Posts Tagged ‘Pre-Game Meal’

Pre-Game Meal: New York Jets – Playoff Edition

Sunday, January 16th, 2011

Even T.O.'s got his popcorn ready for this one.

NEPD Staff Writer: B. Delabarrera

January is trudging along, the weather is getting colder in the north, and there is only one spot left in the AFC Conference Championship game. Spending the last month in New Jersey on winter break as a Patriot fan has been fun for the sake of trash-talk and friendly competition, with the occasional angry Jet fan hollering at a red light or two.

Jet fans back home tend to take after their coach and defensive squad; they are more concerned with embarrassing New England rather than actually winning a football game. The New York Jets say won’t be taking their northern rivals gently this time after looking like a JV squad in their humiliating 45-3 road pummeling in early December.


Pre Game Meal: Buffalo Bills vs Patriots

Sunday, December 26th, 2010

Bring on the rivalry!

NEPD Staff Writer B. Delaberra

I hope everyone has had a very good holiday season so far… next up on the list are the Bills, New Years, and the Dolphins.

Can you feel it?


Pre-Game Meal: Green Bay Packers

Sunday, December 19th, 2010

Throwback! This game wasn't very fun.

NEPD Staff Writer B. Delabarrera-

In what looked like a match up between two of the NFL’s most dangerous quarterbacks, Sunday night’s prime time game between the New England Patriots (11-2) and the Green Bay Packers (8-5) was deflated with the news that QB Aaron Rodgers didn’t make it through his post-concussion tests.


Pre-Game Meal: Patriots vs Chicago Bears

Sunday, December 12th, 2010

This man loves the snow... Bring it on, Chicago.

NEPD Staff Writer B. Delabarrera

At 10-2, the New England Patriots will travel west to Soldier Field in Chicago, IL for the first time in ten years to try and prove their dominance in both conferences. Meanwhile, I have to study for finals… but whatever.


Pre-Game Meal: New York Jets 2.0

Monday, December 6th, 2010

It has to be all about overpowering the line of scrimmage for the Patriots tonight.

NEPD Staff Writer B. Delabarrera

With only 5 games left in the regular season, three against AFC East teams, Bill Belichick and the Patriots look to elongate their winning streak and put and stay in contention for the AFC crown, the No. 1 spot in the East, and home-field advantage. The journey begins with New England (9-2) to seeking revenge for their early season loss when the arch-nemesis New York Jets (9-2) visit Foxboro.


Pre-Game Meal: Detroit Lions

Thursday, November 25th, 2010

NEPD Staff Writer: B. Delabarrera

How awesome of game is this for Patriots fans? Tom Brady returning to the place where he recorded his first stats 10 years ago, against the same team, on the same holiday. That evening Charlie Batch was the top passer as the Lions trampled the Patriots 34-9… Terry Glenn was the top receiver. (woah)

These 2-8 Lions are definitely not going to walk all over Tom Brady and the Patriots this Thanksgiving, but they also might not be as bad as their record suggests. With only three full days of rest the Patriots are walking right in to another trap game back on the road: the only place they’ve lost this season. Happy Thanksgiving from NEPD!


Pre-Game Meal: Patriots vs Colts

Sunday, November 21st, 2010
Patriots vs Colts

Belichick came up an inch short last year against the Colts.

NEPD Staff Writer: B. Delabarrera

Well, here we are at Colts Week and the hype is just as big as we expected. With this annual inter-divisional rivalry game shifting back into New England for the first time since November 2007, many are anticipating the series to also shift back into New England’s favor.


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