Patriots: Patriots make everyone’s day by announcing the return of the Pat The Patriot Red Uniforms

June 23, 2022

Pat the Patriot and the old school red uniforms are back. Using a Back To The Future theme, the Patriots announced yesterday that the old school red uniform will be back this fall. Wait a minute, Doc. Are you telling me the red uniforms are back? — New England Patriots (@Patriots) June 22, 2022 The NFL changed its policy on throwbacks last year and with the announcement that teams…


Patriots: Top 5 Moments of Gronk’s Career

June 22, 2022

Rob Gronkowski, the greatest Tight End in NFL history, announced his retirement (again) on Tuesday. Gronkowski ends his career with 621 receptions for 9,286 yards and 92 receiving touchdowns in addition to one rushing touchdown. He won four Super Bowls, three with the Patriots and one with the Buccaneers. In honor of his retirement, here are the top five moments of his career: 5. Super Bowl LII The Patriots lost…


Patriots: Rob Gronkowski announces his retirement from the NFL. Again

June 21, 2022

Rob Gronkowski is retiring again. The former Patriots and Buccaneers tight end made the announcement yesterday on his Instagram account. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Rob Gronkowski (@gronk) The announcement comes as a little bit of a surprise. Many industry insiders believed Gronkowski would ultimately come back after Tom Brady announced he was unretiring. Ultimately, Gronkowski decided to hang them up again and by all accounts…


Patriots: Meyers signing his second round tender should open the door to a long term deal

June 15, 2022

Wide receiver Jakobi Meyers signed his second round tender on Monday. The one year deal is worth $3.986 million dollars for the 2022 season. Meyers waited to sign his tender which may hint at how he feels about the second round tender but nonetheless he is signed through next season. The Patriots now have time to negotiate with the 25 year old former undrafted free agent. Meyers had a career…


Patriots: A Pessimistic Patriots Point of View

June 11, 2022

By Mason Sousa, Special Contributor Image courtesy of Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images Now why the hell would a Patriots fan want to read what a pessimistic fan has to say? Maybe the haters would love it? But I think the diehard positive fan would too. You see the New England Patriots just finished the best team sport run in the history of professional sports led…


Patriots: 10 Thoughts on Mandatory Mini-Camp

June 10, 2022

Mandatory mini-camp is over after Bill Belichick cancelled yesterday’s practice. The next time we see the Patriots together as a team will be the end of next month in training camp. We got a pretty good look at what the 2022 Patriots will look like at this week’s mini-camp. Here are my observations. Cole Strange will make an immediate impact. He is athletic, smart, tough and plays with a chip…


Patriots: Romeo Crennel leaves a lasting impact on the Patriots

June 8, 2022

Image courtesy of the New England Patriots Former Patriots defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel announced his retirement yesterday at the age of 74. Crennel spent 40 seasons in the NFL including two stints as a head coach with the Cleveland Browns and Kansas City Chiefs. He is a five time Super Bowl champion winning two with the New York Giants and three with the Patriots. Crennel coached in New England on…


Patriots: 5 areas I am watching in this week’s mandatory mini-camp

June 7, 2022

The Patriots kick off three days of mandatory mini camp today. Mini camp is the last stop of the off-season in the NFL before training camp, which kicks off at the end of next month. The Patriots made plenty of moves this off-season between free agency and the draft so there will be plenty to watch for over the next three days. Here five areas I am focusing on. 1….


Patriots: Vintage Belichick responses in the first in person press conference proves he doesn’t care what we think

May 26, 2022

Bill Belichick was in mid-season form in Monday’s press conference after voluntary OTA’s. Belichick was asked questions on several topics and needless to say, he was in mid-season form. The first question Belichick was asked was how he would characterize the level of participation thus far in OTA’s. His answer: “You know, it is what is.” Belichick was then asked about how involved he is on the offensive side of…


Patriots: When it comes to the Patriots coaching structure, In Bill We Trust does not apply

May 18, 2022

In Bill We Trust is a moniker Patriots fans have adopted through the years to show faith in Bill Belichick and his decision making. Since the departure of Tom Brady in 2020 however, you are hearing that moniker being thrown around less and less. Now all of sudden, Patriots fans don’t trust Belichick. Especially when it comes to personnel decisions and how he structures his coaching staff. Patriots fans have…