The Cleveland Browns have started three different quarterbacks this season and this Sunday against the New England Patriots, the team might start their fourth. Brian Hoyer has been lost for the season and Brandon Weeden along with Jason Campbell have not been medically cleared to return to practice. Both quarterbacks are suffering concussion symptoms. If […]
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was in a giving mood following his team's 34-31 win over the Houston Texans on Sunday, Dec. 1, as he posed for photos with two Reliant Stadium security guards. However, those seemingly innocent...Show More Summary
Antonio Smith, Houston Texans defensive end and conspiracy theorist, didn’t like what he saw when the New England Patriots rallied in the second half for a 34-31 victory Sunday. He was deeply, deeply suspicious. “You can tell they changed their scheme in the second half. It just seems miraculous to me how they changed some […]
With another exciting week of football under our belts, here are the Lester’s Legends 2013 Week 14 fantasy football tight end rankings. 1. Rob Gronkowski, New England Patriots Rob Gronkowski has scored a touchdown in four straight games, averaging 104.8 yards per game during the stretch. Show More Summary
Survive and advance. The New England Patriots haven't looked pretty lately, but they have added to the win column in each of their last two contests and currently hold a three-game lead over the Miami Dolphins in the AFC East standings. The two 34-31 victories came against vastly different foes. Show More Summary
The Cleveland Browns' free fall continued last Sunday with an embarrassing loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Up next is a trip to Foxborough to visit the 9-3 New England Patriots. That’s not indigestion from Thanksgiving you are feeling;...Show More Summary
The Patriots, down 17-7 at the break, put up 27 points on Houston in the second half. That's been New England's M.O. recently, but Texans DE Antonio Smith thinks the turnaround was more than a little suspicious. Read more...
After the Pats fell behind 10-0, Texans DE Antonio Smith was skeptical of just how quickly New England's offense was able to adjust, calling it 'very suspicious.'
As the calendar flips to December, the New England Patriots are right where they seem to always be — gearing up for another run at the Super Bowl. While the final weeks of the season may seem like Groundhog Day for many fans — with the...Show More Summary
The AFC had its fun with a Week 12 instant classic rumble between the New England Patriots and Denver Broncos. Now it's the NFC's turn, as two of the NFL's best teams—the New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks—clash in a likely contender...Show More Summary
Tom Brady's 371 passing yards were enough for the New England Patriots to eek out a 34-31 victory over the Houston Texans. The same Texans team that scored six points against the Jacksonville Jaguars a week prior. This performance revealed...Show More Summary
Comcast SportsNet New England reporter Tom Curran is a funny guy and a natural prankster. So it's wonderfully fitting that the tables were turned on Curran following the New England Patriots' comeback victory — by the team's owner and president, of all people. Show More Summary
HOUSTON -- Sharing thoughts on the New England Patriots' 34-31 win over the Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium: What it means: This wasn't the Patriots' best effort. After two prime-time games against top teams they played down to the level of their competition against the two-win Texans in a natural letdown-type situation. Show More Summary
HOUSTON -- Thoughts from the Houston Texans' 34-31 loss to the New England Patriots at Reliant Stadium on Sunday. What it means: The Texans remain at the bottom of the league at 2-10, but showed more life on Sunday than they have in past weeks. Show More Summary
The New England Patriots came out sloppy and are having trouble against the 2-9 Houston Texans. Check back throughout the game for updated grades and analysis. Halftime New England - 7 Houston - 17 First-Half Analysis for the New England...Show More Summary
HOUSTON -- Sharing some thoughts at halftime, as the New England Patriots trail the Houston Texans, 17-7: Letdown comes into play: The Patriots are coming off two prime-time games against top teams, and they have played down to the competition against the 2-9 Texans. Show More Summary
The New England Patriots are foolproof this week, right? The Pats are coming off two intense games against the league's elite, and their solid fortnight has validated them as one of the NFL's best teams. Now, New England (8-3) is back to a 1 p.m. Show More Summary
New England Patriots running back Stevan Ridley was announced as inactive for Sunday's game, coming on the heels of three games in which he has fumbled. Earlier Sunday morning, ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter reported that the Patriots...Show More Summary
The New England Patriots will play the Houston Texans on Sunday in what should be a close game despite the Texans coming into the game on a record losing streak.
On Sunday, Dec. 1, the NFL community will bear witness to a game that many expected to have Super Bowl implications. In a rematch of the 2013 AFC Divisional Round, the 8-3 New England Patriots will hit the road to take on the astonishingly...Show More Summary