|Mike Petraglia and Chris Price break down the Patriots playoff win over the Texans||01.13.13 at 10:06 pm ET|
FOXBORO — WEEI.com Patriots reporters Mike Petraglia and Chris Price break down the Patriots’ 41-28 win over the Texans in Sunday’s AFC divisional game at Gillette Stadium.
|Quick Hits: Mike Petraglia, Chris Price break down Patriots’ 28-0 win over Dolphins||12.30.12 at 8:57 pm ET|
FOXBORO — Mike Petraglia and Chris Price break down the Patriots’ 28-0 win over the Dolphins that clinched a first-round bye in the AFC playoffs.
|Chris Price breaks down what this Patriots romp means in the AFC East||11.23.12 at 1:14 am ET|
EAST RUTHERFORD — WEEI.com’s Chris Price breaks down the Patriots’ 49-19 rout of the Jets on Thanksgiving night at MetLife Stadium. With the win, Price says the AFC East is all but in the possession of the Patriots.
|Chris Price and Mike Petraglia have the Quick Hits from Patriots rout of the Colts||11.18.12 at 9:36 pm ET|
FOXBORO — WEEI.com writers Mike Petraglia and Chris Price break down the Patriots’ 59-24 rout of Andrew Luck and the Indianapolis Colts Sunday afternoon at Gillette Stadium. Julian Edelman returned a punt for a touchdown caught another pass for a touchdown and Rob Gronkowski caught two touchdown passes as the Patriots improved to 7-3 on the season. Next up, the New York Jets Thanksgiving night at MetLife Stadium.
After the game, it was reported by several outlets that Gronkowski suffered a broken forearm on New England’s eighth and final extra point of the day.
He was not available to reporters afterward and was taken for x-rays to confirm the initial diagnosis of a break.
|Logan Mankins talks penalties, and take a little shot at yours truly||11.17.11 at 12:42 pm ET|
FOXBORO — Logan Mankins is one of the best quotes in the Patriots locker room. Unvarnished and unfiltered, he never fails to say what’s on his mind. And when he met the media on Thursday in the media workroom at Gillette Stadium, the veteran offensive lineman didn’t disappoint, especially when it came to talking about penalties.
“It’s been pretty good, except for the penalties. That’s kind of irritating. And then there’s been a couple of other plays I wish I could do over,” he said. “The false starts, they’re something that shouldn’t happen. But they have happened, and hopefully, I won’t have any more of those.”
Through nine games, he’s been flagged for the most penalties on the team (six penalties, including two offensive holding calls and four false starts, which have totaled 36 yards). He said Thursday that the last penalty called on him last Sunday night against the Jets “was a horrible call,” a holding call he got when he was locked up with Jets linebacker Bart Scott.
“I’m not even saying that to be funny,” he said as reporters laughed. “It was horrible.”
Mankins is in the first season of a six-year, $51 million deal he signed before the start of the season. He was asked about not having to worry about “off the field stuff” because of his new deal, and when he answered, he gave a specific answer in my direction.
“No, because like in years prior, once I’m here, I’m here,” he said. “But once you get a big contract, people like Chris Price here, they’re going to see if you were playing as good as you were before.”
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