Siragusa: Patriots beat themselves Sunday

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Siragusa: Patriots beat themselves Sunday

Ex-NFL lineman Tony Siragusa doesn't mean to rain on Buffalo's ecstasy parade in the wake of their team's victory over New England, but he doesn't think it was a case of the Bills beating the Patriots on Sunday.

He thinks it was more a case of the Patriots beating themselves.

"I think it was more New England than it was Buffalo," the Fox Sports NFL analyst said Monday on 'The Dan Patrick Show'.

"I don't want to take anything away from Buffalo, but some of the passes, the tipped balls, and some of the catches . . . that I think could have been catches that were up in the air that all of a sudden they're turnovers going the other way, I think the Patriots could have done a little better to help themselves."

Ex-Pats Podcast: Defending Le’Veon Bell; Antonio Brown’s Facebook Live mishap

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Ex-Pats Podcast: Defending Le’Veon Bell; Antonio Brown’s Facebook Live mishap

Dan Koppen, Jerod Mayo, and Mike Giardi discuss the upcoming AFC Championship game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Jerod Mayo draws up a plan for defending running back Le’Veon Bell. Antonio Brown’s Facebook Live controversy is also broached.

2:30 Recapping the win over Houston

6:09 Improving pass protection vs Steelers

8:18 Antonio Brown’s Facebook Live controversy

13:00 Defending Le’Veon Bell

17:35 Importance of tackling vs Steelers and Ben Roethlisberger

20:19 The rivalry with Pittsburgh

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