1. New England Patriots Positional Analysis: Tight Ends

    Before the draft, the tight end position looked to be a weak point in an otherwise potent offense. Alge Crumpler is a good blocker and receiver. However, he is old and well out of his prime...

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  2. New England Patriots: The Ultimate Guide to the 2010-2011 Season

    The Patriots offense is centered on a consistent, dangerous passing attack. They were third in the league in total offense...

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  3. Boston Red Sox First-Half Graders: Pitchers

    This Article was initially featured on New England Sports Online. Most seasons, grading the Red Sox would involve the starting nine, a couple of bench players, six starting pitchers, and maybe 4-5 bullpen guys...

    Akash A Written by Akash A about over 4 years ago 246 reads 1 comments

  4. How Will the Loss of Tony Allen Affect the Boston Celtics?

    Throughout the playoffs this past season the Celtics had a luxury most teams could not afford. A player who could slow the opposing team’s superstar, no matter the situation. Tony Allen was vital in the Celtics playoff run...

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  5. Celtics vs. Lakers 2010: Sleep Well, Celtics Fans, 'Twas a Great Run

    Does the loss sting? Hell yes. Losing a 13-point lead from the third quarter, suffering some frustrating calls from Joey Crawford’s crew, and running an offense that seemed stuck on isolations can be pretty painful...

    Akash A Written by Akash A about over 4 years ago 614 reads 3 comments

  6. 2010 NBA Finals: X-Factors for the Celtics and Lakers

    The Boston Celtics and Los Angeles Lakers have consistently outplayed and often dominated their opponents throughout this relatively unexciting playoff season. Expect that to change...

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  7. Tim Wakefield Moved to Bullpen: Did Terry Francona Make a Good Decision?

    With Daisuke returning to the Boston Red Sox starting rotation, Tim Wakefield was relegated to a long relief pitching role. He has experience in the bullpen and had been the team’s fifth starter...

    Akash A Written by Akash A about over 4 years ago 269 reads 3 comments

  8. New England Patriots' 2010 NFL Draft: Grades for Rounds One to Four

    Before you get upset with the Patriots for drafting players you have never heard of before, understand that every year there are players who Todd McShay and Mel Kiper Jr. (great analysts) rave about before the season, but who end up being busts...

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  9. Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees: Hardly Pathetic and Embarassing

    Joe West is regularly one of my least favorite umpires. He’s like that teacher you had in school who is ridiculously strict about everything you do, but cannot do those same things himself...

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  10. New England Patriots Draft Strategy: Stocking Up on Second Rounders Beneficial?

    The Patriots have never been afraid to trade down in the draft, seemingly trying to rack up as many second round picks as they can...

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  11. AFC East Breakdown: The New England Patriots, Part III/IV

    Offensively, the Patriots are set at quarterback and have a very solid offensive line. Sebastian Vollmer proved he was a dominant tackle, shutting down every end he faced (including Dwight Freeney)...

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  12. AFC East Breakdown: Miami Looking to Take Control of Division From New England

    After winning the division last year, the Patriots’ main competitors are the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets. My article is being written pre-draft, so outlooks may certainly change depending on draft manipulation/drafting by teams...

    Akash A Written by Akash A about over 4 years ago 652 reads 3 comments

  13. Are the Patriots Losing Control? AFC East Breakdown: Jets, Part 2 of 4

    The Jets seem to have made the biggest splash this offseason compared to any other East team, as well as during the season...

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  14. The Problem with the Celtics: Boston Gets Stung by Hornets

    The Celtics have lost 10 games since Christmas Day when holding a double digit lead. This team is unable to close out games. Tonight, against the Hornets, Boston held a 12 point lead early in the second half...

    Akash A Written by Akash A about over 4 years ago 297 reads 1 comments

  15. Inability to Close Games: Boston Celtics Blow Another Late Lead, Lose to Lakers

      Quickly becoming a theme for this Boston Celtics’ team is their inability to close out games. Two years ago in their championship season, if a team gave the Celtics a lead at halftime, ...

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  16. Intensity, Passion and Defense: Fixing the Boston Celtics

    A common question I hear being tossed around local radio stations and television networks is “Are the Celtics out?” In other words, can the C’s retain the dominance ...

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  17. New England Patriots: How They Can Contend for the Super Bowl Next Season

    After the New England Patriots' extremely disappointing loss to the Baltimore Ravens, it is easy to react to the game with a feeling of nothingness and to think that New England needs a complete overhaul...

    Akash A Written by Akash A about almost 5 years ago 463 reads 5 comments

  18. Bill Belichick Largely at Fault for Patriots' Loss, but Not for 4th-and-2 Gamble

    Bill Belichick certainly played a major role in New England’s stunning 35-34 loss to Indianapolis Sunday, but the fourth-down gamble is not the mistake he made...

    Akash A Written by Akash A about almost 5 years ago 291 reads 9 comments

  19. Top Three Things The Patriots Need to Do To Beat Indianapolis

    The undefeated Colts meet the high flying Patriots. Indy has had a better season thus far, but Brady has his legs back underneath him after a tough first couple of weeks, and the New England defense has become cohesive as a unit...

    Akash A Written by Akash A about almost 5 years ago 171 reads 1 comments

  20. The New England Patriots: Making a Statement Against the Baltimore Ravens

    The New England Patriots needed to make a statement against the previously undefeated Baltimore Ravens, and they did. They kept the physical Ravens’ team at bay, while keeping their explosive offense off the field...

    Akash A Written by Akash A about 5 years ago 35 reads 0 comments

  21. Patriots Fans: It Is NOT Time To Panic

    The Patriots were flat out handled by the New York Jets’ defense today. Randy Moss could not buy a centimeter of space thanks to suffocating coverage displayed by Darrelle Revis...

    Akash A Written by Akash A about 5 years ago 93 reads 20 comments

  22. Richard Seymour: While The Trade Hurts, It Was Necessary

    This article can also be found on NESO'S TAKE ON SPORTS (New England Sports Online). Forever in a Patriots’ fans mind, No...

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  23. Jackie Robinson: Baseball's Hero

    Imagine you're watching a Red Sox-Yankees game. C.C. Sabathia has managed two outs in the inning and is ahead 1-2 in the count to David Ortiz. The Sox are down 2-1 in the bottom of the ninth, after Sabathia had pitched a gem...

    Akash A Written by Akash A about 5 years ago 1,128 reads 9 comments

  24. Kevin Youkilis: Sparking the Boston Red Sox

    Kevin Youkilis currently owns the highest batting average on the Red Sox, as he sits at .311. Tonight, against the Detroit Tigers, he made perhaps his biggest contribution of the season...

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  25. The Return of Tom Brady: Opposition Beware

    The Brady-Manning debate was raging. Tom Brady supporters said he had the rings and solid stats to back him up. Peyton Manning supporters countered he had a ring and sensational stats to back him up...

    Akash A Written by Akash A about 5 years ago 219 reads 25 comments