|Watch Tom Brady try to speak German in hilarious video with Sebastian Vollmer||01.18.17 at 3:35 pm ET|
With Sebastian Vollmer being out for the year, he’s had some free time on his hands.
Over the course of the year he’s done a series called “Seabass’ School of Football” where he brings different Patriots players on set and teaches them German.
This week was Tom Brady and it was pretty funny.
Tom Brady visits Seabass’ School of Football. https://t.co/R0p9VzCLxo
— Sebastian Vollmer (@SebVollmer) January 18, 2017
|Lou Merloni on OM&F: ‘There’s no way Tom Brady will be MVP’ of Super Bowl||01.18.17 at 11:57 am ET|
Love a good conspiracy theory, Patriots fans? Lou Merloni’s got one for you.
Speaking on OM&F on Wednesday, Merloni said what a lot of Patriots fans are probably thinking — the NFL is not going to let Tom Brady win the MVP of Super Bowl 51, even if the Patriots romp, because the league does not want to deal with the spectacle of commissioner Roger Goodell handing Brady the award the day after the game.
“What about the MVP trophy?” Merloni asked. “There’s no way Tom Brady will be the MVP of that game, if they win. It’ll go to Julian Edelman. It’ll go to Dion Lewis. It will go to Trey Flowers. It’ll go to Patrick Freaking Chung before it goes to Tom Brady.”
The Super Bowl MVP is voted on by a panel of 16 writers and broadcasters after the game, as well as in an online/texting vote of fans during the game. The writer/broadcaster ballots are weighted 80 percent and fans the other 20. The league does not technically have a say in the result, but after the way the league conducted itself during Deflategate, there are sure to be questions raised if Brady is not rewarded for a big game.
Of course, the Patriots must get through the Steelers first, but it’s food for thought.
|Mike Petraglia, Ryan Hannable recap historic night as Patriots clinch 6th straight AFC title appearance, Vince Wilfork’s last game||01.15.17 at 12:52 am ET|
FOXBORO — The Patriots, thanks to Dion Lewis and Julian Edelman, made some NFL playoff history Saturday night in what will likely be Vince Wilfork’s final game in the NFL. The Patriots advance to their 6th straight AFC championship with a 34-16 win over the Texans. Mike Petraglia and Ryan Hannable have the details inside Gillette Stadium.
|Photos: Patriots beat Texans, advance to 6th straight conference championship game||01.14.17 at 11:55 pm ET|
The Patriots beat the Texans 34-16 Saturday night at Gillette Stadium to advance to an NFL-record sixth straight conference championship game. Check out some photos from the game here.
For a complete breakdown of the game, click here.
|Mike Petraglia, Ryan Hannable on what Patriots could possibly have to fear Saturday||01.10.17 at 11:40 am ET|
FOXBORO — What are the Patriots most concerned about this Saturday night against Houston? Mike Petraglia and Ryan Hannable preview inside Gillette Stadium.
|Poll: Who do you want the Patriots to meet in the divisional round?||01.06.17 at 6:40 pm ET|
|Mike Petraglia, Ryan Hannable break down Patriots bye week, AFC playoffs and coaching vacancies||01.04.17 at 10:32 am ET|
FOXBORO — What will the Patriots be focused on this weekend during their bye week as they get ready for the AFC divisional playoff January 14? Mike Petraglia and Ryan Hannable set the stage inside Gillette Stadium.
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