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Latest Rob Gronkowski Items
The New England Patriots and San Francisco 49ers each lead the Pro Bowl rosters with eight players apiece. Baltimore and Green Bay each have seven players for the Jan. 29 game in Honolulu, the NFL announced Tuesday.
Tom Brady is one of eight Patriots and Patrick Willis one of eight 49ers to make the Pro Bowl, the most on each roster.
A review of the best and worst performances by the Washington Redskins' defense and some observations after re-watching the TV broadcast of their 34-27 loss to the New England Patriots.
Cornerback DeAngelo Hall is one of the Washington Redskins' captains. Twice during Sundays loss to New England, however, Hall failed to meet the standard of leadership that accompanies that distinction, according to coach Mike Shanahan.
A quarter-by-quarter look at the Redskins' 34-27 loss against the Patriots. Plus, the most pivotal play of the game.
Rob Gronkowski is more than a mismatch.
Had circumstances not intervened, this could have been quite the Sunday at Fed Ex Field, a veritable Tight End Jamboree. The New England Patriots would have shown up with twin terrors Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez, and the Washington Redskins would have countered with their formidable pair, Chris Cooley and Fred Davis.
If tight end Fred Davis and left tackle Trent Williams were suspended solely for marijuana use during the lockout - when, technically, they weren't NFL employees - outrage would be an appropriate reaction. How dare the league try to impose discipline on individuals it locked them out, telling them "thanks but no thanks" when they showed up for work?
If you had told me three months ago that I would be lamenting the loss of Bears quarterback Jay Cutler as the fantasy playoffs approach, I'd have said you were crazy. But that's exactly the situation I find myself in.