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New England Patriots Links 10/03/14 - Players Share Sense of Urgency

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Daily News and Links for 10/03/14

Let's hope we see more of this Sunday night
Let's hope we see more of this Sunday night
Mike Ehrmann

TEAM TALK

LOCAL LINKS

  • Mike Petraglia says the Bengals now have an opportunity to show that they've not only caught up to the Patriots, but surpassed them.
  • Jeff Howe believes it’s time for Josh McDaniels to put his group in a better position to succeed.
  • Lee Schechter wonders if Revis will match up with A.J. Green.
  • Karen Guregian reports Danny Amendola did have surgery this offseason to repair the torn groin muscle, but he doesn't want to use that as an excuse.
  • Doug Kyed notes Tom Brady is spending more time with the O-linemen at practice.
  • Ron Borges didn't like the way Solder, Vollmer and Stork did nothing but watch as Edelman was piled on by 3 Chiefs D-linemen after Hali's strip-sack of Brady.
  • Doug Kyed details why Tom Brady is not entirely to blame for the offense's growing issues.
  • Chad Finn writes this isn't the end for Brady, but we do know how the vengeful media will treat it when it happens.
  • Adam Kaufman notes ESPN Insider Sam Monson isn't above saying, "I told you so" after Brady's statistically-miserable start to the season.
  • Eric Wilbur continues his week-long pile-on of Tom Brady, with today's episode suggesting the Patriots trade him now.
  • Mike Reiss posts the transcript of his online Patriots chat. /Terrific insight as usual.
  • Jeff Howe Patriots Notebook: There are 12 million reasons to unleash Darrelle Revis on A.J. Green; Jimmy Garoppolo's debut was overshadowed by the blowout loss, but the equipment manager saved his first NFL TD game ball for him; Chandler Jones was wearing a protective harness for his shoulder at practice.
  • Jim Lazar says 'the Pats are 2-2. Brady can’t quarterback no more, Belichick can’t coach no more, the offensive line can’t do nothing." and makes his Week 5 picks. Pats 23-16.

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