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Black and Gold Bruins Turn Yellow On Parade Day

“Get the Duck Boats ready!” It was part of an amazing call by Boston Bruins play-by-play announcer Dave Goucher in 2011, with the B’s clinching their first Stanley Cup in 39 years. The irony then, of today’s announcement of the firing of the head coach that lead them to that championship moment, Claude Julien, is […]

Ebner and Raisman Making Massachusetts Proud at Olympic Games

Nate Ebner, safety for the New England Patriots and member of the USA National Rugby 7s Team and Aly Raisman, Needham native and captain of the USA Women’s National Gymnastics Team are both putting the state of Massachusetts on their backs down in Rio at the Olympic games. Most people may not have known that […]

Teams That Could Challenge The Pats

The New England Patriots are loaded headed into the season.  They have had the best offseason of any team in the AFC if not in the league.  However with as good as they are their are a few teams that could challenge them in the AFC. 3. Houston Texans The Texans have had a sneaky […]

Sports Week In Review

This time of year is usually slow for most sports cities, however Boston is not like everyone else.  The Celtics, Red Sox, and The Patriots all have had a pretty busy week. The Red Sox With the all-star break behind us it’s time for The Sox to focus on the second half of the season. […]

Will Brady Actually Be Suspended After All?

Well Tom Brady’s petition for a rehearing of the Deflategate case was denied today by the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. So as of right now, Brady’s four game suspension has been reinstated for the beginning of next season. But all of us know that Brady still isn’t going down without a […]

Three Offensive Question Marks for the Patriots

Walking through the streets of Boston two nights ago, after yet another Red Sox victory, it was almost easy to forget that New England still has a football team. Perennial success for these two franchises comes as no surprise for most millenials, and most, including myself, do not know how good they have it. That […]

It’s Now Roger Goodell vs Patriots Nation

Deflategate news is back and I cannot comprehend why. This controversial story was first introduced to the public after the 2015 AFC championship game that featured the Patriots and Colts. It is now April 2016, over one year and three months since these allegations were introduced and we are STILL talking about this. Well thanks to […]

Peyton Manning Announces Retirement, Pays Tribute to the Game

Peyton Manning announced his retirement to the Denver Broncos this weekend and gave his retirement speech and final goodbye, at least as a player, to family, friends, players, coaches and fans this afternoon. The press conference started with statements and stories of gratitude and greatness in regards to the legendary 18-year veteran by Broncos President […]

Week In Review: Patriots, Red Sox, Celtics, Bud Collins

It has been a week to remember in Boston sports. Let’s recap all that happened from Wednesday to Friday. The Patriots released Brandon Lafell and Scott Chandler, opening up some salary cap space to revamp the New England offense. LaFell and Chandler underperformed this year. Robert Kraft and Bill Belichick are most likely looking for […]

Brady, Pats Agree to 2-Year Contract Extension

Tom Brady and the Patriots have agreed to a 2-year contract extension that will keep TB12 in New England through 2019. The 11-time Pro Bowler was originally signed through 2017. Brady, 39 years of age this summer, was as sharp as ever this season and perhaps even better at avoiding the rush using pocket presence […]

Patriots Linebacker Jerod Mayo Hanging Up Spikes

After eight years with the Patriots, combined 803 tackles, two Pro Bowl selections and a Super Bowl ring Jerod Mayo is reportedly calling it quits. Injuries have plagued Mayo over the last three seasons after an illustrious start to his career in which he was drafted with the 10th overall selection and named NFL defensive […]

Brady Writes Letter to Patriots Fans

The Patriots season did not end in sunny Santa Clara California, hoisting the Lombardi Trophy as New England fans had hoped, instead it ended in defeat and disappointment in Denver. Blame the O-Line, blame the kicker, blame the play calling from McDaniels, even blame Tom Brady and the ducks he threw up for grabs resulting […]

Gronkowski, Chris Harris Jr Fuel AFC Championship Fire

The AFC Championship game has New England heading to Denver for a highly anticipated Sunday afternoon match up. The Patriots and Broncos have provided fans with some great games over the past few seasons. The championship game brings not just the top two seeded teams in the AFC together but also the top two quarterbacks […]

Pats Draw Streaking Chiefs For Divisional Round Playoff

Saturday afternoon the Patriots, with a #2 seed bye, had the opportunity to watch their next opponent, the red hot Kansas City Chiefs, who annihilated the Houston Texas during the first game of Wild Card Weekend with a final score of 30-0. The Chiefs were dominant on defense and forced a shaky Houston offense into a […]

Patriots Clinich AFC East, Control Destiny of Top Playoff Seed

The Patriots took care of business Sunday night in Houston with a dominating and much needed road victory over the Texans 27-6. New England improved to 11-2 and with the loss of the Miami Dolphins to the New York Giants last night on Monday Night Football the Patriots clinched the AFC East division. Tom Brady […]