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ESPN says it didn’t mean to troll Patriots with bizarre emoji tweet

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For better or worse, ESPN has really gotten into the emoji game lately. Not only has the network introduced emoji recaps of NFL games on its programming, but during the New England Patriots’ 20-13 victory over the Buffalo Bills on Monday, ESPN’s “SportsCenter” account tweeted a bunch emojis of video cameras on footballs. Show More Summary

Terrell Owens Says He'd be Interested in Working Out for Patriots

Despite having been out of the league for three years, Terrell Owens isn't ready to give up on a return to the NFL. "Would I be open to it? Considering an organization like the [New England] Patriots? Yes," said Owens on Wednesday, per Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe. Show More Summary

Ray Lewis, ESPN analyst, gave Bills pep talk before they played Patriots

Buffalo Bills coach Rex Ryan brought in one of his former players, a legend of the game, to give a pep talk to his team before it played the New England Patriots on Monday night. That's not uncommon. But then the Bills inspirational speaker, Ray Lewis, was on the ESPN set the next night talking about the game. Show More Summary

NFL Power Rankings: Week 12 Conference Standings and Latest Super Bowl Odds

The pre -Thanksgiving Super Bowl outlook is rather basic if told by Las Vegas—Tom Brady and the New England Patriots will host somebody from the NFC. It might be Cam Newton's Carolina Panthers despite the stunning lack of weapons around him. Show More Summary

Biggest Takeaways from New England Patriots' Week 11 Win

The New England Patriots are 10-0. The only undefeated team left in the conference, the Patriots are on the fast track to the No. 1 seed in the playoffs. Much like the 2007 team, though, the Patriots are starting to hit some turbulence in the second half of the season. Show More Summary

How Tom Brady is making Jon Anik drop Brian Stann's 'Greatest Living American' tag

UFC play-by-play man Jon Anik has long used the tag of “The Greatest Living American” to describe broadcast booth partner Brian Stann. But that may be coming to an end thanks to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.Filed under: News, UFC

NFL Picks Week 12: Bleacher Report's Expert Consensus Picks

Things are starting to sort themselves out in the National Football League. We know some things for certain. The 10-0 New England Patriots are good. So are the equally undefeated Carolina Panthers, the 7-3 Green Bay Packers and the 8-2 Arizona Cardinals. However, for each thing we know there are two we don't. Show More Summary

NFL Power Rankings: B/R's Expert Consensus Standings Heading into Week 12

It's Cam Newton's world, and everyone is just living in it. Newton and his Carolina Panthers are now 10-0 and clearly the NFC's best team. Meanwhile, their AFC counterpart, the New England Patriots, also captured their 10th win in 10 tries. Show More Summary

Can The New England Patriots Repeat Their Magical 2007 Season?

The New England Patriots are still undefeated. They just keep rolling along and taking out the next victim, like some crazed cyborg on a seek-and-destroy mission. Maybe Tom Brady is half man and half machine. But how long can the Patriots keep up the pace? The injuries are starting to pile up. Show More Summary

POWER RANKINGS: Perfect Patriots and Panthers Remain 1-2

The New England Patriots and the Carolina Panthers remained the league's only unbeaten teams going into Week 12.

Report: Amendola has knee sprain, not expected to miss extended time

The Patriots saw two wide receivers leave Monday night’s victory with injuries and early indications are that Danny Amendola has a better chance of playing this week than Aaron Dobson. Tom Curran of CSN New England reports that Amendola suffered a knee sprain against the Bills that is not expected to keep him out for…

Ray Lewis would take Rex Ryan over Bill Belichick as coach 'all day'

As we all know, New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick can be as prickly as a cactus - and as huggable as one as well. But if you can set aside your feelings for Belichick the person, there's no denying that Belichick the coach is one of the best to ever pace an NFL sideline. Show More Summary

Did ESPN Troll the Patriots With Spygate/DeflateGate Emoji Tweet Following MNF?

After beating the Buffalo Bills on Monday Night Football, 20-13, the New England Patriots refused to send one of their players to take part in the post-game interview with ESPN’s MNF crew. This probably irked the people at “The Worldwide Leader in Sports,” so they seemingly did what any angry party with a twitter account would […]

Nate Silver gives only 6 teams a legit shot to win the Super Bowl

After 11 weeks of the NFL season, the New England Patriots are an overwhelming heavy favorite to win the Super Bowl, and only five other teams have a legit shot to beat them. Using Nate Silver's "2015 NFL Predictions," a model that rates...Show More Summary

Mike Tirico and SportsCenter weren’t happy over officiating on Monday Night Football

The Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots game on Monday Night Football certainly wasn’t aesthetically pleasing. In a season where games have been poorly played and there have been strange officiating calls, add the Bills-Pats game to the mix. Show More Summary

Patriots and Panthers Are 10-0, but Similarities End There

The defending champion New England Patriots are viewed as the team to beat, while respect is hard to come by for the undefeated Carolina Panthers.

New England Patriots vs. Denver Broncos: Betting Odds, Analysis, NFL Pick

According to Andrew Mason of the team's official website, the Denver Broncos (8-2) will stick with Brock Osweiler as their starting quarterback over the injured Peyton Manning as they host the unbeaten New England Patriots (10-0) inShow More Summary

Referee Gene Steratore's answer for final play in Bills-Patriots is guff

Monday night's game between the Buffalo Bills and New England Patriots was a poorly officiated mess. If we can call out coaches, players and even TV analysts, then why should referees be above reproach? They shouldn't. And when theyShow More Summary

The Patriots' road to a perfect season starts in the AFC East

New England has now won 28 of its last 32 games against Buffalo. It's a big part of the reason Bill Belichick's team has now rattled off 13 seasons with at least 10 wins and is eyeing a second 16-0 run. FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - It's like pulling a lever and watching coins roll. Show More Summary

Patriots Screwed By Inadvertent Whistle Against Bills

Unfortunately the New England Patriots were on the wrong end of an inadvertent whistle. The officiating controversy took place during the Monday Night Football game between the Patriots and the Bills. During the third quarter the official blew his whistle to stop the play and no one knew why. Show More Summary

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