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New England Patriots Links 9/28/15 - Patriots, Brady Turn Jaguars into JAGs

Daily news and links for 9/28/14

LeGarrette Blount's version of a slant route
LeGarrette Blount's version of a slant route
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  • Ben Volin Sunday Football Notes: Brady has reached a new level of Zen to start the season, throwing seven touchdowns with zero picks through two games.
  • Kevin Duffy focuses on the offense after Tom Brady and the Patriots absolutely rolled the Jaguars Sunday, hanging 51 points on the visitors.
  • Phil Perry spotlights the thunder-and-lightning combo the Patriots have in Lewis and Blount.
  • Mike Reiss looks at the way the Patriots split the workload between LeGarrette Blount and Dion Lewis on Sunday.
  • Tim Healey says the Patriots ran away with the game behind LeGarrette Blount.
  • Mark Farinella recaps yesterday's win as the Patriots rolled over the Jaguars and into their early bye week.
  • Mike Petraglia explains why the Patriots never lose games like Sunday. Ever.
  • Mike Reiss notes Tom Brady threw his 400th career regular-season touchdown pass on Sunday.
  • Jeff Howe says the Patriots were so dialed in to stuffing the Jaguars into a locker, that Amendola forgot about Brady's historic achievement.
  • Karen Guregian finds there was so much more to the Patriots beat down of the Jags that should leave the rest of the league depressed.
  • Mike Reiss is getting the sense that Tom Brady is just getting started in what has the early look of a 2007-style Patriots Vengeance Tour.
  • Christopher Price says Brady's latest milestone is another example of why Tom Brady remains the greatest quarterback ever.
  • Phil Perry says the Patriots are certain: Tom Brady is the greatest quarterback the NFL has ever seen.
  • Ryan Hannable finds that Tom Brady is not thinking about individual accolades, even after surpassing the 400 career TD mark.
  • Phil Perry notes Danny Amendola wasn't thinking about the milestone when he gave the ball to a fan in the crowd.
  • Kevin Duffy notes LeGarrette Blount has a hot take on the play of Tom Brady: "Tom is easily playing above average."
  • Mike Reiss reports Stephen Gostkowski set the NFL record for consecutive successful point-after attempts with 423.
  • Ben Volin sees the importance of the backups getting quality reps in yesterday's win.
  • Tom E. Curran hat tips the pro personnel department for giving two players who weren’t part of the team at the start of the season central roles on Sunday – CB Justin Coleman and WR Keshawn Martin.
  • Doug Kyed points out the Patriots offense was so good, Ryan Allen didn't punt.
  • Steve Balestrieri (PatsFans) Brady further cements his legacy among the greats in Patriots win over Jags.
  • Dan Shaughnessy suggests we just fast forward to Feb. 7 in Santa Clara for Super Bowl 50 because the Revenge Tour is roaring.
  • Michael Felger says the Pats haven't just been the best team in football, they've been dominant to the point of making these games non-competitive.
  • Ron Borges blames the suits in New York for making football boring. "The one-sided nature of the rules have turned football into a mockery." /Have to agree with him there.
  • Tom E. Curran reviews his Patriots-Jaguars preview to see how close he got.
  • Mike Pertraglia & Chris Price talk Tom Brady and the Patriots mauling of the Jaguars. (6.46 min. video)
  • Jerry Thornton posts a supercut of every Tom Brady Super Bowl play, and its magnificent. (55 min. video)
  • Mike Reiss looks at who's Up and who's Down after the Patriots 51-17 win over Jacksonville.
  • Phil Perry picks his Best and Worst from the Patriots on Sunday.
  • Mark Farinella posts his Hots and Nots from Sunday's 51-17 win.
  • Matthew Geagan picks his Ups and Downs after a dominating performance.
  • Dan Ventura picks his Best & Worst from Patriots-Jaguars.