plaza at Patriot Place. (1 min. video). Highlights: All 50 Tom Brady touchdowns of 2007. (7.11 min. video) /I blame this for my links post being late this morning. Don Banks lets us know all that is wrong with the idea of the Hall of Fame game. (2.05 min....
Arrowhead Pride Jul 19, 2017
50 reasons to be excited for Chiefs-Patriots

50 reasons to be excited for Chiefs-Patriots

We are 50 days until the Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots kick off for the 2017 NFL season opener. Fifty days until Chiefs-Patriots, and the kickoff of the NFL season.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 19, 2017 For that, I have 50 reasons I am excited for Chiefs-Patriots: Playing on Thursday so we can still enjoy the first do-nothing-all-day-Sunday of the fall. Kelce vs. Gronk. Kelce vs. Gronk dance-off. Marcus Peters in press coverage. The first time I get annoyed that Peters is playing off and then he’s in perfect position for a pass breakup. Seeing the best safety...
NFL Trade Rumors Jul 13, 2017

NFL Notes: Patriots, Redskins, Vikings

Patriots Mike Reiss of ESPN considers Rob Gronkowski to be the only lock to make the 53-man roster at this point in the offseason. This is interesting considering that the Patriots traded a fourth-round pick to the Colts for TE Dwayne Allen. The Patriots also have Matt Lengel, James O’Shaughnessy, Jacob Hollister, and Sam Cotton competing … The post NFL Notes: Patriots, Redskins, Vikings appeared first on NFLTradeRumors.co.
numberFire Jul 13, 2017

Dwayne Allen may not be lock for Patriots' roster

New England Patriots tight end Dwayne Allen may not be a roster lock, according to ESPN's Mike Reiss. What It Means: In going through New England's crew of tight ends, Reiss only listed Rob Gronkowski as a roster lock. Reports have suggested that Allen has struggled in camp so that could be the reasoning behind Reiss' omission. Although it would be surprising if Allen didn't make the cut after the Patriots dealt a fourth round pick for him in this year's draft. This season, our algorithms project Allen for 26 receptions, 316 yards and 2.8 touchdowns. He is TE31 in our...
Pats Pulpit Jul 11, 2017
PFF: Patriots passing attack better than Falcons, Packers, and every other offense in the NFL

PFF: Patriots passing attack better than Falcons, Packers, and every other offense in the NFL

The Patriots passing attack is the best in the NFL. The New England Patriots passing attack is expected to dominate the league in 2017- as they have for the past decade- and Pro Football Focus expects the team to be the best in the league. “The Patriots receive the No. 1 ranking here not because they won the Super Bowl last season,” according to PFF. “They do so because QB Tom Brady fielded the highest graded season by a quarterback in the PFF Era. And because TE Rob Gronkowski’s 3.18 yards per route run ranked first not just among tight ends, but among all receivers. Combine all...
numberFire Jul 9, 2017

Patriots' Julian Edelman not dominant in red-zone

New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman converted only 13.3% of his red-zone targets and 11.1% of his targets inside the ten-yard line last season. What It Means: The Patriots' offseason additions of Brandin Cooks, Dwayne Allen, Rex Burkhead, and Mike Gillislee – all extremely efficient players near the goal – should mean a decrease in Edelman's scoring area looks. Edelman was targeted 15 times in the red zone last season and only converted twice, which may lead the efficiency-oriented Patriots to send more targets toward the now-healthy Rob Gronkowski. Our models...
Steelers Depot Jul 4, 2017

Understanding The Gronk Problem That Has Plagued The Steelers

If there is one player on the roster of the New England Patriots other than Tom Brady who has had the Pittsburgh Steelers’ number over the years, it is tight end Rob Gronkowski. The 28-year old All Pro tight end who played high school football in Pennsylvania has made the... The post Understanding The Gronk Problem That Has Plagued The Steelers appeared first on Steelers Depot by Daniel Valente. Go Steelers! [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Steelers Fan Playa Hatin' Round 2: No. 2 Tom Brady vs No. 7 Rob Gronkowski

Steelers Fan Playa Hatin' Round 2: No. 2 Tom Brady vs No. 7 Rob Gronkowski

A battle of Patriots commences in Round Two of BTSC’s quest for the ultimate enemy of Steeler Nation. In Round One of Steeler Fan Playa Hatin', No. 2 Tom Brady didn't need to cheat to be the top vote getter in BTSC's bracket of Steeler Nation's despisal of opposing villains. Brady garnered 92% of the vote over fellow QB Aaron Rodgers. Brady being labeled as G.O.A.T, his being labeled as a cheat, his smug demeanor and his sheer dominance of the Pittsburgh Steelers over the years were factors in his landslide. While No. 7 Rob Gronkowski basically won for being a Patriot. His contest against...
LA Times Jun 30, 2017

Nike files opposition to Rob Gronkowski's company's logo, saying it's too similar to Jumpman

You can be the arbitrator on this one. Nike has filed a formal opposition to the USPTO Trial & Appeal Board, saying a logo of New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski’s company, Gronk Nation LLC, looks similar to the Air Jordan “Jumpman” logo that has been in use since November 1987, ESPN...
CSN New England Jun 30, 2017

Nike says Gronk logo is too similar to Jordan logo, files opposition

Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, a Nike endorser, has run afoul of the sports shoe and apparel giant with the logo Gronk wants to use
The Republican Jun 30, 2017
Nike: Rob Gronkowski logo too similar to Jordan Brand, per report

Nike: Rob Gronkowski logo too similar to Jordan Brand, per report

Nike declared Rob Gronkowski's new logo too similar to that of the Jordan brand.
Nike says Rob Gronkowski logo too similar to Air Jordan 'Jumpman'

Nike says Rob Gronkowski logo too similar to Air Jordan 'Jumpman'

There's apparently no room for Rob Gronkowski in the shadow of Michael Jordan.Nike, which Gronkowski is a top spokesman for, has filed a formal opposition to the Patriots tight end's proposed logo, according to ESPN. The logo depicts Gronk as a silhouette spiking a football, and the company deemed it was too close to that of the Air Jordan "Jumpman" logo.
The Republican Jun 28, 2017

New England Patriots over/unders: Wins, Tom Brady TDs, Brandin Cooks yards

A look at some New England Patriots over/unders for the 2017 season, including Tom Brady touchdown passes, Brandin Cooks yards, and Rob Gronkowski touchdowns.
Musket Fire Jun 27, 2017

New England Patriots: Predicting top target for Tom Brady in 2017

Tom Brady has always made the New England Patriots a successful team. No matter who his receivers are, he has made the offense successful. Each year, he has also had a favorite receiver. Who will be his top target in 2017? Tight end Rob Gronkowski will most likely be Tom Brady’s top target this coming […] New England Patriots: Predicting top target for Tom Brady in 2017 - Musket Fire - Musket Fire - A New England Patriots Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
CSN New England Jun 27, 2017

Is Rob Gronkowski being fairly criticized for jokes at David Ortiz's roast?

Mike Felger, Gary Tanguay, and Mike Giardi discuss the people criticizing Rob Gronkowski for the jokes he made at the David Ortiz roast.

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