- Patriots vs. Steelers at Gillette Stadium Thanksgiving Weekend.
- Ask PFW: The future status of Patriots quarterback Matt Cassel highlights this edition of Ask PFW.
- Bill Belichick's and Josh McDaniels' Tuesday Conference Calls.
- Contribute to children's coat drive on game days at Patriots Place.
- Mike Reiss details the Patriots options regarding Matt Cassel, who's given us a remarkable season that few saw coming.
- Robert Lee says there will be little margin for error against Steelers.
- John Tomase points out the Steelers own the best defense in the league, and they’ll bring it to Foxboro on Sunday.
- Steve Buckley says that Matt Light's fight wasn't too bright, especially if it leads to a suspension.
- Mike Reiss answers his mailbag, notes Sunday's broadcast tandem will again be Gregg Gumbel and Dan Dierdorf, and looks at which Pats are in the top 5 of their respective positions in AFC fan Pro Bowl voting.
- Globe Patriots Notebook: Steeler defense is No. 1 issue; Patriots' next three opponents will all have three extra days of preparation; injury updates; Cassel nominated for FedEx Air NFL Player of the Week.
Michael Felger analyzes the Miami game and hands out his Report Cards.
- John Clayton (ESPN) says that staying put might be in Cassel's best interest and wonders, can Cassel pass for 400 yards against the Steelers?
- Gregg Easterbrook (ESPN) asserts Cassel is just a temporary hero and the Pats system seems more important than Tom Brady.
- Michael Lombardi (National Football Post) praises what the Patriots and Matt Cassel have accomplished over the season.
AP Report: 5 Starters could be out for Steelers. What, only 5?
VIEW FROM PITTSBURGH
- Ed Bouchette (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette): Cassel keeps Patriots right in thick of NFL playoff race, and Parker might be out Sunday (swollen knee).
- John Harris (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review): Steelers face daunting schedule, and Steelers coach Mike Tomlin's Take.
- Bob Labriola (Steelers.com) notes the New England Patriots still have a potent offense, even without Tom Brady, but this time the Steelers can counter with a healthy defense.