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Tom Brady will continue to use his backs in the passing game against an aggressive Houston defensive front. Read

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Bill Belichick described the Texans as a division opponent and called rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson dangerous during his Wednesday press conference. Read

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It’s a much tougher test for the Pats offense this week, but Tom Brady has proven he’s capable of producing massive fantasy totals against even the league’s best defenses. Read

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New England got back in the win column in New Orleans, but this week’s Ask PFW has some fans still questioning the Patriots start to the 2017 season. Read

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A film breakdown of New England's Week 2 road win in New Orleans. Read

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The Patriots headed to New Orleans looking to get the bad taste of an uncharacteristic opening night performance out of their mouths and did so in decisive fashion. Read

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Next "men" up for New England...Romo's righteousness...and JR says SoCal could use a wake-up call for pro ball... Read

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New England coach’s Monday conference call focuses on various aspects of Sunday’s win in New Orleans. Read

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After an inconsistent opener, Tom Brady and the Patriots offense exploded in New Orleans to lead the Patriots to their first win of the season. Read

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Musings, observations and the occasional insight as we digest a less-than-captivating Week 2 in the NFL…. Read

* The Cowboys-Broncos game was delayed by lightning for over an hour in the first half, but the biggest bolt out of nowhere was Denver’s ability to completely bottle up Dallas running back Ezekiel Elliott like no one else has been able to do. Elliott entered play Sunday with 15 consecutive games of 80 yards or more of rushing, tying Marcus Allen’s league record of 1985-86. Read

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The Patriots broke into the win column with a convincing 36-20 victory in New Orleans. Read

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New England gets back on track in New Orleans. Read

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New England heads to New Orleans looking to bounce back in a big Week 2 battle. Read

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The defense has gotten off to a rocky start, but is there reason to be concerned going forward? Read

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