Patriots Team Headlines: Brady Releasing New Docu-Series And Belichick Planning On Staying PutThe Patriots had an extra week to prepare for their first postseason game of 2018, but they certainly didn't lack on drama.
Patriots Team Headlines: Gronk Loses Big Pay Day, Malcolm Mitchell ReturnsThe Patriots may have an extra week to get ready and prepare for their first playoff game, but the drama is still swirling around the organization.
Ray Lewis: 'Patriots And Steelers Regular Season Game Means More Than Playoff Game'Ray Lewis, Inside The NFL analyst and former NFL linebacker, explains why the AFC will come down to the Patriots and Steelers.
Massarotti: Patriots Leave Future To ChanceTrading Jimmy Garoppolo, Bill Belichick gambles that Tom Brady can stay healthy, a risky bet on a 40-year-old quarterback.
Massarotti: Who Is The NFL's Second-Best Head Coach?After Bill Belichick, no NFL head coach has really distinguished himself. The League seems to have a coaching problem.
Keidel: The Patriots Are Just FineTalk of the New England Patriots' demise was definitely premature, as their thorough beating of the New Orleans Saints shows us.
Keidel: Will The Patriots Go Undefeated?It's not clear that any NFL team can really challenge the Patriots this year... certainly no team in the AFC East.
Keidel: Patriots Dynasty In The Age Of Free AgencyWith their fifth Super Bowl title, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick's Patriots have made the most remarkable run in NFL history.
Keidel: Patriots Winning Without GronkRob Gronkowski is the Patriots' second-most indispensable player, and the team has won despite his season-ending injury.
Keidel: Ranking Bill Belichick Among Great NFL CoachesPatriots head coach, Bill Belichick, may be the greatest coach in NFL history, especially given this era of parity and free agency.
Massarotti: The Patriots' Belichick-Brady DynastyAre the New England Patriots, led by Tom Brady and Bill Belichick since 2001, the greatest dynasty in the history of sports?
Keidel: Tom Brady Should Not Win 2016 NFL MVPBrady doesn't get to miss 25 percent of the NFL season and qualify as its best player, even with the TD-Interception ratio record.