Posts Tagged ‘Pre-Game Meal’

Pre-Game Meal: Pittsburgh Steelers

Sunday, October 30th, 2011
Patriots vs Steelers Gronkowski

Can Rob Gronkowski duplicate his performance from last year?

NEPD Staff Writer: Brian Delabarrera

Fresh off the Bye week and the Patriots are back to work, shipping off to Heinz Field to take on the AFC rival Pittsburgh Steelers.


Pre-Game Meal: Dallas Cowboys

Sunday, October 16th, 2011
Patriots Cowboys Devin McCourty

Patriots corner Devin McCourty has a tall task in front of him on Sunday.

NEPD Staff Writer Brian Delabarrera gives you his take on the upcoming Patriots vs Dolphins game.


Pre-Game Meal: Jets Week

Saturday, October 8th, 2011
Stevan Ridley Patriots RB

Can Stevan Ridley help get the Patriots past the New York Jets?

NEPD Staff Writer: Brian Delabarrera

Last Week in Oakland, the Patriots were able to defend the No. 1 running attack in the NFL and to¬†convincingly improve to 3-1. This team is by no means “elite”, but they are pretty darn good.

With the help of the Stevan Ridley and BenJarvus Green-Ellis, Tom Brady was able to serve an additional 226 yards and 2 TDs to the Raiders in a 31-19 victory.

Now¬†Jets Week is finally here… and it couldn’t come at a better time if you ask me.


Pre-Game Meal: Oakland Raiders

Friday, September 30th, 2011
Raiders vs Patriots

This 12th man is... different.

NEPD Staff Writer: Brian D

After a long week of questions and second guesses, the Patriots will head out to Oakland on Sunday to try and remove the sour taste in their mouths from Buffalo.


Pre-Game Meal: Buffalo Bills

Saturday, September 24th, 2011
Brady Ochocinco Hernandez

Option #1 is out - Time for Option #85?

NEPD Staff Writer: Brian D

Already three weeks in and the Patriots are off to a hot start. Tied three ways for the top of the division are Buffalo, New England, and New York at 2-0.

Tom Brady has a league high 940 yards, 7 TDs, and 1 TD, completing 71.6 of his passes thus far. The New England defense had four takeaway against Phillip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers last Sunday, defeating them 31-25.


Pre-Game Meal: San Diego

Saturday, September 17th, 2011

NEPD Staff Writer: Brian Delabarrera

The Patriots return home from Miami with a ‘W’ under their belts and a home opener on their plates.

The formidable San Diego Chargers come to town. LT’s former teammates come in at 1-0 after putting up over 400 yards of total offense against the Vikings in Week 1, mostly through the air.


Pre-Game Meal: Patriots vs Dolphins – MNF Edition

Friday, September 9th, 2011
Aaron Hernandez Patriots

There is a new #85 to be watching this year - although that Hernandez seems pretty decent too.

NEPD Staff Writer: Brian Delabarrera

It’s hard to believe that we’re already back here; with all the lockout drama this offseason, at times it felt like we may never see our teams hit the gridiron again.

But nevertheless, Week 1 is here and both the Patriots and the Dolphins are looking at a must-win game. The past few years, New England has seen relatively good regular-season performances sprinkled with post-season misadventures.


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