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Patriots travel to Baltimore for AFC Championship Rematch with Ravens

After the first-ever home-opening loss at Gillette Stadium, New England looks to bounce back in primetime Sunday night against the Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium in a rematch of the 2011 AFC Championship. The Patriots were heavy favorites against the Arizona Cardinals at home last week, but failed to reach the end zone until the […]

Patriots Sign Olympic Silver Medalist Jeff Demps

Olympian Jeff Demps is going from England to New England. The former Florida Gator running back and current member of the USA Olympic track team signed with the New England Patriots Friday, according to an ESPN report. Apparently he wanted to remain patriotically decked out in the red, white and blue.

Patriots Release WR Chad Ochocinco After Failing to Trade Him

Naaman Roosevelt. Andrew Hawkins. Jordan Norwood. These are three receivers that the casual NFL fan has most likely never heard of. But also, they are three receivers that each had more catches than Chad Ochocinco had last season. The New England Patriots released Ochocinco Thursday, after just one season with the team. ESPN’s Adam Schefter […]

Celtics Even Series, Beating Heat in Game 4 Overtime Thriller

The Boston Celtics held on and evened the Eastern Conference Finals at two games apiece with an overtime win over the Miami Heat, 93-91, Sunday night. The Celtics nearly let the win slip away, blowing an 18-point first-half lead.

Heat Pull Away in Second Half, Take Game 1

The Miami Heat defeated the Boston Celtics, 93-79, at AmericanAirlines Arena Monday, taking a 1-0 series lead in the Eastern Conference Finals. Celtics Start Slow Less than 48 hours after the Celtics clinched their series win over the Philadelphia 76ers, they took the floor in Miami to face the Heat. The quick turnaround seemed to […]

Garnett Leads Celtics to Series-Clinching Win

The Boston Celtics clinched their first-round series against the Atlanta Hawks Thursday, winning a thriller Game 6 at TD Garden, 83-80. Kevin Garnett led the way for Boston, scoring 28 points and adding 14 rebounds.

Celtics Fall to Hot-Shooting Knicks

Led by Carmelo Anthony’s triple double, the hot-shooting New York Knicks defeated the Boston Celtics, 118-108, Tuesday at Madison Square Garden. The game resulted in a season-split between the teams. The Knicks improved to 14-5 under interim coach Mike Woodson.

Rondo’s Triple-Double Helps Celtics Hand Heat Worst Loss of Season

The Boston Celtics won their eighth straight game at home and fifth overall Sunday, blowing out the Miami Heat, 91-72. Rajon Rondo shined on the national stage, picking up his NBA-leading fifth triple-double of the year with 16 points, 14 assists, and 11 rebounds. Rondo helped hand the Heat their worst loss of the season. […]

Avery Bradley Leads Celtics Past Wizards

Just two days after the emotional head injury to Mickael Pietrus, the Celtics returned to action Sunday, defeating the Washington Wizards 88-76. The win completed Boston’s season sweep of the Wizards, who fell to a woeful 11-37 record. It was also the C’s sixth straight at home, improving their record to 17-8 at the TD […]

Tim Tebow Traded to Jets

The Tim Tebow saga is about to start a new chapter. The Denver Broncos traded the polarizing quarterback to the New York Jets Wednesday on a day filled with NFL headlines. The deal sends Tebow and a seventh-round pick to New York for a fourth and a sixth-round pick, according to the Denver Post.

Harvard Makes First NCAA Tourney Since 1946

While the buzz of “Linsanity” has died down considerably in the past weeks, there is still reason to talk about Harvard basketball. The Crimson men’s basketball team is going to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 1946 after winning the first outright Ivy League championship in school history. The tournament appearance comes just […]

Celtics Handle Blazers 104-86

Coming off the worst loss in the “Big Three” era, the Celtics delivered a beat down of their own, dominating the Portland Trail Blazers 104-86 Friday night at the TD Garden. Boston jumped out to a 27-17 lead after the first quarter behind a balanced offensive attack. Led by Rajon Rondo (8), all five Celtics […]

C.J. Spiller Filling the Void at Running Back For Buffalo

After Fred Jackson was placed on injured reserve, the starting running back spot was placed in the hands of C.J. Spiller. While losing Jackson was a devastating blow, Spiller is doing his best to fill the void. Jackson was on pace for his best season as a pro by far before breaking a bone in […]

Denver’s Von Miller Nears Rookie Sack Record

While Tim Tebow has been getting all the attention for Denver’s 7-1 record in the last eight games, a lot of credit is due to an improved Broncos defense and rookie linebacker Von Miller. Denver selected Miller with the second overall pick in the 2011 draft. Miller rose up draft boards after strong pre-draft performances […]

Trekking Backwards: Colts on the Road to Winless Season

While the Green Bay Packers are garnering attention in their quest to go undefeated, there is another team on an 11-game streak: the Indianapolis Colts. Unfortunately for Indianapolis, their streak is going in the opposite direction. The Colts are the last remaining winless team in the NFL with a record of 0-11. They are trying to […]