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New England Patriots

Stadium: Gillette Stadium | Coach: Bill Belichick
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense7th113.4 (14th)272.5 (6th)
Defense14th108.2 (14th)242.1 (17th)

Last Game

Sun, November 23
Gillette Stadium
Detroit Lions
New England Patriots

Game Leaders

Passing: M. Stafford (18-46, 264)
Rushing: J. Bell (19-48)
Receiving: G. Tate (4-97)

Passing: T. Brady (38-53, 349)
Rushing: L. Blount (12-78)
Receiving: B. LaFell (9-98)


Sun Sep 7
L 33 - 20at MIA
Sun Sep 14
W 30 - 7at MIN
Sun Sep 21
W 16 - 9OAK
Mon Sep 29
L 41 - 14at KC
Sun Oct 5
W 43 - 17CIN
Sun Oct 12
W 37 - 22at BUF
Thu Oct 16
W 27 - 25NYJ
Sun Oct 26
W 51 - 23CHI
Sun Nov 2
W 43 - 21DEN
Sun Nov 16
W 42 - 20at IND
Sun Nov 23
W 34 - 9DET
4:25 pm EST
Sun Nov 30
on CBS Sportsat GB
8:30 pm EST
Sun Dec 7
at SD
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 14
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 21
at NYJ
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 28


New England9-2-02-1-0
New York2-9-00-3-0
Fantasy Analysis | 1416951333
LeGarrette Blount worth prioritizing on waivers
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

Patriots running back LeGarrette Blount is highlighted as the top priority for Fantasy owners looking to add a back in Jamey Eisenberg's waiver-wire column this week.

Blount rushed for 78 yards on 12 carries with a pair of touchdowns against a tough Lions' defense in Week 12. However, he played just 21 percent of the team's snaps, and the effective Jonas Gray still lurks as a possible spoiler, depending on the whims of Bill Bellichek.

Jamey identifies Blount as a possible starting Fantasy option down the stretch, but an inconsistent workload could frustrate his Fantasy owners. 

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Fantasy Analysis | 1416803314
Timothy Wright predictably annoying
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Guess who's back in the headlines in Fantasy? The same tight end who sent everyone flocking to the waiver wire after his five-catch, 85-yard, touchdown-scoring performance in Week 5 and his seven-catch, 61-yard, touchdown-scoring performance in Week 8. The Patriots' Timothy Wright did one better Week 12 against Detroit, scoring two touchdowns on five catches for 36 yards.

But here's the problem: Aside from those three games -- which are pretty well spaced apart, you'll notice -- he has a total of six catches for 38 yards.

So should we be flocking to the waiver wire to add him again? A tight end doesn't score two touchdowns every week, you know.

Yeah ... but Wright doesn't do anything, not even catch a pass, every week. Why would that change now? The proper response to this performance is indignation that those two touchdowns didn't go to someone else. Don't make it anything more.

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Fantasy Analysis | 1416801781
Julian Edelman back to being PPR stud
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Maybe for some PPR owners, Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman never lost must-start status, but with his role limiting his scoring potential and capping his yardage from week to week, he needs to have bunches of catches to keep that distinction. And for a while there, he wasn't getting them.

To be more specific, during a five-game stretch spanning Weeks 4-8, he averaged 4.6 catches for 41.4 yards. And considering he had a nine-catch, 91-yard performance mixed in there, you can imagine how yucky the other four were.

But in three games since, he has averaged 8.3 catches for 76.0 yards, looking more like the player we saw the first three weeks of the season. His performance Week 12 against Detroit was especially encouraging. He was targeted 15 times, catching 11 passes for 89 yards.

Now, if you play in a standard Fantasy league, the occasional 80-yard game isn't going to do much for you, but if you play in a PPR league, a consistent 5-10 catches, which Edelman has gotten back to delivering recently, is a pretty big deal. Time to get him active again.

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Fantasy Analysis | 1416801053
LeGarrette Blount makes Jonas Gray an afterthought
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

This take on both LeGarrette Blount and Jonas Gray comes with an important caveat: Both running backs play for the Patriots, who are coached by Bill Belichick, who has proven time and time again that he'll do whatever he wants, regardless of conventional wisdom or media pressure. So if he decides Gray has learned his lesson for showing up late to practice Friday and turns back to him as the team's primary ball carrier Week 13 at Green Bay, it would come as a surprise to no one.

But I'm certainly not counting on it.

Facing the league's No. 1 run defense, Blount was really good Week 12 against Detroit, rushing 12 times for 78 yards and two touchdowns only three days after signing with the Patriots. Granted, he was with them last year and knows the offense, but still, bonus points for the quick turnaround.

Belichick loved giving him the ball at the goal line last year and clearly doesn't owe Gray anything. Gray was clearly a right-place-at-the-right-time guy, getting a starter's workload in an offense where he could do no wrong only because Stevan Ridley suffered a season-ending injury. And he blew it.

Let's hold on to him one more week just to be sure, but you wouldn't want to start Gray in Week 13. And if Blount is available in your league, pick him up.

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Patriots K Stephen Gostkowski outscores Detroit in Week 12
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski registered 10 points in his team's 34-9 victory over the Lions in Week 12.

Gostkowski converted field goals of 35 and 43 yards. He finished 2 for 2 with four extra points on the day. He has converted 26 of 27 field goal attempts this season.

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