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Logan Mankins, Chandler Jones out for Patriots
profootballtalk.com Updated Nov 30, 2012
It will be another week without guard Logan Mankins and defensive end Chandler Jones for the Patriots. Both players were ruled out, along with tight end Rob Gronkowski, on the team’s Friday injury report. There’s not much surprise in either case. MankShare Tweet
Drew Brees threw at least one touchdown pass in 54 straight games which is an NFL record but Brees had it snapped in last night’s horrific game for the Superbowl MVP and his Saints. Brady is now the active leader in consecutive games with at least a toShare Tweet
Tom Brady Wears An OSU JerseyTom Brady played for Michigan in college and his former Patriot teammate linebacker Mike Vrabel played for Ohio State University. The two made a bet on which team would win last Saturday’s game and Tom Brady lost that bet as his Alma Mater lost to OSUShare TweetESPN.com Nov 30, 2012The final injury reports are out for Week 13 in the AFC East. Let’s take a look at who is expected to play and sit this weekend. New England Patriots (8-3) at Miami Dolphins (5-6), Sunday at 1 p.m. ET Patriots: The Patriots have masterfully overcome injShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 30, 2012Bills QB Tarvaris Jackson says it has been a frustrating season. The Dolphins credit a spirited practice last week with getting the running game going. Patriots DT Vince Wilfork said that the team plans to keep getting better as the year unfolds. Said J…Share Tweet
The Patriots Are Preapring For Miami By HydratingThe Patriots have been preparing all week to travel to Miami to vs division foes the Miami Dolphins. New England practiced in extreme cold weather back to back days. Known for preparing his team to face anything in the game Bill Belichick is even prepar…Share Tweet
NFL Kickoff OT: Week 13 PredictionsNov 30NFL Live makes their predictions for Week 13's key matchups.
'Playbook': New England Patriots vs. Miami DolphinsNov 30Will the New England Patriots be able to win and clinch the division on Sunday? Our experts explain why the Patriots' success may come down to their defense.