Author: Brendan Smyth

New England and Seattle Meet Again at the Goal Line

I have never been one to recognize or accept “moral victories”, but the Patriots’ performance this week is an outlier. New England went across the country for a Sunday night matchup against one of the best teams in the league led by one of the best quarterbacks. I probably saw Malcolm Butler’s Super Bowl XLIX […]

Cam Newton Adds New Flavor to the Patriots Offense

Cam Newton officially signed with the New England Patriots on July 8th, 2020. For 67 days we discussed, debated, and even argued each detail of the new horizons coming to Foxborough down to the bone. Newton finally took the field for his first game as a Patriot draped in their new home uniform. The change […]

Bill Belichick Called Aqib Talib to Propose a Reunion

Former Patriots cornerback Aqib Talib officially announced his retirement after 10 years in the NFL. Talib earned 5 Pro Bowl and 2 All-Pro selections. He won Super Bowl 50 with the Denver Broncos. Talib will start his retirement by entering the media world with his new show “Call to the Booth” with Harrison Sanford, where […]

Did Bill Belichick Lose the Leonard Fournette Sweepstakes to Tom Brady?

Jeff Howe reported that Bill Belichick reached out to former Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette Wednesday afternoon. Evan Lazar added that the Bills were another team in the mix. The Patriots could have had a serious interest or had been doing their due diligence, as they do with most free agents on the market. Albert […]

Tom Brady’s 2018 Thumb Injury Explained in “The Dynasty”

Tom Brady’s thumb injury in 2018 is one of the more recent mysteries to occur in the New England saga. First reports stated Brady cut his right thumb open on a handoff to Rex Burkhead in practice and received four stitches. The public did not receive much more information on the incident. The team stayed […]

Patriots to Play First Two Home Games Without Fans

Gillette Stadium announced in a statement released Tuesday afternoon that no fans will be permitted at their events through September in a statement released Tuesday afternoon. The decision affects the Patriots and Revolution, who have a combined five games in Foxboro in the month of September. The Patriots open their season at Gillette against the […]

Tatum Shines as Celtics Dominate Game 2 Without Gordon Hayward

Jayson Tatum let the Sixers know he’d be putting up a legendary performance ahead of game two. Apparently, they didn’t get the memo.    Game 1 may have been closer than the Green Teamers would have expected. It would not have surprised many if the Sixers had come out strong in Game 2 after the Celtics […]

Patriots Add Lamar Miller to Crowded Backfield

The Patriots filled another roster spot after eight players opted out by signing veteran running back Lamar Miller to a one-year deal. The 2018 Pro Bowler suffered a torn ACL in his third preseason game last year against the Houston Texans. Miller was in the final year of his 4-year/$26,000,000 with the organization. He spent […]

Julian Edelman Prepared to Lead by Example in Unprecedented Season

Patriots’ Nation was astonished by Tom Brady’s decision to leave New England, but his go-to receiver since 2013 had to have taken the news the hardest. Edelman was widely known as a fanboy to the legendary quarterback, and the two grew close as he rose to be a key piece in The Patriots’ second dynasty. […]