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2013 Fantasy Football Preview: Patriots Edition

Bill Belichick is notorious for giving Fantasy Football owners headaches season after season. This is because you never know which player(s) he is going to revolve his game plan around. His system is designed to find a mismatch, not pad anyone’s stats. Fantasy owners shouldn’t count on this strategy changing any time soon. In his […]

2013-2014 New England Patriots Position Preview: Tight Ends

The new NFL season is rapidly approaching, and the Patriots seem to be dropping like flies. In fact, the offense especially is losing its most potent targets for Tom Brady; good thing he can make anyone look good. If there was ever a time for another AFC East team to take over dominance, it’s now. […]

With Aaron Hernandez Gone, Fantasy Owners Should Hope Jake Ballard Can Ball

After Aaron Hernandez was released by the Patriots on Wednesday, Jake Ballard, who now projects to start at tight end for the Patriots, tweeted for the first time in almost a week: “Do you like a little kick in your coke Do you like it goin’ up in smoke Do you like it on a […]

Boston Sports Fans Face Adversity in Month of June

Disappointing, shocking, and agonizing are just some of the ways to describe the past month for Boston sports fans. In a decade when Boston dominated the sports scene with seven championships and 29 playoff berths, earning the nickname Title Town, it seemed our teams were invincible to the drama and epic fails experienced by other […]

Report: Police Question Patriots Tight End Aaron Hernandez in Potential Murder Investigation

Details are beginning to emerge about a possible connection between New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez and the body of a 27-year-old man that was found in an industrial park not far from the player’s home in North Attleboro. Sources have told ABC news that a 2013 Chevrolet Suburban with Rhode Island plates that […]

More Surgery Scheduled for Gronk

The New England Patriots started their OTA’s recently, but a big presence was missing for these practices. Rob Gronkowski, who recently had a fourth forearm surgery on May 21, was handed some more bad news recently, which has Patriots fans worried. Gronk will have to undergo another surgery in mid to late June, only this […]

Patriots Should Sign Ex-Raven Pollard

On Wednesday, the Baltimore Ravens continued dismantling its Super Bowl Champion roster (so painful to type) by releasing strong safety Bernard Pollard, the seventh player lost from last year’s team. Now that the Ravens’ leading tackler is on the market as a free agent, the New England Patriots shouldn’t hesitate for a second to sign that man. But […]

Photo: Rob Gronkowski Partying Shirtless at LSU Bar

Rob Gronkowski barely played this season while nursing two separate forearm breaks, but the large ugly cast on his arm isn’t stopping him from returning to the party scene. This week, Gronk went from New Orleans (the site of this year’s Super Bowl) to Baton Rouge to party with some LSU coeds. Here’s what it […]

Notes and Observations from the Divisional Playoffs: Patriots Advance Beating the Texans 41-28

There was a ton of talk heading into this game. Everyone expected it to be a close game after the Patriots embarrassed the Texans in Gillette back in week 14. However it was more of the same as the Patriots showed the rest of the NFL that they are the class of the league. First […]

Rob Gronkowski out for Playoffs – Another Surgery Needed

Rob Gronkowski went down in the first quarter of the game, trying to catch a pass out of bounds. He landed on his left wrist and was in visible pain on the sidelines. After being surrounded by several trainers, he headed to the locker room, presumably for X-rays.

Notes and Observations from Week 17: Patriots 28, Dolphins 0 – Patriots Clinch #2 Seed

The Texans lost to the Colts in the early afternoon games which set the Patriots up to control their own destiny to gain a first round bye in the playoffs. Playing against the Miami Dolphins nothing is a guarantee. The Patriots needed the win to guarantee the first round bye. First Half – Being slightly […]

Notes and Observations, Week 16: Patriots Escape Jacksonville with 23-16 Win

Going into Jacksonville Sunday, the Patriots already had their playoff spot figured out. They will most likely be the third seed unless somehow the Broncos and Texans fall apart in the final two weeks. They had three major starters out with Rob Gronkowski, Brandon Spikes, and Alfonzo Dennard all not making the trip. The Patriots […]

Week 14 Notes and Observations: Patriots Rout Texans 42-14

Monday night’s game was pegged as the game of the year. It definitely lived up to the hype…for Patriots fans. They out-played the Texans in every aspect of the game, and now control their own destiny for the No. 2 seed in the playoffs. Also keep in mind if the Patriots win the rest of […]

Week 13 Notes and Observations: Patriots Clinch AFC East with 23-16 Win Over Dolphins

Playing in Miami is never an easy game for the Patriots. Sunday was no different, especially with the chance to clinch the division.  The Dolphins played the Patriots very well on both sides of the ball, but especially defensively. – Brady had only been sacked 15 times the entire season coming into the game. He […]

Patriots 49, Jets 19: Notes and Observations from Week 12

To start this off I hope everyone enjoyed a happy and a healthy Thanksgiving with good people and good food. There is plenty to be thankful for from family and friends to good health. However what I am most thankful for is the New York Jets. Without them, the AFC East would be a lot […]