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If the Playoffs Started Today – NFL Week 11

Coming up on Thanksgiving, the Lions will actually have a meaningful game. Both conferences are still in heated races for seeding, with the AFC turning upside down week by week. The Packers and 49ers are still the best of the best, but other teams are on the rise, too. Much has been made lately of […]

New England Patriots Report Card: Week 6

For the first 25 minutes the New England Patriots had the ball against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 6, they played sloppy, uncreative football. But down three points with 2:31 left in the game, Tom Brady led a precision air-strike that culminated in Brady’s 8-yard bullet to Aaron Hernandez in the end zone, completing yet […]

Brady Leads Patriots to 20-16 Comeback Win Over Dallas

The Patriots won their 20th straight regular season home game pulling off a 20-16 victory over the Dallas Cowboys Sunday afternoon. The win propels the Patriots to 5-1, and back on top of their division while sinking the Cowboys to 2-3. The game was surprisingly defensive oriented for a game featuring the NFL’s No. 1 […]

Tony Romo: Destined for Greatness or Goatness?

Since he made his debut on Sunday night football in 2006 Tony Romo has been under intense scrutiny, the kind of scrutiny that comes hand in hand with being quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys. Upon taking the starting job from Drew Bledsoe, Romo’s on the field performance has been picked apart by every so-called sports […]

Join us Live on Twitter For Patriots vs. Cowboys Coverage

For Sunday afternoon’s game between the Patriots and Cowboys, SoB will be tweeting throughout the game. Follow us on Twitter to get the latest updates from the game. You can write to us on Twitter @sportsofboston and during the game we will retweet your opinions, thoughts and concerns. Don’t have a Twitter account? No problem. […]

Patriots Prepare for Shootout with Cowboys

The New England Patriots will take on the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday in a inter-conference battle at 4:15 at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. Last Time Out The Patriots were able to overcome their January AFC Divisional loss to the Jets, beating New York 30-21 at Gillette. Dallas was on their bye last week, but […]

Looking Back: What If Dez Bryant was a Patriot?

It’s been a year and five games since the 2010 draft and while it’s still too early to judge how successful a draft class is in such a short time, so far the Patriots class of ’10 looks terrific. While many of the players from that draft haven’t accomplished much as of now, the trio of […]

DeMarcus Ware Strikes Fear into Opponents

When the Patriots host the Cowboys on Sunday they will face the former Cleveland Defensive coordinator Rob Ryan who held them to just 14 points last year. But while the Patriots may have a sense of Ryan’s strategy from viewing the tapes from last season, they have some new challenges to prepare for on Ryan’s new […]

2010 NFL Predictions: NFC East

As usual, the NFC East is probably the most difficult division to forecast.  The Redskins made some moves that could really go either way, and the exciting young Eagles will definitely entertain.  The Cowboys have remained in-tact while adding the draft’s most exciting play in Dez Bryant.  Throw in a healthy Giants team and you […]

The Couch Potato Report: Supersized Edition

Nobody likes a whiner. So I won’t start off this week’s “Couch Potato Report” whining about why there wasn’t a “C.P.R.” last week. I won’t tell you that my awkwardly big feet kicked the switch of my surge protector underneath my computer, powering down my PC and leaving my unsaved, nearly completed article left as […]

The Couch Potato Report: Touchdowns, Tiger, and the first TJ

People call this time of year “the dog days of summer.” Looking back at the last few weekends of televised sports, I’d have to agree… there have been some definite dogs in there. But finally, this weekend, the best televised sport of them all returns to the air waves. I speak of course, about football. […]

NFC East Fantasy Preview

Your competition is already working hard at building a winning fantasy team… are you? Fantasy football draft preparation should be in full swing by now for you die hards out there that are hoping for a successful 2010 season. Today, I bring you the second installment of my divisional fantasy previews, with the spotlight shone […]

Beasts of the East Defeat Best of the West in NBA All-Star Game

The Eastern Conference All-Stars defeated the Western Conference All-Stars 141-139 in front of the largest crowd to ever watch a basketball game. A record 108,713 NBA fans descended upon Cowboys Stadium to watch the best athletes in the world (the U.S. Basketball team – plus Dirk Nowitzki, Steve Nash, and Pau Gasol) put on a […]

NFL Playoff Picture: Divisional Round

Well, the Patriots might be out of the running for a Super Bowl appearance, but there are still eight other teams going strong. Four teams in each conference will be matched up this weekend to see if they have what it takes to get to their championship game. Expect everything, including the kitchen sink, being […]

NFL Power Rankings: Make Your Super Bowl Pick

All the hard work from the regular season has come down to this: the playoffs. Four teams will get a rest, while eight others will play do-or-die games in the Wild Card weekend. Right now, Sports of Boston’s top football minds have ranked the remaining 12 teams and who they will see in the Super […]