- The Patriots travel to play the Seahawks in Seattle for the first time in 15 years.
- Patriots place CB Jason Webster on IR with an ankle injury.
Bill Belichick's Tuesday Conference Call.
- Ron Borges reports NFL defends hit to Welker as a legal hit, but VP of officiating Mike Pereira is glad the flag was thrown anyway. Huh?
- Mike Reiss notes third and long has become third and wrong for Pats.
- Eric McHugh focuses on the Patriots' California dreaming tour, part 2.
- Rob Bradford says losses like this underscore the need for the Patriots to draft quality defensive players.
- Mike Reiss looks at the snaps played by Patriots defenders, tells us it will be Dick Enberg and Randy Cross calling the game Sunday, points out the Pats will not lose a home game when they play in London in '09, and answers his weekly mailbag.
- Shalise Manza Young says Richard Seymour unhappy with reduced playing time, and talks about Belichick, injuries, and defense.
- Globe Patriots Notebook: Belichick respects Richard Seymour's readiness and desire to play more; the West Coast extended trip; Dan Pees calling the shots from upstairs; injury updates.
- Christopher Price talks with Heath Evans about mixing faith with football.
- Art Martone presents Dean Pees' Tuesday Conference Call transcript.
Eric McHugh dissects a defensive play gone wrong with Dean Pees.
- John Tomase (ProFootball Weekly) discusses Randy Moss and Wes Welker, an almost unstoppable receiving tandem who have forged an uncommon bond.
- Tim Graham (ESPN) gives us an AFC East update on Pro-Bowl voting.
VIEW FROM SEATTLE
- Clare Farnsworth (Seattle Post-Intellegencer) Big-play Moss is latest challenge.
- Danny O'Neil (Seattle Times) Bigger offensive lines have been trouble for Seahawks.
Scott M. Johnson (Daily Herald) Quietly Trufant having another Pro Bowl season on an island.