- Game Preview: Patriots vs. Redskins - Broadcast info, series history, team connections and which players to watch for.
- Erik Scalavino shares the buzz from Tuesday at Gillette: Dane Fletcher and Chris Jones resume practicing.
- Paul Perillo tackles this week's Ask PFW Mailbag: Sizing up the defense.
- PFW in Progress Recap 11/3: Miami recap; Trade deadline looms.
- Patriots Today - Press Pass: Patriots on Redskins. (2.08 min. video)
- Suite Talkin' - Miranda Mason tackles your questions on the how the 7-0 Patriots will fare against the 3-4 Redskins on Sunday. (2.05 min. video)
- NFL HQ (NFL.com) Who is the 2015 AFC Midseason MVP? (3.50 min. video)
- Photos - Celebrating the birthday of Brandon LaFell with some awesome photos.
- Ben Volin gives us the skinny on the 'Skins, and what the Patriots can expect this Sunday.
- Mike Reiss notes that as Josh McDaniels talks up the Redskins' success at stripping the ball, the Patriots have an NFL-low three turnovers (one interception, two lost fumbles).
- Mike Petraglia hears the Patriots play up the respect card with the Redskins: "You never overlook anybody."
- Kevin Duffy points out how Tom Brady and the offense have been shredding everyone, particularly in the empty formation.
- Christopher Price believes that despite the fact that the Pats didn't make any trades, they'll still get help down the stretch.
- Karen Guregian was a little disappointed the trade deadline passed without the Patriots shoring up at CB, but adds that at 7-0 that's not the worst news.
- Steve Balestrieri (PatsFans) Patriots get a boost at the deadline, despite no blockbuster deal.
- Kevin Duffy reports the trade deadline came and went without any teams making a move.
- Mike Reiss takes a closer look at the Patriots' 53-man roster as it stands now.
- Kerry J.Byrne explains why the numbers prove the AFC title will be determined on Nov. 29 in Denver.
- Eric Wilbur is already looking ahead to Nov. 29 when the potential 10-0 Patriots play the potential 10-0 Broncos for home-field advantage in the AFC playoffs.
- Kevin Duffy sees the Denver Broncos last-minute actions as a clear indication that they are looking at a one-year window to beat the Pats.
- Christopher Gasper details five areas that could derail the Patriots' Drive for Five.
- Doug Kyed resets the Patriots depth chart after the trade deadline.
- Karen Guregian looks at the dilemma facing the Patriots with David Andrews playing center at a high level, and Bryan Stork eligible to return from short-term IR.
- Phil Perry notes Malcolm Butler wanted to test himself vs. DeSean Jackson last year during training camp: "I asked coach to go against him. That didn't turn out too well."
- Adam Kurkjian says Alan Branch has forced opposing teams to account for him more and more.
- Mike Reiss notes Dewey McDonald had been waived by the Colts and was at the team facility ready to return to the practice squad -- until the Patriots intervened.
- Doug Kyed notes Dewey McDonald talks about the 'strange feeling' going from the Colts to the Patriots.
- Mike Reiss notes that the seven penalties on the offensive side from Thursday night got Bill Belichick's attention.
- Christopher Price tracks the Patriots penalties through 7 games.
- Karen Guregian Patriots Notebook: Malcolm Butler and the Patriots are ready for speedster DeSean Jackson's return; Belichick had given the players three days off, after playing two games in five days; DL Chris Jones and LB Dane Fletcher officially began practicing; Ross Ventrone was back, and happy to reunite with his older brother Ray; TE Michael Williams warned about the Redskins physical defensive front.
- Cameron McDonough notes that New England is the windiest home team in the NFL.
- Kerry Byrne (Football Nation) An axe to grind: ESPN stat says Aaron Rodgers outplayed Tom Brady in Week 8.
- Brian Filipiak (Inside the Pylon) Patriots team sack: It takes a village.
- Chris Wesseling (NFL.com) Next Gen Stats: Gronk a freakishly stellar specimen.
- Marc Sessler (NFL.com) Heroes & Villains: Deluxe midseason edition.
- Kevin Seifert (ESPN) Fatal flaws: How each of the NFL's 7-0 teams could lose.
- Erik Frenz (Bleacher Report) Full New England Patriots Midseason Awards.
- Doug Farrar (SI) 2015 NFL Midseason All-Overrated Team.
- Kenneth Arthur (Sports on Earth) The post-Week 8 Eliteness Rankings.
- Dave Dameshek (NFL.com) The Shek Report: Week 8. (4.10 min. video)
- Peter King (The MMQB) Andrew, meet adversity; MMQB Mailbag.
- Chris Nashawaty (SI) Bud Bowl: The novel idea that forever changed Super Bowl commercials.