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New England Patriots

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 12, 2013

by Kelly Kultys

Kenny Ducey and Nolan Silbernagel host this week's NFL Friday where they discuss the upcoming matchups for the Giants and Jets, the latest incarnation of Manning vs. Brady, and who to start on your fantasy team.

Kenny and Nolan kick off the show by talking about the Saints' Thursday night win over the Falcons. In light of Atlanta dropping to 2-9, why have they struggled so much this season after coming within a quarter of reaching the Super Bowl in 2012?  On New Orleans' side, do the Saints play well enough on the road to be able to win in the playoffs?

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 7, 2013

by Matt Moro

Kenny Ducey and Mack Rosenberg kick off another week of One on One's NFL Friday. To start Week 7, the guys discuss the Thursday Night matchup and how the Seahawks were able to take down the Cardinals on the road. The guys then talk about some general NFL storylines, including Jim Irsay's controversial comment on Peyton Manning ahead of the QB's return to Indy and whether or not Michael Vick will lose his starting spot to Nick Foles.

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 2, 2013

by Julian Atienza

Mack Rosenberg and Nolan Silbernagel break down the Jets tough loss in Foxboro and let Jets fans know what they should expect from Geno Smith this year. After the Giants sloppy loss to the Cowboys, the guys tell fans of Big Blue why they shouldn't hit the panic buton yet. 

Aaron Hernandez: No Longer a ‘Patriot’

by Kenny Ducey

Flickr | Jeffrey Beall

This is commentary from Kenny Ducey, giving you a closer look into the Aaron Hernandez Scandal.

The New England Patriots embody everything good about football. Okay, maybe that’s not 100% true (Belichick is a little mean, sometimes), but they’re the closest to a perfect-run franchise as there is in football today. They’ve got a great no-nonsense policy enforced by the most no-nonsense coach of them all. This week, though, we’ve learned that even the Patriots can make mistakes.

One on One's NFL Friday: Championship Weekend

by Julian Atienza

Mike and Kenny look back on the Divisional Round of the playoffs and analyze the upcoming Conference Championships . Kenny tells you why the Falcons won't stop the 49ers and Mike tells you why the Patriots should be a double-diget favorite over the Ravens. Each staff member gives their predictions for both games. Clark Judge gives his take on the championship games and the coaching carousel. Clark also talks about Tom Brady making history and why his past two Super Bowl defeats were not his fault.

Brady and Patriots Chasing History

by Steve Simineri

AP || Steven Senne

Today in sports it’s not easy to achieve success and almost impossible to sustain it. Only a few special teams over the last decade or so have achieved "dynasty" status. In basketball the Lakers won three straight titles from 2000-2002, adding two more in 2009 and 2010. Meanwhile, the Spurs won four Larry O’Brien Trophies during a nine year stretch.

One on One's NFL Friday: Divisional Playoff Round

by Julian Atienza

Kenny Ducey and Mack Rosenberg breakdown all the games this weekend in the Divisional Round of the Playoffs. The Kenny makes a bold claim about the 49ers and Mack tells you why the New England-Houston matchup will be another snoozefest. The guys give their predictions and touch on other hot topics around the league including: Tuesday's Jets press conference, the RGIII injury and the coaching carousel.

One on One's NFL Friday: Week 14

by Julian Atienza

Mike and Kenny preview Jets matchup with the 2-10 Jaguars and debate the merits of starting Mark Sanchez. Mike Garafolo the NFL reporter for USA Today joins the guys to talk Giants, the play of RG3 last week, and the running quarterback poition in general. They also look ahead to the matchup against the New Orleans Saints.

Fireman Ed Leaves His Legacy

by Jake Kring-Schreifels

flickr/ soulsick

By: Tom DiSalvo

Famous New York Jets icon Fireman Ed announced he would be leaving his role as the team’s unofficial mascot on Sunday. Ed Anzalone has been a driving force for the Jets fan base since 1975, and his departure this Sunday was unforeseen. Hanging up the helmet midway through the 2012 season after close to thirty seven years of fanhood seems a little harsh, but Fireman Ed has a good reason. Or does he?