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News Blitz 1/10: Patricia to Giants?;More Titans talk

Today’s News Blitz ramps up coverage of the playoff match with the Titans.


As the Patriots prepare for Saturday night's playoff battle with Titans at Gillette Stadium, the scouting reports and opinions regarding Tennessee are becoming more numerous.

The Boston Herald says Brady is ready to create his own storm now. The Herald *says that an “excited” Rob Gronkowski is bad news for the Titans. The *Herald writes about a group of Patriots, including Nate Solder, that only know life with a playoff bye. The* Herald says that the Patriots generally win when they are big favorites, as they are against Tennessee. The *Herald *has a Titans notebook with coach Mike Mularkey talking up the Patriots offensive firepower. The *Herald says a key matchup in the game will be Gronkowski against the Titans linebackers and safeties.

After missing a couple games to an ankle injury, the Providence Journal has James White primed for a return to action to open the postseason. The* Pro Jo writes that Gronkowksi is happy to be healthy and back in action for the playoffs. The *Pro Jo also notes Brady being featured in the Facebook docu-series. has Peter King saying that Patriots owner Robert Kraft was “extremely upset” about the ESPN story that came out last week. passes along a report that all signs point to New England defensive coordinator Matt Patricia becoming the next head coach of the Giants. Interestingly this comes after one Giant, as noted, said that Bill Belichick’s style wouldn’t be a good fit for New York amid rumors that the Patriots coach had interest in the job. has Gronkowski saying the ESPN story could bring the Patriots together as a team.

The New York Times writes that Brady gave the filmmaker for the Facebook documentary “unusual access” to his private life over the last year.

The New York Daily News broke the story in the Big Apple that all signs point to Patricia becoming the Giants head coach. 

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