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NFL Rumors – Miami Dolphins, New York Jets, Minnesota Vikings & Dallas Cowboys Interested in Signing Stevan Ridley

Posted on 5 Apr, 2015, by in NFL

After missing more than half the season due to an ACL & MCL tear, Stevan Ridley is trying to find his way back in the NFL, hoping that interest from the Miami Dolphins, New York Jets, Minnesota Vikings and Dallas Cowboys turns into a contract. More

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New England Patriots – Tom Brady Slays the Last Undefeated Team

Posted on 6 Oct, 2014, by in NFL

Not perfect, but dominant and most importantly victorious. The New England Patriots put the rumors and criticism behind them, led by a much improved Tom Brady to beat the last of the undefeated teams in the 2014 NFL season, the Cincinnati Bengals, 43-17. More

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New England Patriots – Tom Brady Wins Being Terrible

Posted on 28 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

This really isn’t a good season for Tom Brady, but it really isn’t stopping the New England Patriots from picking up wins and sustaining their dominance in the terrible AFC East, coming back from behind once more in order to make it seem that there’s a lot more to this team than what we’re actually seeing from them on the field. More

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New England Patriots – Tom Brady Gets Lucky

Posted on 14 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

If the way to determine how close an NFL game is to measure the minutes in which the teams were separated by a score or less, than evaluating a quarterback’s performance shouldn’t depend solely on his late game heroics, meaning Tom Brady, in another disappointing display of legendary passing skills for the New England Patriots, got a little bit lucky in the surprise ending. More

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New England Patriots – Tom Brady Makes Sure It’s Not Even Close

Posted on 14 Jan, 2013, by in NFL

A lot of games come down to the simple comparison of turnovers – one quarterback makes one, the other one doesn’t. Tom Brady, becoming the all-time leader among quarterbacks with 17 career postseason wins, made sure the New England Patriots remained mistake-free. More