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It's not unusual for quarterbacks and offensive coordinators to go at it on the sidelines when things aren't going well. Tom Brady famously went off on former New England Patriots offensive coordinator and current Penn State head coach Bill O'Brien in D…Share Tweet
Buffalo Bills coach Chan Gailey questioned his players' mental toughness on Monday, a day after the team's embarrassing -- and near-historic -- second-half collapse against the New England Patriots.Share Tweetbuffalobills.com Oct 1, 2012Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick expressed some concern about the loss to the Patriots lingering after seeing a 14-point lead vanish quickly. Head coach Chan Gailey said he’ll make sure it’s not an issue. “It’s not (going to linger) because I’m not goiShare Tweetprofootballtalk.com Oct 1, 2012The Titans got the results of the MRI performed on quarterback Jake Locker’s left, non-throwing shoulder on Monday and they’ll be familiar to anyone who was paying attention when Locker hurt the same shoulder against the Patriots. Jim Wyatt of the TenShare Tweetdeadspin.com Oct 1, 2012We've already alerted you to the awesomeness of this photo, but we also think that it could used to create something even greater. That's where you, your twisted sense of humor, and your mean Photoshop skills come in.Share Tweetdeadspin.com Oct 1, 2012When Wes Welker didn't sign a long-term contract with the Patriots and instead signed a $9.5 million franchise tag, sportswriters found their new go-to sidebar: "Is Wes Welker being phased out of the Patriots' offense because he wouldn't commit lon…Share Tweet
QBR: Brady shines, Sanchez flopsThe AFC East didn't perform well in Week 4. The teams went a combined 1-3 and we now have a three-way tie for first place in the division. The record was reflected in most of the quarterback performances. Tom Brady of the New England Patriots was the on…Share TweetBills head coach Chan Gailey provided an update on the prognosis of the two starting offensive linemen he lost in the Week 4 defeat to the Patriots Sunday. Both players left the game with ankle injuries and Gailey gave an estimate on how long both would…Share Tweet
BDC 10/1: Bills vs. Patriots Recapbuffalobills.com Oct 1, 2012DAILY REPORT —The Buffalo Bills’ record fell to 2-2 after being defeated by the New England Patriots 52-28 at Ralph Wilson Stadium in front of a sold-out crowd. Buffalo carried a 14-7 lead into halftime after TE Scott Chandler and QB Ryan FitzpatrickShare Tweet
Seven-step drop: Patriots' second weaponHere are seven notes and observations on Week 4 in the AFC East: I liked how the Patriots stashed rookie free-agent running back Brandon Bolden on the roster. Starting tailback Stevan Ridley and backup Shane Vereen were garnering all of the headlines in…Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Oct 1, 2012A good day for TE Scott Chandler can’t overshadow an ugly day for the Bills. CB Sean Smith had one of his best individual performances during the Dolphins loss. Early drops and a fumble gave way to a productive afternoon for Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski.Share Tweetpatriotsgab.com Oct 1, 2012Like a tornado that you never saw coming, the Patriots offense Sunday woke up out of a deep sleep, and there was nothing that Buffalo could do about it. The result — a 52-28 beating that cements again just who is the top team to beat in the AFC East. ThShare Tweet
E:60 - Shopping With GronkOct 1Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski has a larger than life appetite for fun, and as Jeremy Schaap discovered a trip to the grocery store with Gronk is an experience not to be missed.
Countdown Daily Hot Topics: Week 4Oct 1Antonio Pierce answers your facebook questions
New England Patriots running back Stevan Ridley joins 'NFL AM'Oct 1New England Patriots running back Stevan Ridley joins "NFL AM" to discuss Sunday's big win over Buffalo, head coach Bill Belichick, and Week 5 against Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos.
'Scout's Eye': New England Patriots dominate Buffalo Bills on the groundOct 1NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah breaks down why the New England Patriots found so much success in the running game Sunday against the Buffalo Bills.