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New England Patriots Links 10/22/15 - Malcolm Butler Respects Revis, But He's His Own Man

Daily news and links for 10/22/15

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  • Jeff Howe finds that Malcolm Butler has heard enough about Darrelle Revis. He respects him, hopes to outplay him Sunday, but Butler is his own man.
  • Christopher Price talks about Darrelle Revis' return to Foxboro, this time with the Jets as a villain.
  • Mike Giardi writes Brady knows the Patriots will have their hands full with Darrelle Revis.
  • Erik Frenz explains how Malcolm Butler is a building block for the Patriots secondary.
  • Christopher Price points to the return of Brandon LaFell as a potential game-changer for the Patriots offense.
  • Tom E. Curran says the Jets are playing very good defense this season, but the qualifier is that they aren't doing it against very good offenses.
  • Karen Guregian believes the Jets defense will be the biggest test Brady and the Pats offense have faced this season.
  • Mike Reiss discusses Tom Brady's new weapon: a knack for extending plays with his feet.
  • Ryan Hannable reports Ryan Fitzpatrick is searching for better results against the Patriots.
  • Mike Reiss notes that in a pleasant surprise for the Patriots, Matthew Slater was present for the start of practice.
  • Bill Reynolds reviews the new book that takes you inside the Brady-Manning friendship.
  • Jeff Howe Patriots Notebook: Dominique Easley sees room for improvement, even after having his best game last week; Brandon LaFell and Bryon Stork returned to practice yesterday, the first day each was eligible;
  • Tony Massarotti writes about how Bill Belichick has burrowed more deeply into the heads of NFL coaches and officials than ever before. /Officials?.