If someone asked you to compile a list of the top 3 things in New England what would your answer be? Tom Brady. Clam Chowder. David Ortiz as a very close third would be my answer. After a month-long nightmare we finally get number one on this list back. As of now we’ve all seen […]
Week 2 of the NFL season is here, and with that brings my top plays, sleepers and stacks for the week. Whether your playing Daily Fantasy Sports, or a season long league hopefully these pick’s help out this weekend! Top Picks Eli Manning Manning is playing the woeful Saints this weekend. The Saints have the […]
On July 15th Tom Brady announced to the world he would no longer seek legal action in the infamous “Deflategate” scandal, thus ending the longest, and quite possibly the most ridiculous sports story ever, that was endlessly talked about for the better part of a year and a half. At that moment, it became clear Brady […]
Oh, Tom. Tommy, Tom, Tom. We had a good fight, didn’t we? We ruffled some feathers, tangled with authority, and left nearly no stone unturned in an effort to clear the name of the greatest quarterback of all-time. But in the end, there was nothing even the GOAT himself could do to combat the outright […]
Tom Brady, one of the GREATEST quarterbacks of all time, scratch that he is the GREATEST quarterback of all time is facing a suspension because of this controversy called “deflategate”. Brady who holds NFL records for most postseason completions, wins, passing yards, and oh yeah those 4 rings and 3 superbowl MVPS is being framed […]
Earlier this week, ESPN released their NFL Power Rankings for the upcoming 2016-2017 NFL season. And guess who they ranked number one? Yes, our New England Patriots. I was actually blown away when I saw this for a couple reasons. One being that ESPN has constantly covered everything and anything bad they hear happening with […]
The Jacksonville Jaguars traded for the Patriots’ 3rd round pick and selected OG Brandon Linder from Miami. Mel Kiper Jr. glowingly described Linder on live television as ‘a career back up.’ Seemingly, the Patriots didn’t miss out on much. As compensation, the Patriots received the 105th and 179th picks (4th and 6th rounds).