- Pats - Dolphins Analysis: Pats preparations paid off.
- Listen to Patriots Monday/Friday players and coach interviews.
Did Dolphins disrespect Moss? Monday Notes.
- Chris Gasper spreads the news: The Patriots offense is not limited in any way from a game planning standpoint by having Matt Cassel at quarterback instead of Tom Brady.
- Shalise Manza Young notes the Patriots defense needs to click on third down and in red zone.
- Bill Reynolds rightly points out Cassel's success proves how little we really know.
- Mike Reiss looks at the Offensive participation, Positional groupings, Defensive snapshot, and reports Belichick spreads out credit for the offense.
- Michael Felger says Cassel hasn't just been good recently; he's been un-freaking believable - or as Moss called his play, "Hell-ified."
- Tony Massarotti brings us back to earth by mentioning the Patriots secondary. They'll have to stop somebody sometime.
- Globe Patriots Notebook: NFL is reviewing fight between Matt Light and Channing Crowder; Robert Kraft was happy to have Tom Brady back working out at Gillette; Pats look ahead to physical Steelers; Stephen Gostkowski set a career high with 16 touchbacks.
- Rob Bradford notes Patriots may pay the price for their feisty fourth quarter.
- Mike Petraglia gives us Five Quick Takes from New England's seventh victory.
- John Tomase says it’s beyond obvious that Cassel has improved. While no one’s saying he’s Brady, he has come to resemble him.
Daniel Barbarisi reports Patriots expect another physical game against Steelers.
- Tim Graham (ESPN) Breaking down Matt Cassel's epic afternoon.
Larry Weisman (USA Today) Four Downs: Cassel breaking ground even Brady didn't reach.
VIEW FROM PITTSBURGH
- Gerry Dulac (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette): Steelers secondary hoping to hold its ground against Patriots.
- Matthew Burgland (Indiana, PA Gazette): Anthony Smith says Steelers will win as long as they click.
Mike Bires (Beaver County Times): Mission: Storm Pats' Cassel.
VIEW FROM MIAMI
- Almando Salguero (Miami Herald): Miami Dolphins LB Joey Porter's meltdown should not go unpunished.
- David J. Neal (Miami Herald): Miami Dolphins' gripes about Pats don't end on game day.