Keidel: Patriots Dynasty In The Age Of Free AgencyWith their fifth Super Bowl title, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick's Patriots have made the most remarkable run in NFL history.
New England Patriots: Road To The Super BowlNo NFL franchise has been as successful as the New England Patriots this century, but the outlook for the 2016 season was dim with the announcement that the team would be without quarterback Tom Brady for the first four games of the year. However, the organization overcame its star QB's league suspension, and the Patriots finished with the best record, the best scoring differential and the best scoring defense in the NFL on their way to an seventh Super Bowl appearance since 2001. This is how they got here.
Keidel: Patriots Winning Without GronkRob Gronkowski is the Patriots' second-most indispensable player, and the team has won despite his season-ending injury.
Keidel: Ranking Bill Belichick Among Great NFL CoachesPatriots head coach, Bill Belichick, may be the greatest coach in NFL history, especially given this era of parity and free agency.
Keidel: Tom Brady Should Not Win 2016 NFL MVPBrady doesn't get to miss 25 percent of the NFL season and qualify as its best player, even with the TD-Interception ratio record.
Report: Josh McDaniels Wants To Succeed Bill BelichickPatriots offensive coordinator and former Broncos head coach Josh McDaniels isn't appearing on a list of recommended head coaching candidates.
Keidel: Seahawks-Patriots Super Bowl Rematch Worth The HypeThe Seahawks-Patriots winner in Week 10 won't get a Lombardi Trophy, but they might be the Super Bowl favorite come February.
Keidel: Can Steelers Win Without Big Ben?Tom Brady and Pats visit Pittsburgh this weekend to face a Steelers team led by Landry Jones, who replaces the injured Ben Roethlisberger.
Are The Patriots The Best NFL Team Of This Generation?The New England Patriots, which haven't had a losing season since 2000, always seem to survive and thrive on adversity.
More Tributes Made To Manning, Including Colts Owner Jim IrsayTributes poured in from around the country on Sunday following the news that legendary quarterback Peyton Manning will retire after 18 NFL seasons.
Column: 'Peyton's Place' Moves From Center Stage To SidelineHe's called his last "Omaha!" Humbled by age and confronted with a script even he couldn't flip, Peyton Manning called it a career some two weeks shy of 40.
Like Elway, Manning Has Chance To Tie Things Up With A TitlePeyton Manning could be taking that same walk into the sunset as John Elway did. He has a chance to win his second Super Bowl, peel off his white Broncos jersey and never come back.

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