Articles tagged "Patriots"
Super Bowl XLIX Stats, Facts, Trends
Super Bowl XLIX pits the dynastic New England Patriots against the budding dynasty Seattle Seahawks. Each team is led by one of the winningest QBs of all time. And each team is looking to add to some historic trends on Sunday.
Bill Belichick to Football World: Go F*ck Yourself
Bill Belichick on Saturday delivered a tour de football force, refuting critics, denying any role in DeflateGate, challenging the NFL, lecturing on physics and even referencing Mona Lisa Vito from "My Cousin Vinny" while issuing a clear statement to the rest of the football world: F*ck you.
NFL (Finally) Releases DeflateGate Statement
The NFL finally released a statement about DeflateGate around 2 p.m. Friday afternoon. Read the full text here, along with our brief analysis of another total and unnecessary NFL cluster-f*ck.
DeflateGate: Did Bill Belichick Order the Code Red?!
DeflateGate has put everyone's balls in a vice, most notably Bill Belichick's. But everyone looks bad here: Tom Brady, the NFL, league officials, even whiny Colts fans. One big question remains: Did Belichick order the Code Red?!
Final Four Proves Winning in NFL All About the Quarterback
The NFC title game pits the two top-rated passers in both regular season and postseason history, Aaron Rodgers and Russell Wilson; the AFC title game pits the winningest QB of all time, Tom Brady, against young superstar QB Andrew Luck.
AFC-NFC Championship Game Stats & Facts
Plenty of history is on the line Sunday. The two highest-rated passers in postseason history compete in the NFC championship game, while in the AFC the Colts hope to keep the Belichick-Brady Patriots from rewriting the Super Bowl record books.
Andrew Luck, Indianapolis Colts Foil Statistically Perfect Final 4
We were destined for a statistically perfect final four, pitting the most powerful teams in football according to our all-powerful Quality Stats. Then Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts upset the Denver Broncos Sunday night.
Tom Brady Now All-Time Postseason Leader In, Like, Everything
Tom Brady passed for 3 TDs and a franchise playoff record 367 yards to lead New England to a thrilling 35-31 win over the Baltimore Ravens Saturday. The future Hall of Fame QB is now the all-time postseason leader in just about everything.
Final 2014 Intelligence Index: Patriots NFL's Smartest Team; Redskins Dumbest
Smart, well-coached teams win games and win fans money. Dumb, poorly coached teams lose games and lose fans money. Dumb coaches also get canned at the end of the season. New England ended the year No. 1 on the Intelligence Index; Washington finished dead last.
Rex Ryan's Downfall: Jets The Dumbest Team in Football
Rex Ryan was cleaning out his locker Saturday morning as the axe is about to fall on his coaching career with the New York Jets. New York's 3-12 record can be blamed on one major factor: Ryan's Jets are the dumbest, most poorly coached team in football, a fact we witnessed in their 17-16 to New England last Sunday.
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