Tom Brady, Antonio Cromartie and Josh Cribbs have been named the AFC Players of the Week for Week Two.
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien and director of player personnel Nick Caserio spoke to the media on a conference call Tuesday about their upcoming opponent, the Bills.
The Patriots' defense has struggled thus far, and if it continues against the Bills, they could be upset.
The Patriots have given up a lot of passing yards this season and need to get some pressure on Bills QB Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Patriots rookie RB Stevan Ridley saw his first NFL action with two carries in Week Two.
In this week's edition of the First Fifteen, we focus on the 2-0 and 0-2 teams as we reach a critical early juncture in the young 2011 season.
This week, PFW selects Tom Brady, Morgan Burnett and Josh Cribbs as its Players of the Week.
Ex-Patriots LB Tedy Bruschi was misguided in his recent criticism of new Patriots WR Chad Ochocinco, writes PFW's Kevin Fishbain.
Excessively strict interpretations of the NFL's roughing-the-passer penalty guidelines are threatening to change the nature of the game, writes Hub Arkush.
Patriots veteran WR Deion Branch had a big game, but CB Devin McCourty struggled in Week Two. Those players are going in opposite directions on this week's stock report.
The Patriots' offense had another sensational game against the Chargers, but the defense doesn't yet look like a much improved unit.
Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez will miss one to two weeks because of a sprained MCL, according to a report by Shalise Manza Young of the Boston Globe.
Tom Brady again takes offensive player of the game honors for another sensational effort in the Patriots' Week Two win.
Tom Brady threw for a mere 423 yards six days after setting a single-game team record of 517, leading the Patriots over the Chargers 35-21 on Sunday.
PFW associate editor and Patriots writer Kevin Fishbain predicts a close game in the Patriots' home opener but believes they will pull it out against San Diego.