Patriots feud rumors create hornet’s nest for playoff opponents in New England

Anybody who thinks an alleged Bill Belichick-Tom Brady-Robert Kraft feud will distract the Patriots and impact their playoff chances should consider this: During a conference call with Tennessee reporters, Belichick, when asked about the Titans, gave an incredibly detailed answer in which he talked about half the roster by name, including six special teams players.

So much for the New England head coach and his staff overlooking their divisional playoff opponent. And rest assured that Patriots players, led by the always-prepared Brady, will be in playoff mode starting Saturday night in Foxborough.

The team is putting less of emphasis on guarding the 3-point shot.Playing up how other teams ‘t give him credit etc etc, dude isn’t even the best TE on his team, much less the league jxt2521 says: Feb 6 5 PM It was a great interview.According to NFL Network’s Daniel , is a phenomenal athlete with all the tools to be elite player at his position.DeVos has her work cut out.

The only person capable of catching Brady in MVP voting might be Steelers wideout Antonio Brown—and guess where New England goes next with a pair of cornerbacks that seem to be struggling once again?

Thousands of officers will flood the city, some decked out in SWAT gear, others roaming undercover, and hundreds more patrolling in regular uniform.

The coverage is a cross between Santa Clara’s coverage in 2016, which received some criticism for its high visibility, and Houston’s in 2017, which was more undercover.

According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Smith has spent much of the 2017 season tending to his wife while she undergoes treatments in Arizona.

Smith has been the general manager for the franchise since 2006 and was elevated to an additional role as executive vice president in 2012. His leave of absence comes after a difficult 4-12 season for the Texans that brought rumors of a “toxic” relationship between Smith and coach Bill O’Brien.

With reports that one or both were in danger of getting fired, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport said one possible solution was for Smith to take a position within the franchise out of football operations and ceding more roster control to O’Brien.

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