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  1. 2010 NFL Next-Level Awards: Quarterbacks

    ESPN Stats & Info

    US Presswire Philip Rivers, Tom Brady, and Michael Vick are among our Next-Level award winners for 2010. For the second straight year, ESPN Stats & Information did video analysis of every NFL game, tracking a new collection of statistics and st...

    Blog | January 05, 2011
  2. Pats hope Amendola replaces Welker in slot

    Micah Adams

    AP PhotosDanny Amendola, left, will likely be the top target for Tom Brady this season.The 2013 New England Patriots have experienced a great deal of turnover from last season. Let's evaluate the top questions facing them as the new season approaches...

    Blog | July 29, 2013
  3. Who is dropping passes in AFC East?

    James Walker

    The receiver who has the most catches in the division continues to lead the AFC East in drops. New England Patriots Pro Bowl receiver Wes Welker is far and away the drops leader in the division. His drop count (10) has reached double digits, and h...

    Blog | December 19, 2012
  4. Luck's short game crucial for Colts

    ESPN Stats & Information

    ReutersTom Brady has thrown eight TD and zero interceptions during the Patriots 3-game win streak.Andrew Luck has certainly been an impressive rookie this season, but he will have a tough test against Tom Brady and the New England Patriots Sunday. ...

    Blog | November 16, 2012
  5. AFC East midseason drop count

    James Walker

    Who's catching passes and who's dropping them in the AFC East? There have been 59 dropped passes thus far in the division, and a majority of them have come from the New England Patriots and New York Jets. Here is the midseason drop count, accor...

    Blog | November 09, 2012
  6. Super Bowl 2012 - A game plan to stop Tom Brady and the New Engla...

    Dean Oliver

    Dean Oliver takes a look at how the New York Giants should try to stop Tom Brady and the New England offense.

    Story | Conversation | February 01, 2012