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New England Patriots Links 11/17/14 - Patriots Turn Red Zone Gray Against Colts, 42-20

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Daily News and Links for 11/17/14

Joe Robbins

TEAM TALK

LOCAL LINKS

  • Shalise Manza Young recaps how Jonas Gray and the Patriots ran the Colts into the ground.
  • Mike Reiss gives us his initial reaction to the Patriots smash-mouth win over the Colts and tells us what it means.
  • Mike Petraglia says these Patriots are not just beating their opponents, they're beating them up.
  • Tom E. Curran reports on another week, another AFC rival emasculated on national television.
  • Jackie MacMullan observes the Patriots, who are in control of the AFC, continue to get better.
  • Christopher Price tells us what we learned from the Patriots blowout win over the Colts: Cameron Fleming deserves more work as an extra TE.
  • Ron Borges writes 'Gray rumbled and rolled downhill like a semi with broken brakes all night long, blasting through what at times were holes wider than the Callahan Tunnel.'
  • Mike Reiss focuses Jonas Gray's power running that sparked the Patriots.
  • Jeff Howe reports even with Tom Brady not performing like Tom Brady, the Patriots still dismantled another battle-tested opponent.
  • Christopher Price calls last night 'Separation Sunday' as the Patriots seize command of the AFC.
  • David Woods reports that after two early picks, Tom Brady finished strong.
  • Karen Guregian says if you’re not convinced by now, you should be. The Patriots defense is legitimate.
  • Mike Reiss notes Darrelle Revis likes what he sees: Playing great team ball.
  • Mark Farinella notes the Patriots have now won the first three games of the six-game stretch that was seen as make-or-break.
  • Mike Reiss looks at the offensive snaps and analyzes them by position: Gronk played 63 of 73 snaps.
  • Adam Kurkjian picks his Best & Worst from Pats-Colts.
  • Mike Reiss looks at who's UP and who's Down after last night's win.
  • Jeff Howe Patriots Notebook: Rob Gronkowski scored the final TD by running through six Colts defenders before hitting the end zone; Gronk got in some heated battles with Sergio Brown; QBs are now 1-of-6 for 5 yards and an INT when targeting Revis; Devin McCourty wasn't happy with his 'dancing' 10-yard INT return; Brady fessed up he had a 'bad play' on his 2nd quarter INT.

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