Saturday, October 29, 2016

W2W4: New England Patriots (6-1) Offense vs Buffalo Bills (4-3) Defense

Part one of W2W4 (What to Watch For) this Sunday as the 6-1 New England Patriots take on the 4-3 Buffalo Bills.

The Patriots are looking to avenge their only loss of the season.
Can Rex Ryan and the Bills slow the potent Patriots offense with Tom Brady back at quarterback? How can the Bills defend all the weapons the Patriots have in their passing attack? Will LeGarrette Blount find space to run against the Bills defensive front?

Part one of W2W4 is all about the Patriots' offense versus the Bills' defense.W2W4: New England Patriots (6-1) Offense vs Buffalo Bills (4-3) Defense

Sunday, October 23, 2016

W2W4: New England Patriots (5-1) Rushing Defense vs Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2) Rushing Offense

Part four of W2W4 (What to Watch For) this Sunday as the 5-1 New England Patriots take on the 4-2 Pittsburgh Steelers. 


Can the Steelers rushing attack keep up with Tom Brady and the Patriots' dynamic offense? How do the Patriots defend Le'Veon Bell? Who from the New England front seven has to step up and slow the Steelers ground game? All these questions (and more!) are answered in the most in-depth Patriots preview and the most complete W2W4 piece you will find in the New England Patriots mediaverse this morning. Part four is all about the Patriots' rushing defense versus the Steelers' strong rushing offense.



W2W4: New England Patriots (5-1) Rushing Defense vs Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2) Rushing Offense

W2W4: New England Patriots (5-1) Passing Defense vs Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2) Passing Offense

Part three of W2W4 (What to Watch For) this Sunday as the 5-1 New England Patriots take on the 4-2 Pittsburgh Steelers.

Can the Steelers passing attack keep up with Tom Brady with Big Ben Roethlisberger out with a knee injury? How do the Patriots defend Antonio Brown? Can the Patriots keep Le'Veon Bell from hurting them as a receiver out of the backfield? How does the New England secondary take away deep passes downfield by Landry Jones? All these questions (and more!) are answered in the most in-depth Patriots preview and the most complete W2W4 piece you will find in the New England Patriots mediaverse this morning. Part three is all about the Patriots' passing defense versus the Steelers' explosive passing offense.

W2W4: New England Patriots (5-1) Passing Defense vs Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2) Passing Offense

W2W4: New England Patriots (5-1) Rushing Offense vs Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2) Rushing Defense

Part two of W2W4 (What to Watch For) this Sunday as the 5-1 New England Patriots take on the 4-2 Pittsburgh Steelers.

Can the Steelers slow the New England rushing offense? How do they defend LeGarrette Blount? Can the Steelers afford to sleep on James White? All these questions (and more!) are answered in the most in-depth Patriots preview and the most complete W2W4 piece you will find in the New England Patriots mediaverse this morning. Part two is all about the Patriots' rushing attack versus the Steelers' rush defense.

W2W4: New England Patriots (5-1) Rushing Offense vs Pittsburgh Steelers (4-2) Rushing Defense

Sunday, October 16, 2016

MusketFire.com: W2W4 (What to watch for) Week 6: New England Patriots vs. Cincinnati Bengals



Can the Patriots slow down the Bengals passing attack this afternoon? Who will cover A.J. Green. Can they carry over their strong run defense from last week? Speaking of running the ball, can the Patriots get LeGarrette Blount back on track? And how will Tom Brady do in his first game back in Foxboro this year? All these questions (and more!) are answered in the most in-depth Patriots preview and the most complete W2W4 piece you will find in the New England Patriots mediaverse this morning:What to watch for Week 6: New England Patriots vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Sunday, October 09, 2016

MusketFire: W2W4: New England Patriots (3-1) at Cleveland Browns (0-4)

The New England Patriots welcome back quarterback Tom Brady as they get ready to face the 0-4 Cleveland Browns. For the Patriots, will the passing game improve with the return of Brady? Are Gronkowski and Edelman healthy enough to contribute? Will LeGarrette Blount and the running game suffer with Brady back? How about the defense> Are they ready for rookie quarterback Cody Kessler and emerging star Terrelle Pryor at wide receiver? How about the front seven on defense taking  on the Browns' #1 rated rushing attack? Is it a trap game for the Patriots on the road in Cleveland? All these questions (and more!) are answered in the most in-depth Patriots preview and the most complete W2W4 piece you will find in the New England Patriots mediaverse this morning: W2W4: New England Patriots (3-1) at Cleveland Browns (0-4)

Sunday, October 02, 2016

New England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills: Week 4 W2W4

The New England Patriots welcome the Buffalo Bills to Foxboro on Sunday afternoon for their week four AFC East match-up. Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and the NFL's leading rusher LeGarrette Blount will take on Rex Ryan's defense which is fresh off of shutting down the Arizona Cardinals in week three. How do the Patriots get their passing and rushing attack in gear versus the Bills? Can the Patriots' defense slow down the dual rushing threat of running back LeSean McCoy and mobile quarterback Tyrod Taylor? 

Read on for the most complete W2W4 (What to Watch for) piece you will find on the New England Patriots mediaverse this morning: New  England Patriots vs. Buffalo Bills: Week 4 W2W4

Scout.com: New England Patriots have Four Roster Issues which could Derail their Super Bowl Hopes in 2017

The New England Patriots have four roster issues which could derail their Super Bowl hopes in 2017. Can they survive an injury at quarterbac...