Posts Tagged ‘Kevin Faulk’

The Paradox of Danny Woodhead

Saturday, November 17th, 2012
Danny Woodhead Patriots

Is Danny Woodhead the new Kevin Faulk? (Photo: US Presswire)

NEPD Staff Writer Joon Lee

I have a man-crush on Danny Woodhead. There I said it. Sure, he isn’t the flashiest back on the Patriots (that goes to Stevan Ridley), not the biggest, but he is one of the most important parts of the Patriots offense.

For years, writers and fans adored running back Kevin Faulk. He was a quintessential New England Patriots. For years, the guy was a grinder, a guy who the Patriots could rely on in tough situations and could be counted on for consistent yardage. Woodhead has been called the second-coming of Kevin Faulk. And he is. Danny Woodhead is Kevin Faulk 2.0.


NEPD Mailbag: Too Long For Twitter

Friday, May 4th, 2012
Devin McCourty Interception

Could Devin McCourty handle kickoff return duties for the Patriots next season?

NEPD Editor: Doug Kyed

Who will handle kickoff returns for the Patriots? What will the Patriots do with all their WRs? Will the Patriots bring in a veteran RB?

Those are some of the questions I’ll be answering in my weekly “Too Long For Twitter” Friday mailbag where I take questions from Twitter that warrant, deserve or need answers longer than 140 characters

If you have a question about anything, tweet it to me @DougKyedNEPD, and I’ll try to include it in the column on Friday. If you aren’t on Twitter, feel free to throw in a question in the comments section.


Running Back to the Future

Tuesday, July 13th, 2010
Mark Ingram

Will the Patriots add a Heisman Trophy Winner to offset their future losses at running back?

As the Greek philosopher Heraclitus said, “Everything gives way and nothing stays fixed.”  The Patriots stable of running backs after the 2010 season will certainly prove that point.


Kevin Faulk Still a Patriot

Wednesday, March 10th, 2010

The Patriots and Kevin Faulk have agreed to contract terms, according to multiple reports. Entering his 13th year, Faulk is still an invaluable leader and contributor running and catching the ball. Faulk had over 600 all-purpose yards in 2009 and scored 3 touchdowns.

Faulk should now be able to retire a Patriot. Contract details have yet to be released.

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