New England Patriots Daily News and Links for 11/13/12
- Erik Scalavino shares his film study of New England's too-close-for-comfort win over Buffalo.
- The Patriots released LB Jeff Tarpinian from the 53-man roster today.
- The Patriots continue their impressive streak of plus-30 television ratings.
- Conference Call Transcripts: Bill Belichick - Jerod Mayo - Devin McCourty.
- Patriots Today - Inside the post-game locker room. (2 min. video)
- Patriots Today - Pats, fans embrace Faulk. (2.13 min. video)
- Patriots Today - Did defense save the day? (3.58 min. video)
- Patriots Today - Woodhead shines. (3.12 min. video)
- Shalise Manza Young notes four weeks after every team in the AFC East were tied at 3-3, the Patriots have regained control of the division in spite of their flaws.
- Jeff Howe writes about Jermaine Cunningham's impact as an interior pass rusher against the Bills.
- Jeff Howe examines three key plays in Cunningham's 33 snaps as an interior rusher in a four-man front.
- Mike Reiss closes the book on Patriots-Bills with a few additional thoughts.
- Mike Reiss says the Pats defense still faces questions, even after holding on to beat the Bills.
- tape of Sunday’s game and concludes that kind of defensive effort won’t be good enough to take the Patriots through the playoffs. studies the
- Tom E. Curran counts 25 missed tackles against the Bills, allowing 159 yards after contact.
- Brian MacPherson reports Aqib Talib will have to get up to speed quickly.
- Field Yates passes along some notes and observations after rewatching the game: First half and Second half.
- Chad Finn warns that the Patriots must find a way to mask their fundamental flaws against teams more capable of exploiting them than the Bills.
- Howard Ullman points out that the Patriots keep winning despite a shaky defense.
- Mike Reiss tallies the snaps played by offensive skill-position players Sunday, and analyzes what it means. Woodhead makes the most of his opportunity.
- Mike Reiss looks at the snaps played by defenders and analyzes what it means. Tavon Wilson takes a slide back.
- Field Yates & Mike Reiss note the Patriots get a roster exemption for Talib.
- Mike Reiss notes the special teams units had a good day Sunday against the Bills.
- Mike Reiss updates base vs. sub defensive stats.
- morning-after online chat. posts the transcript of his
- Christopher Price highlights Andrew Luck's Q&A with the media. Luck is excited for the opportunity to take part in the Pats-Colts rivalry.
- Christopher Price offers a statistical comparison of the 2011 and 2012 Patriots offense through nine games.
- Christopher Price takes a look at the Patriots coming off the bye under Bill Belichick.
- Mike Rodak looks at the salaries of the Patriots practice squad players.
- Jeff Howe Patriots Notebook: Aqib Talib met with Bill Belichick yesterday at Gillette; Bills players weren't happy with Brandon Spikes; Mayo & McCourty just ignored the noise from Buffalo; Pats released LB Jeff Tarpinian yesterday. He's a candidate for the practice squad if he clears waivers.
- Mike Rodak issues his Week 10 Patriots Report Card.
- Ron Borges grades the Patriots in his Week 10 Report Card. Pats are what they're going to be.
- James Walker (ESPN) Seven-step drop: Aqib Talib's impact.
- Bucky Gleason (Buffalo News) Gailey's play call is why Bills lost.
- Kevin Fishbain (Pro Football Weekly) AFC East spin cycle: Patriots survive; Dolphins, Jets fall flat.
- Michael David Smith (ProFootballTalk) Tom Brady takes a shot at the Jets for cutting Danny Woodhead.
- Judy Battista (NY Times) In an NFL season, it's never the start that matters.
- Brian Billick (Fox Sports) Focus on tight ends only growing.
- Adam Rank (NFL.com) Week 10 - The unexpected (and expected): Watch the fake! Stevan Ridley's TD dance included.
- Gallery (NFL.com) Top 10 photos of Week 10. Gronkowski and Ridley included.
- John Clayton (ESPN) Week 10: Tie is biggest surprise.
- Pat Kirwan (CBS Sports) Sunday six: Painful week for QBs, great week for TEs.
- Mike Florio (ProFootballTalk) Replay assistants finally come under scrutiny.