Patriots’ QB situation could be in flux with Giants up next

Bill Belichick has told all three quarterbacks on the New England Patriots’ roster to be ready to start Sunday against the New York Giants in East Rutherford, N.J. The coach who brought six Lombardi Trophies to New England is facing more scrutiny and speculation about his own future than ever before, as he and the Patriots (2-8) deal with the realities of a lost season. Belichick benched Mac Jones in favor of Bailey Zappe for

Patriots overseas trying to seize season, crash Colts in Germany

Not to be confused with Brady vs. Manning, NFL fans in Germany will be treated to another matchup of popular NFL teams when the sub-.500 New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts play Sunday in Frankfurt. After the NFL came to Germany for the first time last season, Frankfurt received a turn with games in consecutive weeks. Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Miami Dolphins 21-14 there last week. The Patriots (2-7), the

Commanders’ eyes now fully on future — and Patriots

Although they may have found their quarterback of the future, the Washington Commanders are still very much in the process of rebuilding. After shipping out their top two pass rushers at the trade deadline, the Commanders will begin a somewhat new era on Sunday when they travel to Foxborough, Mass., to face the New England Patriots. Washington (3-5) was a seller on Tuesday, dealing Montez Sweat to the Chicago Bears for a 2024 second-round pick

Dolphins look to rebound, host streaking Patriots

The Miami Dolphins have had little trouble beating lesser opponents but haven’t defeated a team that currently possesses a winning record. Miami (5-2) will look to continue its success against the dregs of the NFL when it battles the AFC East-rival New England Patriots Sunday at Miami Gardens, Fla. The Dolphins’ five wins this season have come against squads with a combined 8-25 record and a lowly .242 winning percentage. The Patriots (2-5) are one

Patriots try to heat up vs. Raiders in coach, mentor matchup

Familiar faces with similar problems look to lead their respective teams to victory Sunday when the New England Patriots visit the Las Vegas Raiders. Let’s start with Patriots head coach Bill Belichick, who has seen his struggling team average an NFL-worst 11.0 points per game this season. New England (1-4) has been outscored a staggering 72-3 over its last two games and gone 34 consecutive drives without scoring an offensive touchdown. Belichick, however, confirmed Wednesday