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2012 NFL Draft: Potential Patriots – Defensive Line

As the 2012 NFL Draft approaches, the New England Patriots have some glaring needs. One of those needs, as many will agree, is at Defensive End. With the losses of Mark Anderson and presumably Andre Carter, the Patriots will need to fill the void left by their two best pass-rushers. The Patriots have never truly […]

Valentine-Management Power Struggle Already Defining Red Sox Season

In the middle of November, hopeful managerial candidate Dale Sveum met with Ben Cherington in Milwaukee. He was joined in the meeting by owners John Henry, Tom Werner, and President of Baseball Operations Larry Lucchino. Cherington had already met with Sveum once, and the second meeting undoubtedly served as a way for Cherington to present […]

BenJarvus Green-Ellis Signs With Bengals

Former Patriots running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis signed a three-year deal Wednesday with the Cincinnati Bengals. The financial details of the contract have yet to be released. As Green-Ellis makes his exit, it has left many Patriot fans wondering: who is going to carry the ball in New England? Why would they left Green-Ellis leave? The […]

Patriots 2012 Off-Season Priorities: Defensive Ends

In an off-season that perhaps is even more exciting than last year’s lockout-shortened free agency period, the Patriots have plenty of needs. None are bigger, however, than wide receiver and defensive end. Let’s now take a look at defensive end. You will hear people say over the next few days that the Patriots don’t really […]

Patriots 2012 Off-Season Priorities: Wide Receivers

In an off-season that perhaps is even more exciting than last year’s lockout-shortened free agency period, the Patriots have plenty of needs.  None are bigger, however, than wide receiver and defensive end. Let’s first look at receiver. Last season, we saw a soon-to-be 33-year-old Deion Branch get even older right before our eyes, totaling only […]

By Blaming Dim Lights at MSG, Tim Thomas Just Made Excuses… Again

Yes, Tim, the lights at Madison Square Garden are different than in any other arena in the NHL.  Yes, Tim, the reason Henrik Lundqvist was able to thwart the Bruins offensive attack may have been because he’s played at MSG all season and has gotten used to this unfavorable lighting. But no, Tim, the lighting […]