New England Patriots at Pittsburgh Steelers: 2016 Week 7 NFL Pick

New England Patriots (5-1) at Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2) The Patriots really lucked out by getting the Steelers at a time in which they’re incredibly banged up. The biggest injury is the one that has Ben Roethlisberger out for at least this week and likely several weeks. Instead, backup Landry Jones will start in his absence. The dropoff from Roethlisberger to Jones is as big as...
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PREGAME: New England Patriots @ Pittsburgh Steelers Week 7

Tom Brady looks to continue his hot streak against the Steelers. The Steelers will be without Big Ben and look to Landry Jones to step up!
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Harris: Dont'a Hightower a Top Linebacker; Beginning of a Defensive Domination?

Tom Brady is dominaing the NFL and the New England Patriots look to keep things rolling against a vulnerable Pittsburg Steelers team without Ben Roethlisberger and Cameron Heyward. 
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Weekend web roundup: New England Patriots

The Patriots own the AFC and it’s not even closeOutside of the New England Patriots, the rest of the conference is low-key terrible. The AFC South has been a weak point for the last couple of seasons, but now … Rookie LB Elandon Roberts might be Bill Belichick’s latest late-round gemNew England Patriots inside linebacker Elandon Roberts during an NFL football game against...
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Unbeaten, interception-free Vikings on the verge of historic start

The Minnesota Vikings can make NFL history on Sunday in Philadelphia. A win over the Eagles and an interception-free afternoon from quarterback Sam Bradford would make the Vikings the first team since at least 1933 to start 6-0 without an interception, according to ESPN Stats and Information. If @Vikings (5-0) win Sunday and don’t throw INT, they would be first in modern NFL...
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Steelers defensive coordinator says Patriots do things ‘on the edge of being legal’

The Pittsburgh Steelers have become the latest team to voice concerns about the formations used on offense by the New England Patriots. Steelers defensive coordinator Keith Butler told the Steelers’ “Coordinators’ Corner” show that the Patriots sometimes skirt the edge of legality in what they do. “I don’t think they’re doing anything special,” Butler said of the...
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New England Patriots Newsfeed Podcast 10/21/16

10/21/16 Newsfeed | Bill Belichick press conference | Patriots vs. Steelers | Powered by CLNS Radio
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Even without Roethisberger, Pats defense wary of Steelers

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) Defensive end Chris Long and his New England teammates know enough about the Pittsburgh offense to realize the Steelers can be potent even without Ben Roethisberger. ''One of the best, maybe the best wide receiver corps in the league, best 1-2 punch at running back in the league, good tight ends, best offensive line in the league, up there, ... a ton of...
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Tom Brady weighs in on sideline tablet debate

FOXBORO, Mass. — Bill Belichick’s thoughts on Microsoft Surface tablets became national news Tuesday when the New England Patriots coach announced he no longer would be using them during games. One day later, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was asked to weigh in on the issue. TB12’s take: The tablets are cool and all, but he prefers to trust his own two eyes. “I’ve never...
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Bill Belichick swears off sideline tablets in epic rant

Bill Belichick opened his Tuesday morning conference call by announcing the birth of his first grandchild. So, as newly minted grandpa, it made sense that the New England Patriots coach ended the call with a nearly five-and-a-half-minute-long rant about his disdain for new technology. Asked about a report that the Patriots’ headsets had malfunctioned during Sunday’s win over...
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Patriots’ headsets reportedly went down against Bengals

The New England Patriots were up to their old tricks again on Sunday, this time sabotaging their own headset communications during their game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Tom E. Curran of reports that the Patriots had to resort to “old school” play-calling methods after they had some technical difficulties with their electronic equipment. Offensive coordinator Josh...
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Martellus Bennett: Vontaze Burfict apologized for low hit

Vontaze Burfict has a reputation for being a dirty player, so it’s no surprise that one of his low hits had him in the middle of a controversy. But at least this time he is apologizing. During the New England Patriots-Cincinnati Bengals game on Sunday, Burfict went low with a dive at the back of Bennett’s knees when the Pats tight end was waiting for a pass (video here). Given...
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New England Patriots: Week 5 AFC East update

Before week six of the NFL season kicks off, the Patriots are once again at the top of the ACF East division.  Here is the update on the other three teams in the AFC East: Buffalo Bills The Buffalo Bills have been rolling in the past few weeks, winning their last three games.  Their most recent victory was against the Los Angeles Rams, where their defense helped push them to...
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Tyler Eifert ruled out of Sunday’s game against Patriots

In what may become a rallying cry against the Pro Bowl, Bengals star tight end Tyler Eifert is ruled out for Sunday’s tilt against the New England Patriots. Bengals TE Tyler Eifert out again Sunday. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 14, 2016 He tried to make his way back but unfortunately suffered a back injury, which is the current reason for...
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Jason Witten blows off Martellus Bennett’s critical comments

To say that Jason Witten isn’t overly concerned about getting slammed recently by former Dallas Cowboys teammate Martellus Bennett might be an understatement. The Cowboys veteran tight end was blasted by the current New England Patriots player. The accusation was that Witten never talked to his younger teammate. This resulted in Bennett, who played four seasons with the Cowboys...
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