Posts Tagged ‘Game Preview’

Patriots at Seahawks: Game Preview and Mailbag

Saturday, October 13th, 2012
Ras-I Dowling Patriots Seahawks

Will we see more of Ras-I Dowling against the Seahawks? (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Staff Writer: Joon Lee

To ask questions for the weekly mailbag, follow me on Twitter @iamjoonlee and tweet me questions throughout the week!

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Patriots vs Broncos: Game Preview and Mailbag

Friday, October 5th, 2012
Chandler Jones Patriots

Has Chandler Jones been the biggest surprise for the Patriots this season? (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Staff Writer: Joon Lee

To ask questions for the weekly mailbag, follow me on Twitter @iamjoonlee and tweet me questions throughout the week!

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Patriots vs Bills: Gameday Timeline

Sunday, September 30th, 2012
Logan Mankins Patriots

Patriots guard Logan Mankins is out against the stout Bills defensive line.

NEPD Editor: James Christensen

The Patriots and Buffalo Bills square off at 1pm eastern in the first AFC East tilt for New England. With the Bills sitting at 2-1 and the Patriots at 1-2, this game has suddenly become quite important for early positioning in the race to make the playoffs.

Follow along for all the updates this morning, including injuries, inactives and more.

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Patriots at Bills: Game Preview and Prediction

Friday, September 28th, 2012
Training Camp Rob Gronkowski

Will Rob Gronkowski be ready to carry the Patriots offense? (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Staff Writer: Joon Lee

This is in replacement of this week’s NEPD Mailbag due to a lack of questions. So to make sure we have one next week, follow me on Twitter @iamjoonlee and ask me questions throughout the weeks so we can put one together!

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Patriots vs. Ravens: Game Preview and Prediction

Saturday, September 22nd, 2012
Kellen Winslow Patriots

How long will it take for Kellen Winslow to have an impact? (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Staff Writer: Joon Lee

This is in replacement of this week’s NEPD Mailbag due to a lack of questions. So to make sure we have one next week, follow me on Twitter @iamjoonlee and ask me questions throughout the weeks so we can put one together!

Lets quickly take a look at this week’s injury report: (more…)


Arizona Cardinals at New England Patriots: Ten Keys to Week Two

Saturday, September 15th, 2012
Ras-I Dowling Patriots

Can Ras-I Dowling and the Patriots secondary stop Larry Fitzgerald? (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Staff Writer: Matthew Jones

Entering the 2012 season, the Arizona Cardinals were considered a team in the midst of a downward spiral. Their division rivals were being lauded for improvements at key spots: San Francisco had upgraded their offense by signing Mario Manningham and Randy Moss at wide receiver, Seattle had added not one but two potential starting quarterbacks in Matt Flynn and Russell Wilson, and the St. Louis Rams had begun a complete organizational overhaul under highly-regarded head coach Jeff Fisher, who brought in talent at wide receiver (Brian Quick), along the offensive line (center Scott Wells), and especially on defense (tackles Michael Brockers and Kendall Langford, cornerbacks Cortland Finnegan, Janoris Jenkins, and Trumaine Johnson.)

However, the Cardinals are tied for first in the division after a 20-16 week one victory over the more highly-touted Seattle Seahawks in which Arizona made a dramatic fourth-quarter comeback behind second-string quarterback Kevin Kolb.

How much of a threat do they pose to a New England team coming off of a dominant 34-13 victory at the Tennessee Titans?

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Patriots vs Titans: 10 Keys to Week One

Saturday, September 8th, 2012
Vince Wilfork Titans Patriots

Vince Wilfork will need to have a big impact to stop Chris Johnson and the Titans. (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Staff Writer: Matthew Jones

New England takes the field on Sunday looking to put an erratic preseason behind them in action against the Tennessee Titans, who won nine games in 2011 and could very well be even more successful in 2012.

The Titans managed to win three games against playoff teams last year – Baltimore, Denver, and Houston – and an upset over New England would significantly strengthen their chances of making a playoff run considering a relatively light schedule which includes games against Minnesota, Indianapolis (twice), Miami, and Jacksonville (twice.) Their team matches up surprisingly well with New England’s: their offense is loaded with dynamic players at skill positions, they have perhaps the best pair of offensive tackles in the league, and their secondary is well-equipped to deal with New England’s passing attack.

Read on in order to discover ten key storylines for New England’s season opener.

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