With two Super Bowl victories in three years and 14 of the last 16 AFC East titles (including eight consecutive), the Patriots remain the cream of their division. However, the Miami Dolphins (a playoff team last year), the New York Jets (double-digit victories in 2015), and the Buffalo Bills (in the playoff hunt the past three seasons) have not sat quietly. But have they done enough to end the New England Patriots’ stranglehold on the AFC East? Can they end the eight year run of consecutive AFC East championships? Is there a legitimate contender to the Patriots in the AFC East this season? Let’s check-in on the competition in the AFC East and catch-up with what each team has done to try and catch the Patriots in 2017.
New England Patriots: Can Any AFC East Team Challenge New England?
Sunday, March 26, 2017
Tuesday, March 21, 2017
The New England Patriots have made a number of moves in free agency and via trades to improve their Super Bowl championship roster. However, there is still work to do be done before next season begins. After all the moves so far this offseason, the Patriots are still in the market for a lead running back, interior offensive line help, possibly a backup quarterback, cornerback depth, and an edge rusher. Resetting the New England Patriots’ post-free agency needs - Cover32
Friday, March 17, 2017
The New England Patriots have taken the Bill Belichick creed of "No Days Off" to heart this offseason re-upping key players on defense and adding key players in free agency and via trade to upgrade a team coming off a Super Bowl victory. Here is a recap of all the moves made, who was allowed to leave, and what's next.New England Patriots: Reviewing the Offseason Moves
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