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Report: Patriots don’t plan on cutting Alfonzo Dennard

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The Patriots didn’t wait long after tight end Aaron Hernandez was arrested to cut him from their roster, but it doesn’t look like cornerback Alfonzo Dennard will face the same fate. 

According to Ben Volin of the Boston Globe, the Patriots do not plan to release Dennard as a result of his July 11 arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol. That charge is obviously less severe than the murder charge that Hernandez is facing, but it comes with a history of previous run-ins with the law for the second-year cornerback.

Dennard was arrested just before the 2012 draft for assaulting a police officer, a charge that contributed to his drop to the seventh round. Dennard was sentenced to 30 days in prison, which he’s set to serve next March, but he’s facing a hearing into whether he violated the probation that was also part of his sentence for that crime. That hearing will be held on July 31, which falls during training camp and could complicate Dennard’s availability.

Whether or not that happens, Dennard could face discipline from the NFL. Volin reports the Patriots are prepared for that eventuality and the outcome of legal proceedings could presumably change the Patriots’ stance on keeping Dennard. 

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93 Responses to “Report: Patriots don’t plan on cutting Alfonzo Dennard”
  1. joetoronto says: Jul 19, 2013 11:28 AM

    Do the right thing and cut the turd.

  2. youarejealousof6rings says: Jul 19, 2013 11:30 AM

    The Patriot Way.

  3. olcap says: Jul 19, 2013 11:32 AM

    Of course not! Look, putting your hands on the wheel of a vehicle and driving when you are plastered drunk is no comparison to holding a loaded, ready to fire gun at someone…

    Sure people sadly and wrongly end up dead in both cases, but you have to have more heart for the alcohol-drinking killers than for the gun toting killers.

  4. bchapman2011 says: Jul 19, 2013 11:32 AM

    Everybody was praising the Patriots because they cut Hernandez several weeks ago. Sorry to break it to you but the only reason they did it was because they knew he in so much trouble that he would never be able to help them win a game again. Had he only been facing a year suspension they would have never released him despite what they say.

  5. sschmiggles says: Jul 19, 2013 11:34 AM

    Still can’t believe this guy put himself in that situation after what happened with Hernandez. What a moron.

    He better be able to prove he wasn’t drinking that night or he’ll be in jail for violating probation and the Pats will probably be out a starting cornerback.

    That would be a pretty big blow. He’s a physical man-to-man corner, which is what the Patriots have needed for years. We better hope Dowling or Logan Ryan can play at a similar level or we’ll be looking at the same crappy secondary we’ve had since 2008.

    This unit was finally starting to look solid until he got arrested (again).

  6. jackdaniels1 says: Jul 19, 2013 11:34 AM

    OK, so the Pats should ‘do the right thing’ and cut the man but when the next team picks him up on the waiver wire, and some team will, it’s considered a ‘great pick-up’. Bunch of meatballs!!

  7. lgbarn says: Jul 19, 2013 11:36 AM

    People forget that this is a business. The decision wasn’t hard for the Patriots to cut Hernandez when they new how serious the charges were. This case is totally different and I don’t blame them at all and I’m not a Patriots fan by any stretch of the imagination.

  8. trollingforjustice says: Jul 19, 2013 11:36 AM

    more exchanging of jerseys?

  9. hrmlss says: Jul 19, 2013 11:37 AM

    ….until he kills someone….

  10. theuglitruth says: Jul 19, 2013 11:38 AM

    “We don’t condone murder….but drinking and driving is perfectly fine” – Mr. Kraft

  11. bmoreravens1012013 says: Jul 19, 2013 11:38 AM

    Stay classy New England!

  12. mackcarrington says: Jul 19, 2013 11:39 AM

    Selective punishment. It shouldn’t matter what the charge is. Getting arrested should be enough reason to release him.

  13. marima07 says: Jul 19, 2013 11:40 AM

    Dennard shouldn’t be treated the same way as Hernandez. Let him have his day in court.

    By the way, are there any calls yet for the Broncos to fire their two executives for their DUI arrests? No?

    Tom Heckert and Matt Russell are not only old enough to know better but are in positions of leadership and should be held to even higher organizational standards than players.

  14. bennyb82 says: Jul 19, 2013 11:41 AM

    If he was truly suspected of DUI, he would have been given a blood test after whatever happened with the breathalyzer. This case reeks of the police trying to create a problem when there was not one to begin with. I understand why the police were probably upset with him only getting 30 days for assaulting one of their own, but that does not give them the right to abuse their power. If fewer situations occurred where police overstepped their boundaries, I think more people would respect them. After all, they are supposed to protect and serve the public…not their own interests.

  15. securb2013 says: Jul 19, 2013 11:41 AM

    Will Kraft say he was ‘duped” when this kid screws up the third time?

  16. mjdkid100 says: Jul 19, 2013 11:41 AM

    youarejealousof6rings says:
    Jul 19, 2013 11:30 AM
    The Patriot Way.

    —————-

    Very original. I havent read this 4500 times in the last 3 weeks. Good thing you made sure to post it here.

    Also, coming for a Steeler fan, its pretty funny considering Harrison beat his wife up, Plaxico, Big stupid Ben, Santonio Holmes, Ta’amu, etc…hypocrite.

  17. fryeways says: Jul 19, 2013 11:42 AM

    Why should they cut him? This arrest was based on something every team in the league faces every year, and rarely is someone cut for it. They don’t have to cut everybody with behavioral problems just because Hernandez turned out to be a psychopath.

  18. mrpresident50 says: Jul 19, 2013 11:47 AM

    Report: The Patriots are looking into OJ Simpson once release from prison. Sources say he lives “The Patriot Way” and will help build the team camaraderie.

  19. 561bengal says: Jul 19, 2013 11:53 AM

    It’s not like he killed anyone.

  20. citizenstrange says: Jul 19, 2013 11:53 AM

    Whether or not that happens, Dennard could face discipline from the NFL.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Well if it’s up to Goodell I would say that there is a much better chance that any and all evidence will be destroyed immediately rather than him discliping his precious Patriots. When did you ever see a lapdog bite its master?

  21. ampats says: Jul 19, 2013 11:53 AM

    Why would the Patriots cut him? He was charged with “Suspicion” of driving under the influence because as Dennard claims,he passed the tests and therefore was charged with suspicion because of staddling two lanes. The whole Lincoln Nebraska PD link seems suspicious.

    Usually I would assume most DUI arrests do not include “suspicion” since it sounds like the Lincoln PD has some questionable charges.

  22. facetooth says: Jul 19, 2013 11:55 AM

    I would have had more interest in reading this if it were about Alfonso Ribeiro.

  23. nepo784 says: Jul 19, 2013 11:55 AM

    The Polian way. Pay-tree-otts

  24. tedmurph says: Jul 19, 2013 11:55 AM

    It will be interesting to see if the Pats feel the same way if his probation is revoked, he goes to jail, thus missing camp, and then gets suspended. I don’t think you can set a precedent by cutting every NFL player that gets arrested for DUI before the case plays out. There also may have been some extenuating circumstances because it was the same police force. That being said, Dennard putting himself in the 1rst position by being out late a wk before a draft where he’s a 2nd rnd prospect, and then being out late in the same town the 1rst incident happened, are so monumentally stupid I wouldn’t wait for the next stupid thing to happen. Get rid of him, he was pretty good, not great last yr. They have Dowling coming back and they drafted Logan. They have options.

  25. jcmeyer10 says: Jul 19, 2013 11:57 AM

    Let a fan whose team is innocent cast the first stone. Until then, be easy being hypocritical.

  26. 561bengal says: Jul 19, 2013 11:57 AM

    The Patriots have surpassed my 2005 Bengals in scumbaggery.

  27. allhailkingflacco says: Jul 19, 2013 11:59 AM

    Amazing but not surprizing. It was an easy decision to cut the killer and come out looking like they’re “doing the right thing”.

    When faced with a dificult decision the Patriots do what all teams do: Bury their heads in the sand, period.

    And I really don’t care, just thought I would point out the obvious.

  28. abqpacker says: Jul 19, 2013 12:02 PM

    He wasn’t even formally charged. You’d cut a guy because he swerved across the center line while driving?

  29. 1590t says: Jul 19, 2013 12:06 PM

    Typical.

    If Hernandez had gotten bail and was able to play the Patriots would probably not have cut him. While they said all the right things with Hernandez it was really a moot point as he was not going to be playing FB any time soon.

    With Dennard he is not in jail and able to take the field, so………. his job is safe until he cannot perform to the Patriots’ liking between the lines.

    The Patriots, and I am a fan of theirs, simply talk a good game – plain and simple.

  30. brazzz01 says: Jul 19, 2013 12:08 PM

    They should cut Brady because is nothing without Spygate.

  31. belichickdominatedjoemontana says: Jul 19, 2013 12:08 PM

    Nor should they. He wasn’t prosecuted for anything. It’s all “suspicion” in the same city where he had a run in with police officers last year.

    The Rams kept a convicted DWI who killed a St Louis woman Susan Gutweiler.

    I’m not justifying DUI. However, if the Patriots would have cut Dennard…it would have just been a knee jerk reaction to the Aaron Hernandez craziness.

  32. jeffreyshulenburg says: Jul 19, 2013 12:10 PM

    “Report: The Patriots are looking into OJ Simpson once release from prison. Sources say he lives “The Patriot Way” and will help build the team camaraderie.”

    Simpson will be joining the team as RBs coach. Asks why cant fat old felon teach young people how to run?

    (As a Buffalo fan, im glad our felonies were out of the way in the 90s. We may not have been “good” lately, but I think our last arrest was over 2 years ago, on a dui. Buffalo may be at the bottom, but we have more class than the rest of the AFC East)

  33. electricamishpat says: Jul 19, 2013 12:11 PM

    Robert Kraft is going to do the right thing. For the duration of Dennard’s contract, he will be his designated driver. Sources are not commenting on what happens if Dennard gets a contract extension.
    #$$$$$$$$

  34. tim8450 says: Jul 19, 2013 12:12 PM

    So a suspicion of DUI offense should be a “you lose your job and career” offense worth hundreds of thousands of dollars? Used to be the cops would just give you a ride home.

    Give me a break.

    I guess it is still really fun to pile on the Patriots but this is getting ridiculous. He should pay the same price, if convicted, as any other citizen, plus a game or two suspension and be in the NFL substance program, nothing further.

  35. brazzz01 says: Jul 19, 2013 12:15 PM

    The Patriots signed a guy last year who was convicted of DUI manslaughter, so why would they cut this guy.

  36. brutus9448 says: Jul 19, 2013 12:15 PM

    of course not. he hasn’t murdered anyone yet and belicheat needs to win.

  37. drewsylvania says: Jul 19, 2013 12:19 PM

    “He wasn’t prosecuted for anything”

    He was convicted of assaulting a police officer and sentenced to probation.

  38. rhamrhoddy says: Jul 19, 2013 12:21 PM

    bchapman2011 says:
    Jul 19, 2013 11:32 AM
    Everybody was praising the Patriots because they cut Hernandez several weeks ago. Sorry to break it to you but the only reason they did it was because they knew he in so much trouble that he would never be able to help them win a game again.
    ______________

    Who praised them? They cut ties with an alleged murderer.

    Yeah there are acknowledgments floating around that cutting him was the right thing to do but that’s pretty much just common sense.

    Just because someone doesn’t type “The Patriot Way” or “Stay Classy New England!!” doesn’t necessarily mean that they are heaping undue praise on the Pats.

    Don’t worry, everything will be okay.

  39. ColtsWinColtsWin!! says: Jul 19, 2013 12:22 PM

    If he would have killed someone by drinking and driving I could definitely see the comparison here and would also recommend he be cut. However, he should be suspended and if he doesn’t put some work into changing then I would definitely say cut him. Everyone makes mistakes, sometimes you get lucky and your mistakes don’t have dire consequences, in those times you learn from them, rebuild and move on.

  40. mpops86 says: Jul 19, 2013 12:24 PM

    Such a double-standard the Patriots are held to.

    The Broncos had two members of their front office drive PLASTERED. Nothing but “sorry” from the Denver crew.

    Pacman Jones beat a(nother) woman up in a parking lot and he’s just another story in the long, troubling history of Cincinnati Bengals getting in trouble.

    Josh Brent actually retired before the Cowboys disciplined him for killing a teammate.

    Ben Roethlisberger committed acts of sexual assault but continues to be gainfully employed by the Steelers (his only suspension coming from the league).

    …and yet, because Aaron Hernandez did something (or things) so incredibly awful that no one could have seen it coming, the Patriots are supposed to enact a higher moral code than the other 31 clubs?

    Besides, the circumstances around this arrest are very, very sketchy on the police’s part. “Suspicion of DUI” but no breathalyzer result? And they didn’t do a blood test? From the very police department that has reason to hold a grudge against him? Unless they have hard evidence, these charges should be dropped.

  41. rally411 says: Jul 19, 2013 12:24 PM

    “Why should they cut him? This arrest was based on something every team in the league faces every year, and rarely is someone cut for it.”

    Making a blanket statement like that makes patsie fans come off even more ignorant. But let’s say you’re right. By the same measure when the patsies cut Aaronthal, the entire NE community were creaming themselves because they “did the right thing.” Who’s talking now?

    Don’t mistake your team for being classy, having a classy owner or coach or having a speacial “way” of doing things. They’ll do whatever they feel helps them- whether it’s lie, cheat or employ turds like Dennard to try to win a game.

    Other teams may act similarly but NE is the one shining example that comes to everyone’s mind when doing all of the above WRONG things. There was no chance of Aaronthal helping them this year so he was cut. The authorities aren’t coming after Dennard, so he still has a job.
    Plain and simple.

  42. pftfan says: Jul 19, 2013 12:28 PM

    Double standards for the good ol’ Patriot Way.

    Whatever happened to their scout’s famous quip: “Doesn’t this team do background checks?”

    Now, the Patriots and their fans are suddenly all about due process, legal rights etc.

    Give me a break!

  43. jolink653 says: Jul 19, 2013 12:31 PM

    All you people criticizing the Patriots for this are total hypocrites…every team in the NFL has players who have been arrested for and convicted of drunk driving, and when it’s your players who get caught, I never hear any of you calling for them to be cut…and he got arrested on suspicion of drunk driving in the same city in which he punched the cop, so you know they’re out looking to get him anyway they can and probably wouldn’t be afraid to embellish how much he drank

  44. thegonz13 says: Jul 19, 2013 12:39 PM

    What do you have to do to get cut by the Patriots, kill someone ?

    oh, wait…

  45. len462 says: Jul 19, 2013 12:41 PM

    One arrest prior to the DUI one constitutes a history of off field problems? I think it qualifies as a problem, not a history of them.

  46. j0esixpack says: Jul 19, 2013 12:44 PM

    I’m glad so many hypocritical fans hate the Patriots – that’s what happens when a team has an unprecedented string of success in a the salary cap/free agency NFL era

    Until then the double standards of other team fans expecting the Patriots to cut guys when their own teams wouldn’t will continue

    The Cowboys keep a guy on the roster who killed someone in a DUI… So did the Rams

    Dennard – who almost assuredly has a car and licence plate well known by the Lincoln Police Department, is under “suspicion” of DUI – so obviously he should be cut.

    There’s hypocrisy here – but it’s mainly coming from the fans of teams who keep convicted players, but want the Patriots to cut a guy “suspected” of DUI by a police department that holds a big grudge against Dennard.

  47. jetsoptimist says: Jul 19, 2013 12:45 PM

    Makes you wonder why Tom Brady dropped to the 6th round, really. Jk

  48. eeaburl says: Jul 19, 2013 12:45 PM

    Not only should he not have been drafted in the first place, he should be sitting in prison right now. Any other person assaulting a law enforcement officer would have received a much harsher sentence than just 30 days. This is crazy what this world has come to. And that is a New England Patriot fan of 20 years saying this. Nobody should be above the law. Nobody!! I guarantee even this scumbag Hernandez will get off. I guarantee you if this would be an ordinary no name person who executed someone, he would be put up on capital murder instead of possibly only receiving 2nd degree.

  49. sfm073 says: Jul 19, 2013 12:46 PM

    As I said before, why would any team care if a few players get in a little bit of trouble as long as they’re productive players. The pats are paying this guy nothing and he’s a quality a young player. Who cares if he misses a few games of a 4 year contract?

  50. clemenza58 says: Jul 19, 2013 12:48 PM

    I hate the Patriots. Having said that, it is hypocritical to pick on just them when run ins with the law are a league wide problem. Sure some incidents are bigger than others but no one should be keeping score on the number of arrests per team or the severity of each incident.

  51. jetsoptimist says: Jul 19, 2013 12:51 PM

    I don’t believe he should be cut untill the legal process plays out. If every team cut a player that has a DUI before convicted, there would be alot of ppl without a job.

  52. dudermcrbohan says: Jul 19, 2013 12:53 PM

    a history of previous run-ins with the law

    he had one (1) run in. Plural=/=Singular.

  53. al40110 says: Jul 19, 2013 12:56 PM

    mpops86 when was Big Ben convicted of anything?

  54. chiadam says: Jul 19, 2013 12:56 PM

    Patriot Way Manual:
    Don’t drink and drive, ever.

    OK, if you do drink and drive, just don’t kill anyone.

    OK, if you do kill someone, just don’t do in intentionally.

  55. tkm678 says: Jul 19, 2013 12:57 PM

    bmoreravens1012013 says:Jul 19, 2013 11:38 AM

    Stay classy New England!
    _________________

    I take by your name your a Ravens fan

    Patriots cut those who murder

    Ravens make them the face of the franchise

    Who is classy now?

  56. titansbro says: Jul 19, 2013 12:58 PM

    Kraft is a liar. I would have no problem with this if Kraft hasn’t come out & said they would be changing the way they evaluate players. 2 days later that statement is put to the test by a kid who punched a cop 1 week before the draft & before even serving his 30 day jail sentence gets popped for DUI. And you aren’t going to cut this guy?

  57. cri33 says: Jul 19, 2013 1:03 PM

    Goodell needs to get to work and clean up the league; both the players and the staff need to be disciplined to get the message across. So far in this league practically anything short of being accused of murder is tolerated. DUI’s, assault and battery, etc…not a big deal. Slap their hand and give them a little fine and tell them to get back to work. It’s all about winning. As long as a team is winning (practically) it’s forgive and forget. And the more “valuable” the player the more he gets away with.

  58. rushmatic says: Jul 19, 2013 1:08 PM

    Good. It would be a silly thing to do.

  59. tech831 says: Jul 19, 2013 1:11 PM

    No not yet we will wait till he kills someone, the Patriot way!

  60. twilson962 says: Jul 19, 2013 1:18 PM

    It’s not like he kill someone

  61. beerndrums says: Jul 19, 2013 1:20 PM

    I don’t think the police will release the breathalyzer results because he refused to take one…if I remember correctly

  62. drewsylvania says: Jul 19, 2013 1:24 PM

    Bottom line: haters will continue to hate the Pats, regardless of what they do.

  63. patriotinvasion says: Jul 19, 2013 1:26 PM

    Is there anything more played out then the “Stay classy…” line?

    This is football, not croquet.

  64. jeffsnow7 says: Jul 19, 2013 1:27 PM

    i mean he didnt kill anyone

  65. jiggy3198 says: Jul 19, 2013 1:28 PM

    I guess they don’t feel dooped by him. Hypocrites

  66. wwwmattcom says: Jul 19, 2013 1:37 PM

    @ olcap

    More sympathy for an alcohol related murder?

    I hope you are joking.

  67. Ridley Me This says: Jul 19, 2013 1:44 PM

    Wouldn’t he be the first person in the NFL to get cut because of a DUI?

    I’ve never seen it happen. Anyone have an example?

  68. dynaco says: Jul 19, 2013 1:44 PM

    youarejealousof6rings says:
    Jul 19, 2013 11:30 AM
    The Patriot Way.

    —————-

    Very original. I havent read this 4500 times in the last 3 weeks. Good thing you made sure to post it here.

    ———————————————-
    4501:
    The Patriot way
    Stay classy

  69. sschmiggles says: Jul 19, 2013 1:52 PM

    Had he only been facing a year suspension they would have never released him despite what they say.
    _______________________

    Oh right, because murder is totally the same thing as suspicion of DUI.

  70. ibottpsgoldpants says: Jul 19, 2013 1:52 PM

    The Patriots signed Donte Stallworth…after he killed someone driving drunk. And to think the Bengals get a bad rap.

  71. flash1283 says: Jul 19, 2013 1:54 PM

    patriotinvasion says: Jul 19, 2013 1:26 PM

    Is there anything more played out then the “Stay classy…” line?

    This is football, not croquet.

    That and the “he’s overrated” when its a player or a team they don’t like.

  72. azarkhan says: Jul 19, 2013 1:55 PM

    Poor, silly Patriot haters. They’ll use any excuse to engage in a circle jerk.

  73. hughesdesign2013 says: Jul 19, 2013 1:55 PM

    I love hearing the outrage about this. I’ve heard and read many comments from professional broadcasters and writers saying the Patriots need to cut Dennard. Yet if they did, every other team in the league would put a waiver claim in for him.

    So basically, it’s ok if Dennard plays for another team, just not the Patriots.

  74. Patskrieg dot com says: Jul 19, 2013 1:56 PM

    In the best case scenario…

    Dennard goes to court at the end of the month. The state drops the charges due to lack of evidence (aka police lying and don’t want to push the envelope on the claim that he passed the breathalyzer test twice). No cut. No suspension. Dennard doesn’t have to hear about it from anyone except the expert lawyer/GM/humanitarian population of PFT commenters.

  75. i10east says: Jul 19, 2013 1:58 PM

    The Pats LOL Hahahaha!!!!

  76. mugsymagpie says: Jul 19, 2013 1:58 PM

    youarejealousof6rings says:
    The Patriot Way. Hmmm, you’re center supports a murderer. You’re former running back when he was with you sympathized with Osama Bin Laden. And, your starting QB needs to settle “out of court” with women (meaning more than one) due to substantiated allegations of rape and sexual assault. And lastly, watch “Cocaine Cowboys” you’re entire offensive line was on cocaine. The Steeler Way.

  77. jetsoptimist says: Jul 19, 2013 1:59 PM

    Is there anything more played out then the “Stay classy…” line?

    I hear you loud and clear and I kinda agree, but I think “Buttfumble” might have a slight edge! I despise the recycled jokes, try to be somewhat original.

  78. jimmymarlinsfan says: Jul 19, 2013 2:00 PM

    Pats fans defending their team’s shenanigans is absolutely hilarious. Just admit it, Kraft and Belichick would sign anyone and I mean anyone if it meant winning one more game or making one more wooden nickel.

    When the facts come out when Krafty dies and people within the organization start to talk, we will see the Patriot way as being one of the most dispicable things in modern sports history.

    Congrats on the winning, still doesn’t change that they are an organization of losers

    Signed,
    10 miles from Foxborough

  79. giantssb42champs says: Jul 19, 2013 2:00 PM

    Very original. I havent read this 4500 times in the last 3 weeks. Good thing you made sure to post it here.
    ————-
    Right but what about the 10,000 times we heard it from u and other patsies fans when it was said to explain what a great organization it supposedly was??? Then it was ok?

  80. crownofthehelmet says: Jul 19, 2013 2:04 PM

    Whew! His was the jersey I traded for my Hernandez.

  81. rally411 says: Jul 19, 2013 2:23 PM

    “I’m glad so many hypocritical fans hate the Patriots – that’s what happens when a team has an unprecedented string of success in a the salary cap/free agency NFL era”

    You couldn’t be more wrong, sparky.

    That’s what happens when your “Unprecedented success” is based on cheating, lying & having the league Commissioner acting unethically to the extent that it favors your team & does a gross injustice to the office he works for.

  82. lanman11 says: Jul 19, 2013 2:27 PM

    Much different circumstances. We don’t even know if he was DUI or not, and it’s not like he has been obstructing a murder investigation. It’s something every team has players getting arrested for. If you look at the total arrests for each team, you will find that including Hernandez and Dennard, the Patriots have had 15 since 2000, which is in the lower 25% versus teams that have up to 40 arrests in the same period. The Patriots players do a better job than most at staying out of trouble. Besides, every other NFL team would take a flyer on this kid and he is likely to grow into a very good corner if not a star corner. He needs to mature a bit. So do many other 23 year old’s.

    His 30 days is in county, not PRISON. He’ll likley serve 3 weeks. Don’t be so dramatic.

  83. patriots123456 says: Jul 19, 2013 2:30 PM

    Everytime something is posted about the Patriots, out comes the pack of “nutty like norks banging their sippy cups”.

    How long can you keep ducking reality?

    They are a great team year in and year out, too bad, get used to it.

    The ongoing obsessive jealousy is very amusing. If not entertaining.

    Blah blah blah, blah….

  84. flash1283 says: Jul 19, 2013 2:40 PM

    jimmymarlinsfan says: Jul 19, 2013 2:00 PM

    Pats fans defending their team’s shenanigans is absolutely hilarious. Just admit it, Kraft and Belichick would sign anyone and I mean anyone if it meant winning one more game or making one more wooden nickel.

    When the facts come out when Krafty dies and people within the organization start to talk, we will see the Patriot way as being one of the most dispicable things in modern sports history.

    Congrats on the winning, still doesn’t change that they are an organization of losers

    Signed,
    10 miles from Foxborough but extremely jealous!

  85. dean919929 says: Jul 19, 2013 2:57 PM

    You know who won’t be able to watch the patriots lose the AFC east this year? ..The guy Aaron Hernandez murdered.

  86. bubbybrister/shovelpass says: Jul 19, 2013 3:08 PM

    stay classy patriotinvasion and joesixpack.
    afterall, thats the patriot way, isn’t it?

  87. jimmymarlinsfan says: Jul 19, 2013 3:41 PM

    Flash,
    I’m a Dolphins fan. I totally understand how difficult fandom is when your team slides in obscurity. We are witnesses to Lebron’s greatness and the Patriots going another 40 years without anyone up here giving a damn. It’s ok buddy. At least Krafty got paid, right?

  88. harrisonhits2 says: Jul 19, 2013 3:54 PM

    It’s funny that the Pats haters have become so rabid and ridiculous in their claims and accusations that other fans are actually starting to defend the Pats because the Pats haters are so moronic that everyone is becoming sick of their hypocritical vitriol

  89. bighurt228 says: Jul 19, 2013 4:38 PM

    Hey other 31 NFL team fans…..we Are the Patriots. Our Patriot Way has been kick ass, run up the score and take no prisoners. If the opponent can’t stop you….bury them till their broken. We have, and we will continue to beat all your sorry franchises asses. When Brady retires we have Mallett waiting to fire his passes. When will all you losers who come on this site crying this and that, get out of your mothers basements and realize the whole league right now is full of drunken fools, wife beaters, sexual assaults, rapists, and now a possible murderer. Get use to it. It seems this is life as we know it in the NFL. No team…..get that…..NO team is without its stain. The only people to blame, are the fools who work their asses off, then pluck down 500 to go to see a game at one of the mostly public built stadiums.( except Foxborough). When these games are not sellouts and the owners arent lining their pockets, maybe then will goodell have to cleanup this modern NFL. So can everyone quit with the idiotic fingerpointing and let’s get on to another season where the Patriots are figured in the mix to win another Lombardi Trophy. The Patriot Way is all about winning, we make no excuses as we have a decade of proof. What has your sorry ass team done in the last decade??. Thought so!!

  90. dlk47823 says: Jul 19, 2013 5:30 PM

    Are Pats fans so delirious that they believe they are in the Lombardi mix this year? This offense will be lucky to fight for a 500 season and Brady will struggle mightily. Its the year of reckoning- The NE Way will now be mediocrity.

  91. dlk47823 says: Jul 19, 2013 5:38 PM

    My favorite NE season had to be 2010-11 when the might Pats went 14-2 and LOST TO THE JETS IN FOXBORO WHILE tommy got bloodied.
    That’s the Regular Season champ Pats we all know and love! Here’s to another 9-7 team winning the SB….Giants have done it twice since NE last won. All the regular season wins mean nothing when your D is not good enough in the Playoffs.

  92. patsfan13 says: Jul 19, 2013 8:37 PM

    Dennard wasn’t in an accident, nor was anyone injured. I would bet that a very large majority of the posters have gotten behind the wheel after having a couple of drinks, thinking they were not even buzzed. All you need is a burnt out license plate light to be pulled over. Cop smells alcohol, you’ve had it. Doesn’t take much to go over .08. But there is no legal way to test for tolerance. But what I’m trying to say, is be honest with yourself, and admit that you have done it.

  93. redsox711 says: Jul 19, 2013 10:15 PM

    If you release every NFL player who gets arrested you wouldn’t have enough players left to make up a team.

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