// Recap

Tale of Two Halves: Fierce Comeback not enough to beat San Francisco

Ah, Sunday Night Football, just another weekend where the New England Patriots are on the national stage. Last Monday, the Patriots embarrassed the Houston Texans, and many believed that momentum would carry into Sunday night against, arguably, the best team in the NFC. This game had all the signs of being one of the best heavyweight fights in […]

Patriots Rout Texans in a Battle of AFC’s Best

In the Boston Sunday Globe, writer Dan Shaughnessy predicted a blowout victory for the Patriots. He made the same prediction on 98.5 the Sports Hub, and all week I heard people bashing him for making an egregious prediction in a game between two football powerhouses. He ended up being absolutely correct as New England was […]

Quick Reaction: Patriots Clinch AFC East in Less-Than-Inspiring Victory

The Patriots wrapped up the AFC East in the first week of December, but this will not be the biggest takeaway from this team on the day. New England played groggy at times, and sloppy on the field. It was enough for a win, and the Patriots will head to the playoffs as AFC East […]

Red Sox Finally Win! Aceves Nails Down Save in 9th

The Boston Red Sox finally earned their first win of the 2012 season on Monday night, defeating the Toronto Blue Jays, 4-2. Sox starter Felix Doubront pitched five innings, giving up two runs and striking out six, but received the no-decision. Fellow Venezuelan Henderson Alvarez was better, going six deep while giving up just one […]

BC Comeback Falls Short; Lose to Northwestern 24-17

Northwestern backup quarterback Kain Colter filled in quite nicely for injured starter Dan Persa, leading the Wildcats to a 24-17 victory over Boston College in Saturday’s season opener at Chestnut Hill. Colter threw completed 17-of-24 attempts for 197 yards and ran for 71 more in the Wildcats’ first victory since they lost Persa when he […]