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If the Playoffs Started Today – NFL Week 4

It seems like only yesterday we were all excited for the NFL season to finally begin. Now, it’s already a quarter over. The season has already been filled with some massive surprises. The Falcons are 1-3. The Chiefs are 4-0. New England is working smoothly with its rookie receivers. The Texans are sliding. Detroit is […]

Kansas City Chiefs Player Commits Suicide at Arrowhead Stadium

According to ESPN, an unknown Kansas City Chiefs player has committed suicide at the team facility in Arrowhead Stadium. The player reportedly fatally shot his girlfriend before driving to the stadium and killing himself. The player’s identity has not been released. Early reports suggested the player was linebacker Jovan Belcher (who has been declared dead […]

Green Bay Packers on Track For The Perfect Season

Aaron Rodgers marched the Packers down the field for a game-winning field goal against the Giants in under a minute. It only took two plays to get down the field, that must be a scary thing for NFL teams. That win gives the Packers a 12-0 record so far with four games remaining. Usually undefeated […]

New England Patriots Report Card: Week 11

The Kansas City Chiefs threw everything but the kitchen sink (unless you count Jerrell Powe) at the New England Patriots Monday night, hoping to disrupt Tom Brady early on and keep the game close late. It worked for about 20 minutes, but the Patriots eventually solved the Chiefs’ defense. The end result: a 34-3 Patriot […]

Patriots Defend Home, Silence Kansas City Chiefs 34-3

The New England Patriots (7-3) may have once again struggled in the opening half, but a strong final 30 minutes propelled the team to a 34-3 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs (4-6) on Monday Night Football at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass. Defense Continues to Show Improvement The Patriots defense that consists of many unknowns continues to develop […]

First Half Analysis: Swarming KC Chiefs Keeping it Close

UPDATE: The Patriots defeated the Chiefs 34-3. Brady passed for 234 yards and Rob Gronkowski had two touchdown receptions. More on the game later. *** It wasn’t pretty early for the Patriots, but the AFC East leader take a 10-3 lead into the half. The first quarter had its share of “what the” moments. We […]

Twitter Party: Join Us For Patriots-Chiefs Coverage

It’s Monday Night Football! Join us on Twitter as we’ll be tweeting throughout the game; play-by-play, interesting tidbits, up-to-the minutes stats, and other comings and goings during the contest. 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 […]

Patriots Will Attempt to Build Momentum Against Chiefs

After snapping a two-game skid last Sunday against the Jets, the Patriots will try to start a winning streak when they face the 4-5 Kansas City Chiefs on Monday night. The Chiefs will be without starting quarterback Matt Cassel due to a hand injury that will require the former Patriot clipboard-holder to undergo surgery. Pittsburgh graduate […]

AFC East Roundup: Buffalo Bills Continue to Falter

Well, it’s been an interesting week — to say the very least — for the AFC East. The festivities kicked off Thursday when Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos bested the New York Jets, 17-13. The loss came off the heels of a 37-16 loss to the Patriots, where New England regained the first place […]

Scott Pioli: The Reason For Kansas City’s Turnaround

This week, the Kansas City Chiefs will head into Gillette Stadium for a Monday Night Football matchup against the New England Patriots.  While former Patriot, Matt Cassel will not play due to a hand injury, the game will still be a homecoming for former Patriot executive and current Kansas City GM Scott Pioli. Pioli was […]

Not So Happy Reunion: Matt Cassel Out Against the Patriots

Three years ago the little-known career backup, Matt Cassel, stepped in after the injury to a future Hall of Fame quarterback. Three years ago, it was Cassel who led the Patriots to an 11-5 record — including an undefeated December. Three years ago, it was Cassel who became a fan favorite in New England after […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NFL Week 9

The NFL season is entering its latter half, and the race is just as exciting as ever. Two divisions have a three-way tie for the lead, and another has the third team half a game back. Both conferences have a division with three teams currently in the playoff bracket; a division has only finished that […]

If the Playoffs Started Today – NFL Week 8

The season’s about half-way over, and we’ve got a few serious contenders, a few who are losing for Luck, and a good portion still fighting within their division for position. This past week has given us a new AFC leader, confirmed enthusiasm for San Francisco and given us a reason to be bearish about New […]

Patriots sign 34-year-old Pro-Bowl guard Brian Waters

One day after the Patriots released pro-bowl safety Brandon Meriweather, the team announced the signing of another pro-bowler along the offensive line Sunday. Adam Schefter, of ESPN, tweeted that five time pro-bowl guard Brian Waters has joined the Patriots. Waters, 34, started 149 of 163 games he has appeared in since 2000 with the Kansas […]

Mike Vrabel Retires, Joins Ohio State Coaching Staff

Linebacker Mike Vrabel, a player who helped anchor the Patriots’ dynasty defense of the 2000′s, is hanging up the cleats and grabbing the clip board. The 35-year-old retired from the NFL on Monday and agreed to join the coaching staff at his Alma Mater, THE Ohio State University. “During his Patriots career, there was no […]