New England Patriots

Stadium: Gillette Stadium | Coach: Bill Belichick
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense2nd118.1 (10th)276.1 (2nd)
Defense28th114.8 (19th)251.2 (29th)

Last Game

Sun, February 4
U.S. Bank Stadium
Philadelphia Eagles
New England Patriots

Game Leaders

Passing: N. Foles (28-43, 373)
Rushing: L. Blount (14-90)
Receiving: C. Clement (4-100)

Passing: T. Brady (28-48, 505)
Rushing: J. White (7-45)
Receiving: D. Amendola (8-152)


Thu Aug 10
L 24 - 31JAC
Sat Aug 19
L 23 - 27@HOU
Fri Aug 25
W 30 - 28@DET
Thu Aug 31
L 38 - 40NYG
Thu Sep 7
L 27 - 42KC
Sun Sep 17
W 36 - 20@NO
Sun Sep 24
W 36 - 33HOU
Sun Oct 1
L 30 - 33CAR
Thu Oct 5
W 19 - 14@TB
Sun Oct 15
W 24 - 17@NYJ
Sun Oct 22
W 23 - 7ATL
Sun Oct 29
W 21 - 13LAC
Sun Nov 12
W 41 - 16@DEN
Sun Nov 19
W 33 - 8@OAK
Sun Nov 26
W 35 - 17MIA
Sun Dec 3
W 23 - 3@BUF
Mon Dec 11
L 20 - 27@MIA
Sun Dec 17
W 27 - 24@PIT
Sun Dec 24
W 37 - 16BUF
Sun Dec 31
W 26 - 6NYJ
Sat Jan 13
W 35 - 14TEN
Sun Jan 21
W 24 - 20JAC
Sun Feb 4
L 33 - 41PHI


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New York5-11-02-4-0
Patriots' Tom Brady: Expected to play in 2018
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Brady is expected to play the 2018 season, Chris Wesseling of reports. However, Brady and his representation would like to look into a new contract. "It's not a pressing issue," Mike Garafolo of NFL Network said Wednesday. "It's not anything that is contentious right now."

The Patriots kicked off the offseason program earlier this week, but Brady wasn't present for the first time since 2010. The action added fuel to the fire that there may be discord between the quarterback and coach Bill Belichick, perhaps stemming from Brady's relationship with body coach Alex Guerrero. With a commitment to continue his career, though, Brady may be extending an olive branch as he seeks an upgrade in his contract, which has routinely been below market value. Until he reports to New England, the storyline likely will continue to be at the forefront of the NFL.

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Patriots' Tom Brady: Hasn't made 2018 status official
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Brady has not committed to playing in 2018, but he is expected to do so,'s Adam Schefter reports.

Brady and Rob Gronkowski's absence from the start of the offseason program is the latest sign of frustration with Bill Belichick's leadership, though it still would be surprising if either superstar decides not to play in 2018. Both players have worked under contracts worth far less than their true value in recent seasons, and it's possible they're hoping for raises before reporting to the team, though Brady probably has other reasons. He hasn't missed part of the offseason program since 2010, and he's never seemed too bothered by making a bit less money than other top quarterbacks. The 40-year-old has openly discussed the idea of playing until he is 45, hoping that his work with body coach Alex Guerrero will lead to rare longevity. The strained relationship between Guerrero and Belichick seems to be part of the problem, but it'll be shocking if that's actually enough to make Brady consider retirement.

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Patriots' Tom Brady: Absent for start of workouts
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Brady is unlikely to be a regular participant in the Patriots' offseason program, Jeff Darlington of reports.

Brady is traveling with his family in Qatar as the Patriots begin their offseason workout program Monday. He similarly missed part of the program in 2008, 2009 and 2010, back when he spent much of his offseasons in the Los Angeles area, per Christopher Gasper of The Boston Globe. Brady's absence likely will add fuel to the rumors of discord between him and Bill Belichick, though the 40-year-old quarterback figures to join his teammates at some point in April or May. The Patriots lost left tackle Nate Solder (Giants), swing tackle Cameron Fleming (Cowboys), running back Dion Lewis (Titans) and wideouts Brandin Cooks (Rams) and Danny Amendola (Dolphins) during the offseason, while Rob Gronkowski -- who also is absent Monday -- still hasn't confirmed that he'll play another year. On the other hand, the Patriots signed Jordan Matthews (knee, ankle) and expect to get wideouts Julian Edelman and Malcolm Mitchell back from knee injuries that wiped out their entire 2017 campaigns, plus they're armed with four of the first 63 selections in the upcoming NFL Draft. Brady should still have an above-average supporting cast whenever he shows up in New England.

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Patriots' Rob Gronkowski: Not in line to attend Monday's workouts
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Gronkowski is not in line to attend the start of the Patriots' offseason program, which opens Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Per the report, Gronkowski is still mulling his playing status for the upcoming season, with Schefter relaying that the tight end and the Patriots have had "good communication". As Mike Reiss of points out, Monday's activities are voluntary, but it is worth noting that Gronkowski has a $250,000 workout bonus built into his contract, which is paid based on him attending a certain percentage of workouts, according to Reiss. Ultimately, we'd be very surprised if Gronkowski didn't play this season, but until that's confirmed his status will be worth monitoring. Moreover, it wouldn't be surprising to see the Patriots use one of their draft picks on a tight end to build organizational depth.

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Patriots' Derek Rivers: Remains on track
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Rivers (knee) continues to progress in his recovery from a torn ACL and is expected to be "brought along cautiously" during the Patriots' offseason program, Mike Reiss of ESPN reports.

Rivers originally tore his ACL last August and subsequently spent his entire rookie season on injured reserve. It isn't clear what sort of involvement he's expected to have in training camp later this summer but, as long as he remains setback-free in his recovery, his chances of being ready for Week 1 seem promising.

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