Jim Donaldson of the Providence Journal writes about Wes Welker's record setting day in Buffalo. Welker tied a team record by catching 16 balls for a team record 217 yards and 2 touchdowns in the Patriots loss. Terry Glenn previously held the record for receiving yards at 214 yards, set in 1999 against Cleveland. Even with his big day Welker is still focused on the team. "We lost the game," he said. "That pretty much detracts from everything. What should be a great, fun day of breaking records and doing all those things, it's totally the opposite."
*CSNNE.com* touches on many topics including Tom Brady's record-setting pace in the passing game. Through three games Brady has an NFL-record 1,327 yards. The previous record was held by Drew Brees in 2007 with 1,257. Another topic covered is Rob Gronkowski matching a team record by catching a touchdown in five straight regular season games. Gronkowski joins four former Patriots with this honor.
Mike Reiss of ESPNBoston.com breaks down the Patriots special teams units, showing who played and on how many units. New roster additions Jeff Tarpinian and Ross Ventrone were seen on all four special teams units.
Joe Sullivan of the Boston Globe shines light on some of the positives aspects of the Patriots loss. These include a 6.3 yards per-carry average by rookie RB Stevan Ridley and Kyle Arrington's two interception game. Arrington now leads the team with three interceptions through three games.