An important game is coming up yet again for the Patriots as they play the Steelers Sunday before their bye. While both teams aren’t playing up to their usual standards the Pats have the advantage being 6-2 versus the Steelers’ 5-2. This is a game that the Patriots need to start showing off their offense and actually start clicking on their way to being a more well rounded offense.
Now, is your coffee hot? For, it’s time to get caught up on The Patriot Way
espn.com by Tedy Bruschi and Mike Reiss
In their weekly chat, Bruschi and Reiss, break down the always dangerous Ben Roethlisberger and the offensive firepower off the Steelers who despite the poor offensive line play still have some weapons to be wary of.
blog.mass.live by Nick Underhill
Aaron Dobson, who to me has become the most important player after the offensive woes to start the season is starting to play better. After the rough start and being nicknamed Dropson, Dobson has slowly been getting better and showing Pats fans that their maybe something their to be excited about. Last week he caught 4 passes for 60 yards and a td and even garnered the respect of Mike Tomlin.
weei.com by Christopher Price
At this point in the season is when the good teams start to separate themselves from the rest of the field and Brady knows this, making the old patriots talk that this where the good teams start to separate or end up watching the games in January from their homes. At this point the Patriots know their offense is struggling completing just 32.2 percent on third downs.
bleacherreport.com by James Christensen
Quick name the rookie with the most sacks in the NFL. Given that this is a Patriots fan site you might have known the correct answer, Chris Jones. However, most people do no realize this and Christensen does an excellent job of breaking down Jones’ impact on the pass rush so far.
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