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New England Patriots Are Wary of the Depleted Pittsburgh Steelers

Even without quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, the 4-2 Steelers are likely to test the 5-1 Patriots.

Five things the Pittsburgh Steelers must do to beat the New England Patriots

1 of 6 | NEXT » The Pittsburgh Steelers vs New England Patriots game was supposed to be a clash between giants for AFC supremacy.  While the game still has potential ramifications down the road (such as a playoff tiebreaker), it lost...Show More Summary

Bill Belichick: Damn Those Microsoft Surfaces, Let Me Use My Tattered Yellow Legal Pad And An Unsharpened Pencil

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Bill Belichick: Damn Those Microsoft... New England Patriot’s head coach Bill Belichick was caught on camera chucking one of his NFL-issued Microsoft tablets onto the ground because he'd rather use his old yellow legal pad and unsharpened...Show More Summary

Patriots’ Coach Bill Belichick : Surface Tablets :: Some Doctors : EMR Systems

I saw this article the other day on Deadspin, one of my favorite non-Lean blogs/sites. Bill Belichick, head coach of the New England Patriots, got really frustrated with an NFL-provided Microsoft Surface tablet. As with many technology issues, it wasn’t the first time he experienced a problem. If you click through to the article, you’ll […]

Patriots vs. Steelers odds: Pittsburgh set as Week 7 home underdog against New England

The Pittsburgh Steelers will be without Ben Roethlisberger when they host the New England Patriots as betting underdogs on Sunday afternoon. The Pittsburgh Steelers are 10-5 straight up and 11-2-2 against the spread in their last 15 games as a home underdog. Show More Summary

NFL Coach: I’m Done With Tablets

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick says he’s done using tablets at pitchside. He’ll be returning to using paper to plan plays, saying the tech is too unreliable Speaking on a conference call, Belichick discussed the use of technology in the game. Show More Summary

Report: Vontaze Burfict Fined $75K For Stomping on LeGarrette Blount’s Leg

According to Zac Jackson of Pro Football Talk, Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict has been fined $75,000 for stomping on the leg of New England Patriots running back LeGarrette Blount during Sunday’s game in Foxborough. Per league source, NFL fines Vontaze Burfict 75k for stomp on L Blount. Burfict feels he didn’t stomp and will […]

Dez Bryant said he sliced finger cutting carrots in 'extremely minor' injury

Athletes cutting their hands open is such a weird, unexpected 2016 development, even if it’s been happening for years in sports. Just not as typically often as this year, we assume. Back in August, New England Patriots quarterback Tom...Show More Summary

Patriots Coach Ditches Microsoft’s Surface Pro for Paper

New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick probably has 99 problems, but a tablet ain’t one. At least not anymore because he’s done with the Surface Pro. You’d think a conference call with […]

Vontaze Burfict Fined, Avoids Suspension for Stomping LeGarrette Blount

Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict was not suspended for stomping New England Patriots running back LeGarrette Blount on Sunday, but he did get hit with a $75,000 fine. Zac Jackson of Pro Football Talk first reported the penalty Wednesday, and he added that Burfict will appeal because the defender does not believe he stomped on Blount. Show More Summary

Bengals reportedly aren’t expecting a Vontaze Burfict suspension

The Cincinnati Bengals are not expecting the NFL to suspend linebacker Vontaze Burfict for his antics in Sunday’s game against the New England Patriots, according to ESPN. Burfict appeared to step on running back LeGarrette Blount’s leg after he scored a touchdown Sunday, but ESPN’s Ed Werder reported that a league source deemed video replays […]

Microsoft defend NFL Surface tablets in official statement

Bill Belichick, New England Patriots coach, yesterday undid millions in Microsoft marketing by very publicly dumping Microsoft’s Surface tablets, despite most of the complaints appearing to be about connectivity issues in the stadiums where the tablets operate. Show More Summary

Bill Belichick is done with the NFL's Microsoft Surface tablets

PUGET SOUND — Football fans have seen Bill Belichick smash his Microsoft Surface tablet on the sidelines. Now the New England Patriots head coach says he's giving up the NFL-issued mobile device and going back to old-fashioned paper-and-ink photos when calling plays. "I'm done with the tablets. Show More Summary

New England Patriots vs. Pittsburgh Steelers Betting Odds, Analysis, NFL Pick

The New England Patriots (5-1) will be looking to defeat the Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2) for the 10th time in 13 meetings this Sunday when they visit Heinz Field as increasing road favorites. In a game that was supposed to feature twoShow More Summary

New England Patriot’s coach is done with Microsoft’s “unreliable” Surface tablets

Microsoft’s Surface devices are good at many things, but reliability is not one of their strongest suits. This was illustrated ever so clearly by the Surface NFL debacle over the past year, with the tablet being blamed for failing due to internet connectivity issues and other miscellaneous issues (rightly or wrongly). Those issues havge taken their toll […]

Patriots coach Bill Belichick has had it with Microsoft Surface tablets

The Microsoft Surface has defeated New Englands Patriots coach Bill Belichick. In an unusually longwinded rant to reporters Tuesday, Belichick declared that he will abandon his device — the official tablet of the NFL — in favor of pen...Show More Summary

Bill Belichick is done using the NFL’s Microsoft Surface tablet he hates so much

Bill Belichick, head coach of the New England Patriots, really hates the Microsoft Surface tablet. Belichick hates these tablets so much he’s even thrown them at things before. These are the tablets provided by Microsoft that the NFL arranged for teams to use on the sideline during games. Show More Summary

Bill Belichick spent five good minutes on why he’s done with NFL’s sideline tablets

The New England Patriots’ coaches had a whole lot of tech issues on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. According to Tom E. Curran of CSN New England, coordinators Josh McDaniels and Matt Patricia resorted to hand signals after the coach-player communication system at Gillette Stadium failed (other teams have complained about it in the past) […]

Bill Belichick fed up with Microsoft Surface: 'I'm done with the tablets'

You’ve know you’ve struck a chord with New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick when he takes more than five minutes to answer a single question. The topic that got him all riled up on Tuesday? Tablets. It appears Belichick is ready to chuck his Microsoft Surface into the junk drawer. Show More Summary

Bill Belichick: ‘I’m Done With the Tablets’

New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick on why he’s giving up on the NFL’s Microsoft Surface tablets and going back to paper. “Long answer to a short question, sorry.” Apple’s deal to put iPads in MLB dugouts seems to be going better than Microsoft’s deal to put Surfaces on NFL sidelines. ?

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