Denver Broncos defeat New England Patriots, 17-7

The NFL last night finalized its plans to have the Patriots and Seahawks play a 2007 preseason game in Beijing, with the contest scheduled for Wednesday, Aug.

8.

The game will be broadcast live in the United States on NBC, starting that day at 8:30 a.m. EST.

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, who made the announcement at Gillette Stadium, called the game ``historic in many ways."

It marks the NFL's first game in China, and will be played one year to the day that the ...

It was a big week at the Razor. Mick Jagger and Keith Richards Wednesday. Jake Plummer and the Broncos defense last night. Beasts of burden, one and all.

For the third time in a calendar year, and the fifth time since 2001, the Patriots saw Denver orange and morphed into the US Ryder Cup team, dropping a dreadful 17-7 decision at the hands of the Broncos. The Patriots dominate the rest of the NFL but stubborn Mike Shanahan simply won't sign on to the theory that he's su...

The NFL's best home team since 2002 delivered a dud last night.

Unable to generate a consistent rushing attack, having a field goal blocked for the second straight week, and with their defense twice victimized by the big play, the Patriots dropped a 17-7 decision to the Denver Broncos at Gillette Stadium.

``The big thing is that we got outcoached and outplayed," said Patriots coach Bill Belichick. ``They did a better job than we did, that's obvious. We weren't able t...

There was no back-breaking interception, no ill-advised read, no Champ Bailey interception this time for Tom Brady. His demise was more subtle last night. Just another frustrating Sunday under center at the controls of the Patriots' not-ready-for-prime-time passing game.

Brady was 31 of 55 for 320 yards and a touchdown, but it wasn't enough as New England fell to Denver, 17-7, at Gillette Stadium. The loss dropped Brady to 1-5 against the Broncos, his worst record again...