With the No. 1 seed locked up, don't expect a whole lot of fantasy numbers from the Patriots. TE Rob Gronkowski could be your best option.
Each Wednesday throughout the season we'll identify one player, coach or area of the team that is most under the microscope. This week, head coach Bill Belichick is the choice.
Peyton Manning was off the MVP Meter while the Colts were in a midseason slide, but he has returned thanks to some big performances the past few weeks.
The NFL announced its Pro Bowl rosters on Tuesday, and the top two MVP candidates were named starting quarterbacks for their respective conferences.
For some reason, people are still debating who should be the league MVP. To me, it's pretty clear-cut that Patriots QB Tom Brady should win the award.
The Patriots manhandled the Bills 34-3 to clinch home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. They are one of the league's best because of their dominance in the turnover battle.
In this week's Patriots MVP meter, Tom Brady remains No. 1 and ILB Jerod Mayo returns to the meter after a big game against Buffalo.
Tom Brady set an NFL record and Jerod Mayo was involved with multiple turnovers in the Patriots' win over the Bills.
Tom Brady set another passing record and the Patriots clinched the top seed in the AFC playoffs thanks to a familiar pushover, the Bills.
Tom Brady broke the NFL record for most consecutive passes without throwing an interception in the third quarter of Sunday's game against the Bills.
PFW associate editor Kevin Fishbain thinks the Patriots will have a much bigger test than they would like from the Bills but will still leave Buffalo with home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.
Each week we'll talk to former Patriots star and current broadcaster Gino Cappelletti. This week, Gino talked about the impacts that NT Vince Wilfork and CB Devin McCourty are having on the defense and why the Patriots excel in ...
Following a win over the Packers that did not please head coach Bill Belichick, expect the Patriots' offense to go all out in the team's bid for home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.
Patriots QB Tom Brady was the fans' leading vote getter for the 2011 Pro Bowl, tallying 1,877,079 votes.
It took 15 weeks, but the top two candidates for MVP have separated themselves from the pack.