Eagles RB LeSean McCoy will cause problems for a Patriots squad that is short on healthy linebackers.
Is BenJarvus Green-Ellis back? What about Shane Vereen and Kevin Faulk? Here are some of the Patriots' fantasy football options this week.
Patriots QB Tom Brady said Wednesday that he feels great, but a source close to the team revealed that the All-Pro quarterback is dealing with a form of tennis elbow.
Eagles DL Cullen Jenkins, Jason Babin and Trent Cole could cause problems for a Patriots O-line that hasn't played as well as expected.
What should be a concern for the Patriots is the recent play of the offensive line, which was magnified early in the Monday-night win.
Patriots rookie RB Shane Vereen had his first NFL carries and touchdown, while cancer survivor Marcus Cannon appeared in his first NFL game.
Julian Edelman's stock is rising after he showed his versatility in the Patriots' win over the Chiefs, and Logan Mankins picked up two more penalties.
Previewing the three terrific Turkey Day games; the crucial Giants-Saints Monday-nighter; Matt Leinart's first start for the Texans; and much more.
TE Rob Gronkowski, DE Andre Carter and PR Julian Edelman came up big for the Patriots in their win over the Chiefs.
Tom Brady threw two touchdown passes to Rob Gronkowski, and New England shook off a sluggish start to beat Kansas City 34-3 on Monday night.
The Patriots signed S Ross Ventrone to the 53-man roster from the practice squad on Monday and released OL Donald Thomas.
PFW associate editor and Patriots writer Kevin Fishbain sees Tom Brady thriving as he always does under the spotlight in a big Patriots victory.
Patriots WR Wes Welker will likely get matched up often against Chiefs CB Brandon Flowers, which will be an intriguing battle to watch.
Here is the injury report for the Week 11 Monday-night game, Kansas City at New England, showing the status of each injured player.
The Patriots should use FS Patrick Chung on blitzes more often, former New England S Rodney Harrison tells PFW, in this week's AFC Whispers.