Tom Brady's demeanor has been a hot button topic around New England in recent days. The quarterback seemed extremely frustrated after the Patriots win in Philly despite the fact that his team improved to 9-1 on the season.
One guy who doesn't view Brady's mood as a negative is his offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. The Boston Herald writes that McDaniels has no issues with his quarterback. The Boston Globe says the Patriots problems on offense in Philly were due to a lack of continuity. The Athletic examines the frequency with which Brady is being forced to throw the ball into tight windows. Meanwhile, the Boston Sports Journal understands why Brady is frustrated and believes he has every right to be.
As expected, the Patriots activated Isaiah Wynn off IR. In a corresponding move, the team place rookie wide receiver Gunner Olszewski on injured reserve with a hamstring issue.
The Boston Herald believes rookie N'Keal Harry could be the perfect cure for the Patriots red zone woes.
The Eagle Tribune looks at the Patriots new kicker Nick Folk.
MassLive.com examines the Cowboys and discovers a talented team that has a lot to keep the Patriots coaches up at night.
The Dallas Morning News believes the key to the Cowboys pulling off the upset over New England will be Dak Prescott's ability to outduel Brady. Troy Aikman wonders if giving Prescott an extension now might provide a lift for the team for the stretch drive.