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tight coverage of Hogan White Tom Brady Jerseys , Dorsett TEAM TALKPatriots acquire WR Josh Gordon in a trade with Cleveland; Release WR Corey Coleman.Paul Perillo analyzes the trade for Josh Gordon.Erik Scalavino reviews the Pats-Jags film, quarter-by-quarter and offers his observations: 1st Quarter: After winning the coin toss, the Patriots chose to receive the opening kick, rather than defer to the second half like they normally do.Paul Perillo reveals the matchup winners from Sunday: Bortles delivers for Jags.LOCAL LINKSKevin Duffy talks about the Josh Gordon trade and how the Patriots receivers are ‘excited’ to have him.Karen Guregian approves the trade for ‘problem child’ Josh Gordon to bolster the Pats’ thin WR corps.Bill Speros writes this is Josh Gordon’s chance at redemption.Tom E. Curran states the choice is Josh Gordon’s to make: To make history or be history.Mike Reiss points out the limited risk for the Patriots acquiring the talented Josh Gordon.Matt McCarthy talks about Josh Gordon being worth a chance because the talent is tantalizing. If Gordon manages to get on the field, he could change the makeup of this offense in a remarkable way.Evan Lazar says acquiring Josh Gordon is well worth the risk for the Patriots.Doug Kyed breaks down Josh Gordon’s full potential in New England.Andrew Lykins (BostonSportsExtra) Bill makes his move.Michael Hurley sees equal parts risk and desperation in Gordon acquisition.Ryan Hannable thinks the trade is more about the Pats’ desperation at WR and the mistakes made in the offseason.Nick O’Malley tells us Josh Gordon’s hamstring has been cleared for Week 3.Tom E. Curran relays Jason McCourty who says the best comparison for Josh Gordon is Julio Jones.NBC Sports Boston notes long-time veteran Matthew Slater just wants ‘to be there’ for Josh Gordon.Ryan Hannable resets the Patriots WR depth chart following the trade.Matt Vautour believes that how New England bounces back from the Jacksonville loss will determine their 2018 fate.Andrew Callahan hears from Tom Brady how the Patriots have to win a ‘hugely important’ game next week in Detroit.Ryan Hannable notes WEEI guest Bill Belichick praised Tom Brady’s decision making when discussing Jacksonville’s coverage of Rob Gronkowski’s .Doug Kyed’s Patriots-Jaguars film review: How Josh Gordon can help the Pats.Zack Cox notes the Patriots are well aware they have to fix their defense of crossing patterns or opponents will exploit that weakness all season long.Ross Gienieczko notes Bill Belichick isn’t second-guessing that fourth-quarter punt.Evan Lazar goes over ten things we learned from the loss to the Jaguars. 1. Jaguars offense dominates with a terrific game plan.Steve Balestrieri (PatsFans) Patriots dismantled by the Jaguars 31-20; Three up, three down.David Heim (PatriotsWire) 5 takeaways from Patriots loss to Jaguars. 1. Injuries mounting.Mike Reiss notes how the Patriots need to rise to the challenge when Rob Gronkowski gets taken out of a game.Rich Garven details how the Jaguars used jams and double teams to take away Gronk.Devon Clements (PatriotsWire) Bill Belichick: Patriots are ‘better than what we showed’ in loss to Jaguars.Zack Cox puts together a head-spinning list of all the Pats’ moves at wide receiver this season.Joy Manning (BostonSportsChick) Are tacky receiver gloves out of control?Ross Gienieczko Patriots Notebook: Patriots pass rush sluggish vs. Jaguars.Rich Garven Patriots Journal: Defensive struggles amplified on third down.Michael Hurley calls attention to the alarming breakdown of protocol surrounding the handling of Patrick Chung’s concussion.Bill Reynolds wonders if time has caught up with the Patriots. Kevin Duffy takes out his angry red Sharpie and issues his Week 2 Report Card.NATIONAL NEWSJosh Alper (ProFootballTalk) Report: Patriots send fifth-round pick for Josh Gordon.Dave Archibald (InsideThePylon) /From August 29, 2016/ Why does Bill Belichick hate the fifth round?Conor Orr (SI) If Josh Gordon doesn’t work with the Patriots, Bill Belichick won’t hesitate to move on.Danny Heifetz (The Ringer) Of course the Patriots traded for Josh Gordon: As New England’s history shows, these types of high-profile signings are more likely to disappoint than not.Dan Graziano (ESPN) What we learned in Week 2: Will the Josh Gordon lottery ticket pay off?Mary Kay Cabot (Cleveland.com) Browns trade Josh Gordon to the Patriots for a 5th-round pick: “The Browns preferred to keep him out of the AFC, but opted for the highest bidder.”Pat McManamon (ESPN) Josh Gordon’s Browns legacy: Wasted opportunity.E.J. Zarett (Sporting News) Tom Brady discusses Patriots’ trade for wide receiver Josh Gordon.Darin Gantt (ProFootballTalk) Patriots cut Corey Coleman to create roster spot for Josh Gordon.Josh Alper (ProFootballTalk) Bill Belichick: We just have to do a better job.Danny Kelly (The Ringer) Blake Bortles, the Vikings’ receiving duo, and the game-changing plays from NFL Week 2.Dan Graziano (ESPN) Let’s overreact to Week 2 in the NFL: Mahomes will break records.Robert Mays (The Ringer) The Starting 11: Blake Bortles and Ryan Fitzpatrick are 鈥?for real?Riley McAtee (The Ringer) Blake Bortles and the Jaguars are the AFC’s team to beat.Bill Barnwell (ESPN) The NFL’s weird return to fun Tom Brady Jerseys 2019 , and the reasons (and players) behind it.Kevin Seifert (ESPN) QB protection penalties are way up, and the NFL has a problem.Seth Walder and Hank Gargiulo (ESPN) Best and worst QBs of Week 2: Allen, Darnold disastrous in losses.Danny Heifetz (The Ringer) A power ranking of Week 2’s bad kicking days. Stephen Gostkowski tied for 9th.Michael David Smith (ProFootballTalk) Group of Hall of Famers demands an annual salary and health benefits. ATLANTA (AP) — Julian Edelman was forced to watch only as a spectator as his disappointed New England Patriots teammates trudged off the field a year ago as Super Bowl losers.Catch after catch in this one, Tom Brady's favorite wide receiver helped make them winners again."It's pretty surreal," Edelman said, shaking his head. "Tough times don't last, tough people do. I preach that, and, I guess you have to live to it." Edelman certainly did Sunday night, earning Super Bowl MVP honors with 10 receptions for 141 yards while helping lift the Patriots to a 13-3 victory over the Los Angeles Rams."My name was called," he said. "I was asked to make a couple plays and we were able to do that."Edelman and Brady made one final connection — at midfield with confetti flying around them. They embraced for several moments — eyes filled with the tears of champions."The hug was just two Bay Area boys that love football, love to compete and are living out our dreams Rob Gronkowski Jersey ," Edelman said before taking a second to clarify one small detail."I think he held me," the bushy-bearded Edelman said with a big grin. "I didn't hold him."It was an incredibly satisfying ending to a big-time comeback season for Edelman, a guy considered by Brady to be like a little brother — some teammates even jokingly say they have a "bromance" — and widely regarded as one of the greatest slot receivers in league history.And, he was at it again against the Rams.Reliable and steady. All night long."He's a fighter, man, that kid," Brady said. "I'm just so proud of him. He's been an incredible player for this team in the playoffs and he just cemented himself, again, in the history of the NFL for what his accomplishments are."Even when things weren't working early for the Patriots, Edelman kept the offense going and the clock rolling as a safety valve for Brady. Eight of his catches were for first downs , including a 13-yard grab during the go-ahead touchdown drive with 7 minutes left in the game."Julian always gives us those kinds of plays," coach Bill Belichick said. "Tough plays Womens Elandon Roberts Jersey , tough catches, catch-and-run plays, breaking tackles for a few extra yards. He did a tremendous job."It has been a long journey back to this point for Edelman, who missed all of last season after tearing a knee ligament in New England's third preseason game.What he did in this Super Bowl was exactly what the Patriots' offense was missing in last year's 41-33 loss to Philadelphia."I mean, injuries are psychologically so hard for an athlete because you don't get to do what you love to do," Edelman said. "When your team's going out there and playing in the Super Bowl and you don't get to help or you were not a factor, it was definitely very tough."Edelman was forced to sit out the first four games of this season for violating the NFL's policy on performance enhancers.And, then, it was uncertain as to whether the 32-year-old receiver would be as productive and effective as he had been throughout his career with the Patriots.Turned out, he was as good as ever.Not bad for the one-time quarterback at Kent State who became the right-hand man for arguably the NFL's greatest signal-caller."Oh, man, I am so proud of Jules http://www.patriotslockerroom.com/authentic-devin-mccourty-jersey ," fellow receiver Chris Hogan said. "I don't really have a lot of words to describe what Julian did today. Where he has been and what he's had to battle and what he has had to overcome, I'm really proud of him."Edelman finished the regular season with 74 catches and a team-high 850 receiving yards with six touchdowns. He kept it going through New England's first two playoffs games, hauling in 16 catches for a team-high 247 yards.The Patriots led the Rams just 3-0 at halftime, but Edelman was a big reason for that. He tied a Super Bowl record with seven of his catches in the first two quarters for 93 yards as New England outgained Los Angeles 195-57. Edelman also tied Dallas' Michael Irvin for the second-most 100-yard receiving games in the postseason with six, just two behind Jerry Rice's NFL record."He's an elite player," Rams defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh said. "He plays hard, found some holes in our defense in the first half and pretty much the third quarter."Brady had won four of the MVP awards in the Patriots' previous five Super Bowl victories.It seemed only fitting that Edelman walked off the field with this one.Yep, little brother came up big on the biggest stage."I'm pretty ecstatic," Edelman said. "I'm emotionally pooped. I'm physically and emotionally pooped."
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