Friday, August 19, 2011
Tom Brady started the game and it was the Patriots in control from the get-go as they defeated Tampa Bay on their own field 31-14 Thursday night.
Tom Brady and several other Patriots' starters played the majority of the first half against Tampa Bay on Thursday night. Chad Ochocinco also caught his first pass and touchdown in a Patriots uniform. Here's a quarter by quarter breakdown. 1st Quarter On the first series of the game, Jerod Mayo and the Patriots forced Tampa to go 3 and out. On the first offensive series, Tom Brady completed his first pass of the preseason to Wes Welker. A couple plays later, Danny Woodhead busted through the Tampa Defense on a 28 yard run. Two plays after that, Brady fired a 17 yard touchdown pass to Aaron Hernandez. It capped a 5 play, 64 yard drive for the Pats, and it took them a mere 2 minutes and 8 seconds to score on the Bucaneers. The Patriots…
Thursday, August 11, 2011
New England will be opening up the preseason against Jacksonville. Here's the parking and train information for the game.
The New England Patriots officially kick off the football season Thursday night at Gillette Stadium against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Kick off is 7:30 p.m. Patriot fans all over the country are anxiously awaiting to see how this season will play out. However, lately, the bigger question for Patriot fans is, "where will Chad Ochocinco live for the first half of the season?" If you are heading to the game tonight, parking and train information is listed below. MBTA: Round trip tickets - $15. *For the Boston Train - Because of the popularity and increased ridership on the Boston to Foxboro train, the MBTA has increased the size of the train to provide maximum seating capacity. This train will now be all “Reserved” seating ONLY. Depart: Arrive…
Friday, July 29, 2011
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An on the field report from Foxborough. The Patriots take the field for the first time in 2011, all while adding two marquee names off the field.
The stands and grass surrounding Gillette Stadium were filled with anxious and excited fans Thursday morning. Day one, practice one of the 2011 Open Training Camp was full of cheers, and meanwhile, off the field, the Patriots welcomed two new additions to the team. The first announcement came in the morning. The Patriots acquired via trade, Pro Bowl Defensive Tackle Albert Hayneswoth from the Washington Redskins for a 2013 5th round draft pick. While the deal is not finalized yet, Haynesworth must first pass a physical conditioning test, something he has failed in the past. Haynesworth has a checkered past to say the least, but given that players such as Cory Dilon, Randy Moss and others with less than perfect pasts have come to …