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The guys opened the show by discussing Wilfork's departure.
Butch talks about the recent signings in the NFL, free agency kicking off on Tuesday and what the Pats will do. He also gets into some Sox talk and those pesky pace of play suggestions.
you. Some part of me wanted him gone. I’ve seen too many great game plans out of Shrex that managed to keep the Patriots offense in check and put Tom Brady on the ground way more often than I’d like. But this year’s Week 16 game I
stress, inner turmoil and borderline terror from start to finish. By the time Baltimore went up 14-0 before the Patriots offense even got to introduce themselves, I’d pretty much exhausted the WebMD database to identify every symptom I had and
ends while Peyton Manning had a group that matches up with any in recent history (though it says here that the 2007 Patriots offense at its peak was better than the 2013 Broncos). You saw it on Sunday -- the skill players are stronger for Denver
England was able to take advantage of some favorable matchups to start the year 4-0. Throughout this stretch, the Patriots offense was as balanced as it had ever been: 122 rushing attempts and 158 pass attempts. (The Patriots also were able
FOXBORO -- The last two years, the Patriots offense has been the football equivalent of high-speed DSL. This year, it’s been more like old-school dial-up. When it comes
50-plus yard touchdown catch in Buffalo), but it simply isn’t a need. It’s worth noting how complex the Patriots offense is to learn, and when selecting a young wide out that needs to be considered with how well they could adapt to the
on third-down, but the offense as well, especially in the postseason. Over the three postseason games, the Patriots offense went 26-for-43 (61 percent) on third-down, which was by far the best among teams in the postseason. The
consideration of plays such as quick receiver screens effecting the numbers a bit, but it was clear Brady and the Patriots offense wanted to get the ball out quick and keep the Seattle defense on its heels. Overall for the season, Brady
Wide receiver Danny Amendola on July 30, 2014 , channeling his inner Wooderson when talking about the state of the Patriots offense early in training camp 9. “They beat us like we stole something.” – Defensive lineman Vince Wilfork on Sept. 29
in the red zone. Using advanced metrics, the contrast is even more impressive — per Football Outsiders, the Patriots offense was the sixth-best offense in the red zone this year in the regular season. On the other side of the ball, the