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Old 08-30-2013, 01:09 PM   #1
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I'm really new to this, but was inspired by several other football dynasties that I saw in this forum. This particular thread will detail the 2013 season, and beyond, of the New England Patriots. The primary focus of the 2013 season will be to answer the question of whether or not the "Patriot Way" is still intact and what it means.

Since I'm not as good with graphics as others on this forum are, this thread will very story driven. The 2013 preseason will be skipped since I won't start my franchise until the 53-man roster comes out next week. This will all be done in Owner Mode of Connected Franchise.

Time to introduce the star players (pun intended) of this story:

Robert Kraft, Owner 1994-Present

Since purchasing the New England Patriots 1994, Robert Kraft has built an NFL dynasty. A lot of uncertainty has recently caused the media to question whether the "Patriot Way" still exists. With the 2013 season, Kraft looks to prove that the Patriot Way is alive and well.

Bill Belichick, Head Coach 2000-Present

Also known as "The Hoody", Bill Belichick has been the cornerstone of the New England Patriots for over a decade. As one of the longest tenured NFL coaches, Belichick's legacy will be put to the test starting this season and beyond.

Tom Brady, Quarterback 2000-Present


New England Patriots starting quarterback Tom Brady is a three time Super Bowl champion (with two Super Bowl MVP's). Brady leads the New England Patriots into uncertain times for the 2013 NFL season.

Stevan Ridley, Runningback 2011-Present

The young running back proved to be more than dependable, rushing for over 1200 yards last season. With the turnover in the receiving core, more may be expected out of the third year running back. Will Ridley be able to produce again for the Patriots this year?

Vince Wilfork, Defensive Tackle 2004-Present

Along with Tom Brady, Vince Wilfork is one of the senior members of the New England Patriots. Wilfork's leadership is important with all the turnover the Patriots have seen recently. Wilfork's play along the defensive line will be an important part of determining if this defense can improve again this season.

Jerod Mayo, Linebacker 2008-Present

Jerod Mayo has been an integral part of the Patriots defense since being with the 10th overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft. Mayo along with the young linebacker core will look to take another step forward in improving this defense.

Let's Now Open the Curtain On the New England Patriots 2013 Season


Index:
Chapter I: An Offseason of Turmoil
Chapter II: Change Is An Inevitable Part of NFL Life
Chapter III: Training Camp, Preseason and Building the Future
Chapter IV: What Is the Patriot Way?
Chapter V: Victory Road

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Brandon Lloyd No Longer a Patriot
The Patriots decided to cut ties with receiver Brandon Lloyd. After having a productive 2012 catching 74 passes for 911 yards, releasing Lloyd has raised eyebrows in New England. Why wouldn't the Patriots want Lloyd's production for the 2013 season? Only time will tell whether or not this move was wise...

Free Agent Wes Welker Signs with the Denver Broncos

After playing the 2012 season on the franchise tag, wide receiver Wes Welker wanted a contract extension worthy of the production he provided over the last 6 years with the New England Patriots. When he and the Patriots organization were unable to agree on a contract, Welker signed a 2 year deal with the Denver Broncos.

Rob Gronkowski Needs Time to Heal

The star tight end of the New England Patriots faces the most difficult offseasons of his young career. Gronkowski had several procedures done to his forearm and back that have sidelined him for the moment. How the Patriots adjust the offense without the dominant tight end remains to be seen. At the moment, it appears as though Gronkowski should be ready for the regular season opener.

Other Offseason Departures:
RB Danny Woodhead (free agent signs with the San Diego Chargers)
RB Jeff Demps (traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers along with a 2013 7th Round Pick for RB LeGarrette Blount)
OL Donald Thomas (free agent signs with the Indianapolis Colts)
S Patrick Chung (free agent signs with the Philadelphia Eagles)
DT Kyle Love, DT Brandon Deaderick (both released)
TE Aaron Hernandez (released)

NFL Notes:
LB Brandon Spikes (Patriots) decides to train on his own and will not attend training camp
S Jairus Byrd (Bills) to holdout in contract dispute

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New England Patriots Draft Recap
PickPlayerCollegePosHtWt
Round 2 Pick 52Jamie CollinsSouthern MissLB6' 3"250
Round 2 Pick 59Aaron DobsonMarshallWR6' 3"204
Round 3 Pick 83Logan RyanRutgersCB5' 11"191
Round 3 Pick 91 Duron HarmonRutgersS6' 1"200
Round 4 Pick 102Josh BoyceTCUWR5' 11"203
Round 7 Pick 226Michael BuchananIllinoisDE6' 6"250
Round 7 Pick 235Steve BeauharnaisRutgersLB6' 2"230


Other Patriots draft notes:
-the Patrtiots trade their 1st round (No. 29 overall) pick to the Minnesota Vikings for the Vikings' 59th, 91st, 226th and 235th picks
-In the 2012 regular season, the Patriots traded their 4th Round pick (No. 126 overall) to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for cornerback Aqib Talib and the Bucs 7th round (No. 226 overall) pick
-In 2011, the Patriots traded their 2013 5th round draft (No. 162 overall) pick to the Washington Redskins for defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth
-In 2011, Patriots trade 2013 6th round pick (No. 197 overall) and a 2012 5th round pick for wide receiver Chad Johnson
-the Patriots trade running back Jeff Demps and 7th round (No. 229 overall) to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for LeGarrette Blount
More on rookie receivers Aaron Dobson and Josh Boyce in a bit.....

Refreshing the Slot With Amendola


With Wes Welker departing via free agency, the Patriots had a huge whole at wide receiver to fill. Now, with Brandon Lloyd being released earlier this offseason, two of their top receivers from last season are gone. In order to replace Welker's role on the offense, the Patriots have signed former Rams receiver Danny Amendola to a 5 year $31 million dollar contract. Amendola has a missed many games during his time with the Rams due to injury. If Amendola can stay healthy, he can become an integral part of the Patriots offense for years to come.

A New Look Receiving Core?


Having lost their top two wide receivers from last year, the Patriots used the 59th overall pick in the second round to draft Aaron Dobson and the 102nd overall pick in the 4th round to draft Josh Boyce. Dobson projects to be an outside receiver for the Patriots, while Boyce has the ability to play not only as a slot receiver but can shift to the outside as well. Both Dobson and Boyce will have big shoes to fill as they are in line to replace Wes Welker and Brandon Lloyd. First, they'll have to prove if they can learn the Patriots complex offense.

Tebow Time Comes to the Patriots

It's been reported since Tim Tebow was drafted with the 25th overall pick in the first round of the 2010 draft that Bill Belichick had his eye on Tebow. After an unbelievable 2011 season with the Denver Broncos, with Tebow leading them to a playoff victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Tebow was traded to the New York Jets. Unfortunately, the Jets had a poor 2012 regular season finishing 6-10 and Tebow was released the following offseason. After signing with the Patriots, it's suspected that Tebow will compete with 3rd year quarterback Ryan Mallet. The move reunites Tebow with former Broncos head coach (now Patriots offensive coordinator/quarterbacks coach) Josh McDaniels. What role will Tebow play this offense? Will Tebow even make the team? Only time will tell......

Other Offseason Acquisitions:
WR Michael Jenkins (2012 team: Minnesota Vikings)
WR Donald Jones (2012 team: Buffalo Bills)
DT Tommy Kelly (2012 team: Oakland Raiders)
DL Armond Armstead (from CFL)
S Adrian Wilson (2012 team: Arizona Cardinals)
RB Leon Washingtion (2012 team: Seattle Seahawks)

Rookie Free Agent Signings:
WR Kenbrell Thompkins (Cincinnati)
TE Zach Sudfeld (Nevada)
FB Ben Bartholomew (Tennessee)
OL Chris McDonald (Michigan State)
OL Matt Stankiewitch (Penn State)
DL Joe Vellano (Maryland)

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Part I of II: Training Camp to Preseason


Position Battles:
Like every offseason before this one, there are players that have to earn their spot on the roster through hard work and due diligence. Solid play from the previous year doesn't always garantee that a players spot will be safe. With that said, here are the position battles taking place this year.

Quarterback:

Not sure how much of this will be a competition, but you never know when Tim Tebow is involved. Ryan Mallet has been the backup to Tom Brady for the last two seasons and there is a lot of speculation as to what role Tebow will have on this team.

Runningback:
While Stevan Ridley's role as the primary back seems secure, the signing of Leon Washington and the acquisition of LeGarrette Blount leave the other spots in doubt. We'll monitor this situation and see how Shane Vereen and Brandon Bolden respond. At the moment, Bolden's place on the team is the most uncertain.

Defensive Tackle:
Once again, the Patriots are in search of a running mate for Vince Wilfork. With Brandon Deaderick and Kyle Love being released earlier in the year, a gaping whole was left at the defensive tackle position. In order to fill that whole, the Patriots signed veteran Tommy Kelly. Along with Kelly, Scott Vallone, Marcus Forston and Joe Vellano.

Safety:
The signing of safety Adrian Wilson has many reporters thinking back to the days of Rodney Harrison. A big, physical safety doesn't seem to fit into today's NFL, but Steve Gregory will still have to prove that he can hold down the fort alongside Devin McCourty.

Punter:
In one of the more surprising moves this offseason, the Patriots sign undrafted rookie free agent Ryan Allen. For the moment, Zoltan Mesko's job would appear to be safe. Mesko has been more than reliable for the Patriots since he was drafted in the fifth round of the 2010 NFL Draft.

Rookie Receiver Thompkins Impresses All

Rookie receiver Kenbrell Thompkins has surprised all with his performance in training camp. The undrafted rookie free agent has taken some of the spotlight off of Aaron Dobson and Josh Boyce. Not only has he shown nice physical ability, but Thompkins also appears to have a grasp of the offense as well. His development along with Boyce and Dobson are crucial to the success of New England's offense.

Zach "The Stud" Sudfeld

Alright, it's way to soon to refer to rookie tight end Zach Sudfeld as a stud, but he has also been a pleasant surprise along with Thompkins. Since Rob Gronkowski will miss all of training camp and the preseason, much will be expected of Sudfeld and the other tight ends on the roster.

Other Patriots Odds and Ends:
Patriots release WR Donald Jones

NFL Notes:
LB Von Miller (Broncos) to serve 6-game suspension for violating league policy
TE Dennis Pitta (Ravens) may miss the rest of the year with dislocated hip
Ravens sign TE Visanthe Shiancoe
WR Jeremy Maclin (Eagles) placed on IR
QB Robert Griffin III (Redskins) wants to play, Shanahan proceeds with caution
WR Percy Harvin (Seahawks) opts for surgery, may miss most of season
A torn ACL ends both OL Bryan Bulaga's (Packers) and OL Dan Koppen's (Broncos) season

Patriots Look Impressive In Preseason Opener
The Patriots looked like they didn't miss a beat as they win 31-22 over the Philadelphia Eagles. The biggest surprise out of this game was seeing rookie free agent receiver Kenbrell Thompkins start. Thompkins' prgression in this offense is something we'll be keeping an eye on.

Patriots Offense Firing On All Cylinders, Defense Turns Up Heat

The New England Patriots put together another solid performance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. On offense, Tom Brady and the new group of wide receivers look like they are already in sync. The defense played ferociously and either sacked or pressured the quarterback all night long. If this is the way things are trending, then the Patriots look like they'll enter the 2013 regular season as one of the top tier teams in the league.

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Part II: Second Half of Preseason and Roster Cuts


Patriots Fumble Dress Rehersal

It's only a preseason game, but it's the most important one. For whatever reason, the New England Patriots didn't play in the same fashion that they had in the first two preseason games. This game hasn't gone well for the Partiots over the last few years. Let's just hope that this game doesn't foreshadow events to come. The lone bright spot for the game was the play of rookie receiver Kenbrell Thompkins. Tim Tebow didn't get a chance to play as Ryan Mallet played most of the second half. The Lions won the game 40-9.
Players That Didn't Suit Up:
WR Danny Amendola
OL Marcus Cannon
DE Jermaine Cunningham (injured)
WR Kamar Aiken
CB Alfonzo Dennard
CB Ras-I Dowling
S Nate Ebner
TE Daniel Fells
DE Justin Franc

Tim Tebow's Last Stand

It's all up to the back end of the roster to prove what their worth. Typically, in the last preseason game, the starts are usually held out. This gives any bubble players an opportunity to state their case for being on the roster. While there was some good play out of Tim Tebow, he showed that his play is wildly inconsistent. While there were many inaccurate throws, there were also some very impressive ones as well. At best, Tebow is the 3rd quarterback on the depth chart if he makes the team. Seventh round draft choice Michael Buchanan also showed up, registering 2.5 sacks in the game. With everything wrapped up, it's time to evaluate play and determine who makes the 53-man roster. The Patriots won the game 28-20 and finish the preseason with a 3-1 record.

Patriots Cuts:
TE Jake Ballard
TE Daniel Fells
DE Marcus Bernard
LB Mike Rivera
OL Matt Stankiewitch
DL Scott Vallone
CB Ras-I Dowling
LB Niko Koutouvides
QB Tim Tebow
P Zoltan Mesko
WR Quentin Sims
RB Leon Washington

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Editors Note: From here on out, all of the stories in this thread will come from how things play out in Madden NFL 25 (with the exception of the completion of the 53-man roster and anything left over from the preseason). Players that are suspended or injured will be buried in there respective teams depth chart until they are scheduled to return.


Part I of V: The Present, the Past, and the Future

Time's Up for Tebow in New England

Many people scratched their heads upon learning that the Patriots had signed Tim Tebow this offseason. Their was rampant speculation that Tebow would be an H-back or play some other position. Instead, Tebow reps mainly came at the quarterback position. While he did play well in the first preseason game, the rest of the preseason looked dismal. He did however slightly redeem himself late in the fourth preseason game by throwing two touchdowns. A lot of his flaws as a quarterback were apparent and the Patriots decided to part ways with the third year player.

Rookies Continue to Steal the Show

In one of the most surprising moves the Patriots made this preseason, they have decided to cut punter Zoltan Mesko. This leaves the duty of punting in the hands (or more appropriately on the foot) of undrafted rookie free agent punter Ryan Allen. While it was thought that Mesko had done enough to secure his position, the rookie looked equally impressive during the preseason. This situation has been compared to the kicker battle the Patriots had a few years ago with Robbie Gould and Adam Vinatieri. In that situation, the Patriots opted to stick with Vinatieri while Gould eventually ended up signing with the Bears in the 2005 season.
Update: It didn't take long for the talented punter to find work as Zoltan Mesko has been signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers.


Players On IR:
S Adrian Wilson
OL Markus Zuscevics
DL Corry Grissom
OL Tyronne Green



A Look Back at the 2012 Season

A wise man once said (don't ask who this wise man is as I don't know myself) that one cannot advance towards the future until they understand their past. Now that those most fascinating words have seeped in, let us look back for a brief moment on the New England Patriots' 2012 season.

The 2012 season for the New England Patriots went much like many thought it would. Sort of. With Wes Welker's contract situation was a major story line in the 2012 offseason. The Patriots attempted to negotiate a contract after signing Welker his franchise tender, but talks fell apart.


After Welker and the Patriots were unable to agree on a long term deal before the June deadline, Welker would have to play the 2012 season with the franchise tag.

While Welker's play had been exceptional for the past few years, the Patriots lacked an outside receiver to take the pressure off of him and tight ends Aaron Hernandez and Rob Gronkowski. The signing of veteran free agent receiver Brandon Lloyd was the Patriots remedy for the issue. Lloyd would have to prove that he could learn the Patriots complex offense and build a rapport with quarterback Tom Brady.


Chad Johnson's lack of production in the 2011 season led to the New England Patriots signing Brandon Lloyd in the off season.

The addition of Lloyd wasn't the only change the Patriots' offense would see in the 2012 offseason. With the Cincinnati Bengals signing BenJarvus Green-Ellis to a 3-year deal, there was a lot of unproven talent left on the Patriots roster. The Patriots would look to either Stevan Ridley, Shane Vereen, Danny Woodhead or undrafted rookie Brandon Bolden to fill the Green-Ellis' role.


2011 3rd round draft choice Stevan Ridley would have to prove he was capable of being the primary running back in 2012.

One of the biggest questions of all for the Patriots heading into the 2012 was the defense. While the Patriots' defense statistically left much to be desired in 2011, the unit did enough to win games. One particular problem the Patriots defense had was generating pass rush. The Patriots sought to solve this issue through the draft by choosing Chandler Jones with the 21st overall pick and Dont'a Hightower with the 25th overall pick. In order to help the back end of the defense, the Patriots selected Tavon Wilson with their 2nd round (48th overall pick.

Chandler Jones and Dont'a Hightower are chosen to help give the defense a boost.

With the all of the change an NFL team goes through in the offseason, a steady and calming focus is needed in order to make sure the entire team is on the same page for the regular season. The New England Patriots have that in head coach Bill Belichick and Brady. That presence proved to be enough in the Patriots week 1 win over the Tennessee Titans. After back to back loses to the Arizona Cardinals and Baltimore Ravens, the Patriots were below .500 for the first time since the 2003 season. That year, they lost the first game of the season to the Buffalo Bills.


The combination of Torrey Smith and Joe Flacco were more than the Patriots could handle.

The Patriots would have to refocus as their next game was on the road against their division rival, the Buffalo Bills. The Patriots came away with an impressive win and started their first winning streak of the season by beating the Broncos the following week at home. At this point, the Patriots' new acquisitions were paying off. Lloyd and complimented Welker well and rookies Jones and Higtower were solid on defense. The following week, the Patriots hosted the Broncos and looked just as impressive. The Patriots managed to get an early lead and were able to hold off a late rally, winning 31-21.


Tom Brady and Peyton Manning renew their rivalry after Manning's injury forced him to sit out the entire 2011 season.

At this point, the younger players had proven they belonged on the team. While they didn't produce great numbers, their play as unit looked better than it had before they arrived. The Patriots hit another bump in the road after a trip to Seattle to face the Seattle Seahawks resulted in a surprising loss. That loss would be only one of two for the remainder of the season. A tough week seven victory over their AFC East rival New York Jets propelled the Patriots on a 7-game winning streak. In that span, the Patriots had dominating wins over the St. Louis Rams, Indianapolis Colts and Houston Texans. Not everything went so smoothly during the Patriots winning streak though. In the game against the Colts, Rob Gronkowski once again broke his forearm while blocking during a PAT attempt. Despite this setback, the Patriots went on to win their next three games. One of those games was a blowout win against the Texans, a team many thought was one of the best teams in the NFL.

For the next game, the Patriots welcomed the San Francisco 49ers into Gillette Stadium. After benching Alex Smith in favor of second year quarterback Colin Kaepernick, the 49ers team truly took off. The Patriots got to see this first hand as they lost 34-41.


The 49ers dominated early and managed to hold off the Patriots strong second half surge.

The Patriots went on to win the final two games of the year against the Jacksonville Jaguars and a rematch with the Miami Dolphins. Heading into the playoffs strong, the Patriots were in position to make another Super Bowl run. The changes the Patriots made in the offseason had paid off. Ridley rushed for over 1200 yards, along with 12 touchdowns. Unlike the number 85 that had come before him, Lloyd had a solid season with the Patriots, catching 74 passes for 911 yards and 4 touchdowns. With Gronkowski returning from his injury, the Patriots headed into the playoffs at full strength.

The Patriots were able to prove they were the superior team once again in their rematch with the Texans. After a close first half, the Patriots went on to outscore the Texans 24-15 in the second half coming away with a 41-28 victory. Once again, the Patriots would lose a critical part of their offense. Early in the game, Gronkowski broke the same forearm he did in the regular season game against the Colts. The Patriots would have to head into the AFC Championship game without their big tight end.

The Patriots rivalry with the Ravens has really been an interesting one over the last few years. The Ravens' defense lead by Ray Lewis and Ed Reed has been effective at keeping Brady in check. If the Patriots hoped to win this game, they would have to play better than they did in their regular season game. The Patriots had gotten off to a good and went into the second half with a 13-7 lead. In the second half, the Ravens took complete control of the game. Their defense shut out the potent Patriots offense and receiver Anquan Boldin looked unstoppable. This combination helped the Ravens score 21 unanswered second half points as they won the game 28-13.


Anquan Boldin dominates the Patriots secondary in the Ravens 28-13 win over the Patriots in the AFC Championship game.

Over the last decade, the Patriots have enjoyed the type of success that very few NFL teams have. While many teams would like to have at least made the AFC Championship game, that's not the standard for the Patriots. In the ever changing NFL, settling is the quickest way to fall behind. In the 2013 season, the Patriots will look to improve upon the success they had.

Now that we've looked back at the 2012 season, let's dive into the 2013 regular season of the New England Patriots.
New England Patriots 2013 Roster
#OFFENSEPOSAGEHTWTCOLLEGE
12Tom BradyQB366-4225Michigan
15Ryan MallettQB256-6245Arkansas
29LeGarrette BlountRB266-0250Oregon
38Brandon BoldenRB235-11220Mississippi
22Stevan RidleyRB245-11220LSU
34Shane VereenRB245-10205California
46James DevelinFB256-3255Brown
80Danny AmendolaWR275-11195Texas Tech
82Josh Boyce (R)WR225-11205Txas Christian
17Aaron Dobson (R)WR226-3200Marshall
11Julian EdelmanWR275-10198Kent State
18Matthew SlaterWR276-0210UCLA
85Kenbrell Thompkins (R)WR256-1195Cincinnati
87Rob GronkowskiTE246-6265Arizona
47Michal HoomanawanuiTE256-4260Illinios
88Matthew MulliganTE286-4270Maine
64Chris Barker (R)G236-2310Nevada
69Tyronne Green (IR)G276-2316Auburn
70Logan MankinsG316-4308Fresno State
61Marcus CannonOL256-5335Texas Christian
63Dan ConnollyOL316-4305Southern Missouri State
62Ryan WendellOL276-2300Fresno State
66Markus ZusevicsOL246-5300Iowa
77Nate SodlerT256-8320Colorado
74Will SvitekT316-6310Stanford
76Sebastion VollmerT296-8320Houston
#DEFENSEPOSAGEHTWTCOLLEGE
92Jake BequetteDE246-5265Arkansas
96Chandler JonesDE236-5265Syracuse
94Chris Jones (R)DT236-2302Bowling Green
72Joe Vellano (R)DT246-2300Maryland
99Michael Buchanan (R)DE226-6255Illinios
93Tommy KellyDT326-6310Mississippi State
50Rob NinkovichDE296-2260Purdue
75Vince WilforkDT316-2325Miami (Fla.)
58Steve Beauharnais (R)LB236-2230Rutgers
91Jamie Collins (R)LB236-3250Tennessee
52Dane FletcherLB266-2245Montana State
54Dont'a HightowerLB236-3270Alabama
51Jerod MayoLB276-1250Tennessee
55Brandon SpikesLB266-2255Florida
59Chris WhiteLB246-3238Mississippi
25Kyle ArrngtonCB275-10190Hofstra
23Marquise ColeCB295-10195Northwestern
37Alfonzo DennardCB235-10200Nebraska
26Logan Ryan (R)CB225-11195Rutgers
31Aqib TalibCB276-1205Kansas
43Nate EbnerDB246-0210Ohio State
30Duron Harmon (R)DB226-1205Rutgers
32Devin McCourtyDB265-10195Rutgers
27Tavon WilsonDB236-0215Illinios
28Steve GregoryDB305-11200Syracuse
24Adrian Wilson (IR)DB336-3230North Carolina State
#SPECIAL TEAMSPOSAGEHTWTCOLLEGE
3Stephen GostkowskiPK296-1215Memphis
6Ryan Allen (R)P236-2215Louisiana Tech
48Danny AikenLS256-4255Virginia


New England Patriots Depth Chart Depth Chart - 2013
Regular Offense
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
WRKenbrell ThompkinsAaron DobsonMatthew SlaterJosh Boyce
TEMichael HoomanawanuiMatthew Mulligan
LTNate SolderMarcus Cannon
LGLogan MankinsChris Barker
CRyan Wendell
RGDan ConnollyMarcus CannonWill Svitek
RTSebastion VollmerMarcus CannonWill Svitek
WRDanny AmendolaJulian Edelman
QBTom BradyRyan Mallett
FBJames Develin
HBStevan RidleyShane VereenLeGrette BlountBrandon Bolden
Base 4-3 Defense
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
LDERob NinkovichMichael BuchananJake Bequette
LDTVince WilforkChris Jones
RDTTommy KellyJoe Vellano
RDEChandler JonesMichael BuchananJake Bequette
WLBDont'a HightowerJamie Collins
MLBBrandon SpikesDane FletcherChris White
SLBJerod MayoSteve Beauharnais
CBAqib TalibLogan RyanMarquice Cole
SSSteve GregoryDuron Harmon
FSDevin McCourtyTavon WilsonNate Ebner
CBAlfonzo DennardKyle Arrington
Special Teams
STARTER2ND3RD4TH
KStephen Gostkowski
PRyan Allen
HRyan Allen
PRJulian EdelmanDanny Amendola
KRJosh BoyceMatthew SlaterDevin McCourty
LSDanny Aiken


New England Patriots 2013 Schedule
DATEOPPONENTRESULT
Sep 8at Buffalo BillsW, 33-16
Sep 12vs New York JetsW, 31-16
Sep 22vs Tampa Bay BuccaneersW, 24-17
Sep 29at Atlanta FalconsL, 49-24
Oct 6at Cincinnati BengalsL, 27-24
Oct 13vs New Orleans SaintsW, 31-10
Oct 20at New York JetsW, 51-10
Oct 27vs Miami Dolphins
Nov 3vs Pittsburgh Steelers
Nov 18at Carolina Panthers
Nov 24vs Denver Broncos
Dec 1at Houston Texans
Dec 8vs Cleveland Browns
Dec 15at Miami Dolphins
Dec 22at Baltimore Ravens
Dec 29vs Buffalo Bills

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