8:47 AM EST, Wed November 14, 2018
NESN.com 46 mins ago

How Could Patriots Fill Open Spot On 53-Man Roster After Recent Moves?

The New England Patriots only needed to release one player to make room for rookie cornerback Duke Dawson on Tuesday,... Read More »
NESN.com 47 mins ago

Scouting Patriots’ Remaining Foes: What Can Pats Expect After Bye Week?

Each Wednesday, we take a look at the New England Patriots’ next opponent. Since the Patriots’ are on a bye... Read More »
Pats Pulpit 47 mins ago
Patriots’ chances of first-round playoff bye took a serious hit against Titans

Patriots’ chances of first-round playoff bye took a serious hit against Titans

New England was blown out on Sunday and has dropped to the number three seed. After playing arguably their best game of the season in week nine against the Green Bay Packers, the New England Patriots laid an egg in week 10: the team was dominated in all three phases of the game and as a result was blown out 34-10 on the road against the Tennessee Titans. With the loss, the team now sits at 7-3 — still a good record considering their 1-2 start but one that hurts their chances come the postseason. Currently, the AFC’s playoff picture looks as follows: 1. Kansas City Chiefs (9-1) 2....
Chowder and Champions 1 hour ago

Patriots Gridiron News: Trey Flowers highlights team’s pass rush woes

The New England Patriots 34-10 loss to the Tennessee Titans highlighted the team’s inconsistency getting to the quarterback. There has been a common them in the New England Patriots three losses this season.  Fall behind early, the other team establishes a running game that feeds the passing game and mediocre quarterbacks have career games. If […] Patriots Gridiron News: Trey Flowers highlights team’s pass rush woes - Chowder and Champions - Chowder and Champions - A Boston Sports Site - Red Sox, Patriots, Celtics, Bruins and More!
Pats Pulpit 1 hour ago
Why didn’t the Patriots challenge Malcolm Butler on Sunday?

Why didn’t the Patriots challenge Malcolm Butler on Sunday?

New England refused to go after the lowest rated cornerback in the league. The sting of getting embarrassed in Tennessee may be wearing off a little, but there’s one thing that I just can’t stop thinking about: the Titans have, statistically, the worst cornerback in the NFL in ex-Patriots defender Malcolm Butler. He played 50 snaps on Sunday, and New England threw his way twice. Now, you’re probably making an argument about how Chris Hogan has been bad this year, and he hasn’t been able to get separation. Look, I agree. Hogan has stunk this year, but Tom Brady also never even looked...