2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
1-1, 2nd in AFC East
3m

Bears-Seahawks recap; Josh Gordon trade

The crew weighs in on the Bears' defense, Carson Wentz's return and hit the waiver wire. Plus, what does the Josh Gordon trade mean for other Patriots WRs?

39m

The Right Time: Bo on Vontae quitting, Gordon to the Pats and more

Bomani lets loose on Vontae Davis retiring mid-game (:39) as well as the Browns giving up on Josh Gordon and sending him to New England (17:29). Plus, kicking the 0-2 teams while they're down (31:14), a fresh edition of IYHH (44:22) and your stories of when you "quit" your job mid-shift just like our man Vontae (55:38).

Stephen A. doesn't see Gordon as a good fit in New England (1:44)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

In his weekly on Westwood One Radio on "Monday Night Football", Tom Brady said of Josh Gordon: "I hate to make projections and expectations. That's not fair. I've never met Josh personally, just like I hadn't met some of the guys that have come in the last couple of weeks. We'll see how it goes this week. Hopefully he can work hard and put the team first, and end up helping us in any role that he can find for himself on the team."

Gordon's starred in New England before (0:25)
Hasselbeck: Gordon can be 'significant addition' for Patriots (1:02)
0:41

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Duron Harmon recalls Josh Gordon's success vs. Pats in ‘13.

21h

Barnwell Show: Sando talks Week 2, including Mahomes & Rodgers

Bill and Mike Sando discuss the dynamic start to Patrick Mahomes' season (1:54), the tie between Minnesota-Green Bay as well as Aaron Rodgers' play in it (12:55), Dan Bailey heading to the Vikings (22:24), the Jaguars beating the Patriots (29:32) and which division leaders are showing the most promise (39:08). Plus, will the Earl Thomas situation get resolved soon (59:44)?

0:33

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

WR Phillip Dorsett ends with a smile when talking about Josh Gordon.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

In his day-after-game conference call, Bill Belichick didn't seem to have any regret on the decision to punt on fourth-and-inches; the ball was on the Patriots' 18-yard line, there was 8:01 remaining, and the Patriots trailed by 11 points. Belichick cited the time remaining as one key factor in the decision, noting that he felt the Patriots would get at least two more possessions. He also liked the field position created on the punt, even though it wasn't covered as well as it could have been (16-yard return).

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Bill Belichick: "We're better than what we showed yesterday, but that's what it was yesterday. So we have to work harder to improve it. That's what we'll do."

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Why did the Patriots take the football after winning the opening toss when they usually defer? One nugget that I picked up from the locker room after the game is that the thinking was to have the wind in their favor in the fourth quarter in case a game-winning kick was needed. There were gusts up to 25 miles per hour at TIAA Bank Stadium.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Defensive snap breakdown: Jason McCourty (53) replacing Eric Rowe (17) after the second series at CB highlights one personnel switch to see if it carries into this week.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Offensive snap count breakdown: Just 61 total offensive snaps, down from 75 in the opener. Cordarrelle Patterson's 27 highlights how it became a 3-WR game once team fell behind.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots quick-hit personnel thoughts from 31-20 loss to Jaguars: UP — CB Stephon Gilmore, TE Jacob Hollister, RB James White; DOWN — CB Eric Rowe, LB Ja'Whaun Bentley, LB Dont'a Hightower, DE Adrian Clayborn.

0:19

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Eric Rowe on benching: "It hurts, but I wasn't getting the job done."

Brady says he had a 'bad day' vs. a good team (0:36)
Hogan reels in two Brady TDs (0:35)

Team Stats

Passing Yards243.518th
Rushing Yards102.0Tied-18th
Points For23.5
Points Against25.5Tied-20th

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