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New England Patriots

Stadium: Gillette Stadium | Coach: Bill Belichick
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense4th117.0 (7th)269.2 (4th)
Defense8th88.6 (3rd)237.9 (12th)

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Game Leaders

Passing: B. Osweiler (23-40, 198)
Rushing: L. Miller (19-73)
Receiving: D. Hopkins (6-65)

Passing: T. Brady (18-38, 287)
Rushing: D. Lewis (13-41)
Receiving: J. Edelman (8-137)


Sun Sep 11
W 23 - 21at ARI
Sun Sep 18
W 31 - 24MIA
Thu Sep 22
W 27 - 0HOU
Sun Oct 2
L 16 - 0BUF
Sun Oct 9
W 33 - 13at CLE
Sun Oct 16
W 35 - 17CIN
Sun Oct 23
W 27 - 16at PIT
Sun Oct 30
W 41 - 25at BUF
Sun Nov 13
L 31 - 24SEA
Sun Nov 20
W 30 - 17at SF
Sun Nov 27
W 22 - 17at NYJ
Sun Dec 4
W 26 - 10LAR
Mon Dec 12
W 30 - 23BAL
Sun Dec 18
W 16 - 3at DEN
Sat Dec 24
W 41 - 3NYJ
Sun Jan 1
W 35 - 14at MIA
Sat Jan 14
W 34 - 16HOU
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Patriots' Chris Hogan: Suffers 'minor setback' with hip
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Hogan said Tuesday that he sustained a "minor setback" with his thigh during Saturday's win against the Texans, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. However, Hogan added he "maybe could have returned."

Previously, shoulder and back issues afflicted Hogan in his first season in New England, the latter of which forced a DNP in Week 11. His current bout with a thigh concern doesn't appear to threaten his upcoming availability, but Hogan will have three chances to prove his health in advance of Sunday's AFC championship game versus the Steelers.

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Patriots' Jacoby Brissett: Sees more game action than expected as rookie
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Brissett finished up the 2016 regular season with 34 completions on 55 attempts for 400 yards to go along with 16 carries for 83 yards and a TD over the course of three appearances (including two starts) for the Patriots.

Brissett did not throw any TD passes or picks during that span, but the 2016 third-rounder did gain some valuable experience when thrust into action after fellow signal-caller Jimmy Garoppolo (who had been filling in for the suspended Tom Brady) suffered a shoulder injury in Week 2. Brissett subsequently missed time after undergoing surgery on his right thumb in October but was eventually activated off IR by the Patriots in December in order to reprise his depth QB duties.

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Patriots' Jimmy Garoppolo: Throws for 502 yards in 2016
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Garoppolo finished up the 2016 regular season with 43 completions on 63 attempts for 502 yards to go along with four TDs and zero picks over the course of six appearances for the Patriots.

The 2014 second-rounder had an early-season opportunity to fill in for the suspended Tom Brady cut short due to a shoulder injury, but Garoppolo was nonetheless able to do enough in the time that he was healthy to potentially draw offseason trade interest. Garoppolo is under contract with New England in 2017, but with Brady still entrenched as the team's starter, the Patriots could be tempted to deal Garoppolo if the right offer comes along. Alternatively, they could hold on to him as a valuable insurance policy for Brady, who is set to turn 40 this coming August.

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Patriots' Brandon Bolden: Sees limited role in the offense this season
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Bolden finished the 2016 regular season with one carry for four yards and two catches for 15 yards in 14 games for the Patriots.

While his role in the team's offense all but vanished this past season, Bolden -- who turns 27 on Jan. 26 -- remained a core special-teamer for the Patriots in 2016. Bolden is eligible to become a free agent this offseason, but he'll be a candidate to re-sign with New England thanks to his versatility and experience in the team's system.

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Patriots' D.J. Foster: Logs seven carries as rookie
by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

Foster finished the 2016 regular season with seven carries for 24 yards and one catch for two yards over the course of three games for the Patriots.

Foster, who joined the Patriots prior to the season as an undrafted free agent, remains under contract with New England in 2017. While every-down NFL work may not be in the cards for Foster, his RB/WR flexibility could lead to the 23-year-old carving out a complementary role in the team's backfield next season.

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