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Patriots owner defends officials: ‘They’re not robots’

An inadvertent whistle contributed to a 14-point swing in the Monday Night Football clash between the New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills, but Pats owner Robert Kraft is taking the high road. According to Mark Daniels of the Providence Journal, Kraft admitted he’s frustrated but defended the officials, partly because of the outcome. “Well, we won the game. I am very...
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Wednesday web roundup: New England Patriots

Patriots Grades: Defense Picks Up The Slack The Patriots really struggled in this department throughout the entire game on Monday, as the only real bright spot was Danny Amendola, and even he went ... Patriots Conference Call Transcripts Q: How do you feel you've grown as a coach from when you left New England to now? What did you learn from your time away Read. JM: I think...
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Danny Amendola, Patriots avoid big scare: WR has a sprained knee and not expected to miss much time

According to Tom Curran of CSN New England, New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola sustained a knee sprain against the Bills; however, he is not expected to be out for an extended period of time. Curran writes: 'Danny Amendola has a knee sprain that will limit him throughout the week. His availability for the game Sunday in Denver will be determined by how he responds...
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Report: Official Applied College Rule In Blowing Final Play Of Patriots-Bills

There certainly wasn’t any shortage of bad officiating Monday night at Gillette Stadium for the AFC East showdown between the New England Patriots and Buffalo Bills. The one call that continues to stick out for obvious reasons was the inadvertent whistle on a Danny Amendola reception that could have turned into a huge gain, maybe even a touchdown. But that certainly wasn’t the...
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Report: Amendola to undergo MRI on minor knee injury

New England Patriots fans are spending another week on MRI watch. Patriots receiver Danny Amendola was knocked out of Monday night’s 20-13 win over the Buffalo Bills with a knee injury, and he will undergo an MRI Tuesday to check the ailment, NFL Media’s Albert Breer reported. The Patriots are “cautiously optimistic” Amendola’s knee injury is minor, NFL Media’s Ian...
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Danny Amendola Injury: Patriots Receiver Hurts Knee, Questionable To Return

New England Patriots wide receiver Danny Amendola left Monday’s game versus the Buffalo Bills with a knee injury. Amendola appeared to get hurt on a punt return, but grabbed at his leg without being touched. Danny Amendola is getting his left knee examined on the sideline. — Doug Kyed (@DougKyed) November 24, 2015 He left the game, and his status to return is in question...
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Inadvertent whistle costs Patriots potential touchdown

The New England Patriots almost took a two-score third-quarter lead, but an inadvertent whistle cost Tom Brady and Danny Amendola a potential 69-yard touchdown against the Buffalo Bills. Shortly after halftime, New England had a 1st-and-10 from its own 31-yard line. Brady escaped pressure in the pocket, rolled right and found a freelancing Amendola, who turned upfield as a whistle...
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Refs’ inadvertent whistle costs patriots potential touchdown

FOXBORO — The New England Patriots offense already was struggling to get going in Monday’s night’s contest with the Buffalo Bills. In the third quarter, however, referee Gene Steratore’s crew made a brutal mistake that took a potential breakout play off the board. On a first-and-10 from New England’s own 31-yard line, quarterback Tom Brady scrambled to his right to keep...
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Yes, Danny Amendola needs to be added to your rosters

With Julian Edelman out for the remainder of the fantasy regular season and fantasy playoffs, someone, who is preferably on waivers, needs to step up into his role. Enter Danny Amendola.  Amendola is perceived to step into the same role as Edelman now that he’s out. Amendola is more of a true slot receiver. Smaller build than Edelman, quick, though not nearly as quick or elusive...
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Danny Amendola has a new role in the New England Patriots offense

No one can stop the injury bug in the National Football League; it comes with the territory of the game. Players are going to be banged up and hurt throughout the seventeen week season. One can only hope that their team’s players are not victim to any ailment too drastic. In New England, one can only throw up their hands and yell. Julian Edelman is the latest of players to be struck...
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