New England Patriots
Marshawn Lynch never got a chance from the 1-yard line, and the Seahawks paid for it.
The duo of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick won their fourth Super Bowl ring.
What once seemed like a fleeting dream, has become a reality, largely in part to these huge moments that set the New England Patriots on a course for Super Bowl glory.
Both sides presented their initial cases Thursday.
In a way, New England is both guilty and innocent.
There has been plenty of Super Bowl drama already this week.
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The Patriots have denied wrongdoing in this absurd story.
Five days after learning that the American Football Conference championship game was played with deflated footballs, here is what we know:
The split-screen drama performed by the Patriots has our nation scratching its head.
The Patriots have denied any knowledge of deflating footballs in the AFC title game.
New England’s not the first and won’t be the last to look for every possible advantage.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick denied any knowledge of his team using deflated footballs in the AFC title.
Did the New England Patriots cheat in their conference championship game? There’s reportedly new evidence today that footballs were deliberately under-inflated.
The Patriots made it look easy in advancing to their sixth Super Bowl of the Belichick/Brady era.
New England will face Seattle in the Super Bowl.
New England’s offensive line will need to step up its game without its starting center.
The Indianapolis Colts remain healthy heading into Sunday’s AFC Championship game against the New England Patriots in Foxborough. Vontae Davis and Greg Toler expected to play.
After knocking out the Denver Broncos, 24-13, last weekend, the Indianapolis Colts need to focus on key areas to defeat the New England Patriots on Sunday in Foxborough.
New England head coach Bill Belichick warns that Indianapolis is now a much better team than a few weeks ago.