What a win that was for the New England Patriots on Sunday afternoon in Miami. As we Patriots fans know Miami has always been the teams personal house of horrors and even with the win there yesterday it only improved New England’s overall record in South Florida to 12-32. But it was a gratifying win as it kept the Patriots in the chase for the AFC East title and it was a much need win in the division and the conference. I will say this the Miami ship has been righted and they are for real.
Let’s start where we always do on Tuesdays and that’s with head coach Bill Belichick’s Patriots Monday visit on WEEI.
In case you want to see some highlights from the Dolphins game here is the video package from NFL.com
The win could be costly though as the NFL office is going to review the play that led to the fourth quarter fight between New England OL Matt Light and Dolphins LB Channing Crowder. Both players were ejected and you can expect at least fines if not suspensions for the punch throwing incident.
ESPN’s Tim Graham takes a look at Patriots QB Matt Cassel’s extraordinary afternoon on Sunday. Cassel became just the fifth QB since the 1970 merger to throw for back-to-back 400 yard games. He joins Billy Volek, Phil Simms, Dan Marino and Dan Fouts as the only guys to do it.
In case you missed the news the Patriots-Seahawks game has been flexed out of primetime.
Mike Reiss of the Globe has the Patriots ups and downs from the Miami game.
Rich Garvin of the Worcester Telegram and Gazetts says Randy Moss put on one hell of a show.
The Globe’s Chris Gasper says the Dolphins don’t like the Patriots and the feeling is mutual.
The Curly Haired Boyfriend says we can stop talking about Matt Cassel managing the game.
The Patriots defense was able to tame the Wildcat on Sunday afternoon.
What’s on the menu for Thanksgiving dinner? How about General Tso’s Chicken.
WEEI’s Gary Marbury takes a look at the schedule for the Patriots and some other AFC Playoff hopefuls down the stretch.
Just a reminder if you’re going to be in the area the Patriots Ladies will be having a coat drive on Friday at Patriot Place.
Don’t forget on Friday morning Sox & Dawgs gives you the most indepth game preview on the planet for Steelers-Patriots Week 12 showdown at the Razor.
The Patriots announced the try out schedule for the 2009 cheerleading squad. And girl’s stay away from the Sharpie’s.
The Patriots find themselves in second place in the AFC East as the teams head into Week 13 play. If the season ended today only the Jets would make the playoffs from the AFC East.
- 1. New York 8-3
- 2. New England 7-4
- 3. Miami 6-5
- 3. Buffalo 6-5
AFC East Week 13 games are:
- Patriots host the Steelers at the Razor.
- Jets take on the Broncos at home.
- The Dolphins travel to St. Louis to face the Rams.
- Bills entertain the 49ers in Buffalo.