A bombshell was dropped in the form of a damning report of dissent and unrest in New England Friday morning. The 'Patriots way' has always seemed to value tight lips when around the media and tight locker rooms when faced with controversy. Spygate and Deflategate strengthened the Patriots' resolve on their way to more Super Bowls and now, on the verge of another playoff run, New England's cohesiveness is being called into question.

ESPN's Seth Wickersham chronicles the breakdown of communication, trust and maybe even the self-security of the greatest quarterback of all-time. Was Tom Brady giving Jimmy Garoppolo the cold shoulder because he felt threatened? Did he force Patriots owner Robert Kraft into trading the backup QB because he feared for his job?

Oh yeah, and the NFL playoffs start this weekend. ESPN's Freddie Coleman is in to answer all the questions we have: