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Patriots Beef Up Pass Rush by Signing Shaun Ellis

Bill Belichick is really committed to improving his defensive line this offseason. Sunday saw yet another addition to the pass rush as New England inked a deal for lifelong Jets DE Shaun Ellis. The deal is pending a physical. Ellis is as reliable as they come when it comes to other defensive ends. He has missed […]

Patriots Interested in Jets Free Agent Shaun Ellis

Starting with the surprising trade for Albert Haynesworth, much attention has been paid to the Patriots defensive line. Soon after trading for Haynesworth, the Patriots released veteran defensive end Ty Warren, who recently signed with the Broncos. Since then, the two biggest questions surround the D-line are: Will Haynesworth return to his dominant ways, and […]

Rex Ryan Puts “Foot” Down, Asks Other Teams to Beat Patriots

Rex Ryan is a lot of things: He’s motivational. He’s emotional. He’s charismatic. He’s creepy. But he’s also paranoid, and lacks self-confidence. “What’s that last thing you just said? Lacks self-confidence, are you effing kidding me,” you rave,  “This dude’s a boisterous clown with the self-confidence of Ron Jeremy and Justin Timberlake…combined.” You’ve been duped, and […]

From “Motivated” to Retired: Randy Moss to Hall of Fame?

The More Things Change, The More They Stay the Same On July 14, Joel Segal, Randy Moss’ agent, claimed the mercurial wide receiver is in great shape, motivated, and ready to contribute to a Super Bowl contending team. “He is determined, motivated and quite frankly has a huge chip on his shoulder. Whatever team ends […]

Cris Carter: Randy Moss Turned Down 1-Year Deal From Patriots

ESPN’s Cris Carter is reporting Randy Moss declined a one-year deal to return to New England this season before opting to retire. Moss has expressed interest in returning to Foxboro, but the sides struggled over the length of the contract. Moss demanded a multi-year deal, and the Patriots only wished to retrieve his services for […]

Jets Lose Interest in Moss, Avoid Disaster

It’s been an interesting week for former New England Patriot, Minnesota Viking, Tennessee Titan and Oakland Raider Randy Moss. On Monday, Boston Globe reporter Greg Bedard reported that the New York Jets were interested in signing the free-agent wide receiver. Less than 24 hours later, Fox Sports reporter Adam Schein tweeted that the Jets had […]

Deadspin: Mark Sanchez, 17-Year-Old “Hook Up”

If you’re a guy, more often than not, you like ‘em young. If you’re a girl, you like ‘em older, wealthier, and more powerful. If you’re Mark Sanchez, the 24-year-old bachelor quarterback of the New York Jets, you definitely like ‘em young. Early on during the “Hard Knocks” days, 39-year-old backup quarterback Mark Brunell saw […]

Video: Mark Sanchez Wipes Booger On Mark Brunell

I know it was cold and he may have been crying prematurely because the Jets lost to the Steelers in the AFC Championship Game, but come on, Mark! That’s just gross! The title says it all. Here’s the video:

Belichick v. Ryan: A Coaching Rivalry

It’s coach versus coach now. Belichick versus Ryan. After a tumultuous, competitive season in the AFC East, Boston sports fans have been introduced to a rivalry that is relatively unheard of in a city that loves its sports rivalries. As Boston sports fans, we are subjected to a variety of different rivalries sustained by media […]

Patriots-Jets Game Leads to Epic Typo In New Orleans Times-Picayune Newspaper

All the heartache you may be feeling after Sunday’s Jets-Patriots divisional round playoff game can be summed out by this ridiculous typo in the New Orleans Times-Picayune. What probably was filler before editors worked out a headline (or they meant to do this…?), the paper published: “Jets Patriots jumphead goes herey barllskdjf fkdasd fg asdf.” […]

2010 Game of the Year: Patriots Beat Jets 45-3

To conclude our series of Awards for the year that was, we bring you what the SoB staff voted as the top game of 2010. Ironically, the Patriots-Jets rematch in Week 13, a 45-3 beatdown of the Jets in Foxboro, tops the list. This is ironic, of course, considering the Jets returned the favor, crushing […]

Big Words, Bigger Deeds: Jets Defense Stymies Brady, Patriots 28-21

For six straight days, the New York Jets did nothing but talk trash, building up their third match this season against the New England Patriots while putting down the Patriots themselves. At times, their talk was goofy, at times it was nasty, at times it was threatening. But all of it would have been for […]

Patriots Keys to Victory: Divisional Round vs. Jets

Things played out quite nicely for the No. 1 seed New England Patriots (14-2) in the wildcard round of the AFC playoffs. The Baltimore Ravens, a team the Patriots would like to avoid for as long as possible, dismantled the Kansas City Chiefs 30-7, earning them a ticket to Pittsburgh. Meanwhile the New York Jets, […]

Rex Ryan Feet-ured on Metro Cover

Whether Rex Ryan can handle it or not, this “foot fetish” report will not go away. Boston’s free Metro newspaper took a swipe at Rexy, featuring the Jets coach with dozens of bare feet with the title “Why The Pats Will De-Feet The Jets.” The newspaper then goes on to point out spas while Rex […]

The Patriots: A Hornets Nest the Jets Poke at Own Peril

Ever since Monday, we’ve all been subject to what the media calls the “War of Words” between the New York Jets and the New England Patriots. But is it really a war if one side attacks and the other side doesn’t respond? Perhaps this should be re-named the “Bay of Pigs Invasion of Words,” or […]