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I just wrote one of my best articles to date about Brees' legacy following his win in SB XLIV and I'd love to get your feedback on it.
As a fellow Pats fan, I"m sure you're not rooting for the Colts. In case you need some help deciding on who to root for in the Super Bowl, here's my article w/ some tips for you.
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Could there possibly be further ramifications for any of the four Patriots players who were late to practice on Wednesday morning?
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The Monday night game between the Patriots and the Saints has promise to be one of the most entertaining games of the season. Join me as I break down, analyze, and discuss the details and intricacies of this game.
Your comments and feedback are greatly appreciated. Thanks!
The days of the Patriots defense as a dinosaur dynasty are over: Richard Seymour, the last link to the three Super Bowl victories, has been shipped to Oakland for a first-round draft pick.
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This is the last in my series on the New England Patriots. Of course, the final position on the list was quarterback. I'd love if you'd read and give some feedback!
Thanks again for all your input, Ryan!
Thanks for continuing to provide supportive feedback on my articles! This is the next in my series on the New England Patriots, where I go in-depth at the linebacker position. I'd greatly appreciate your input on the matter!
Thanks again, Ryan!
I've posted two articles today. The first of which is an article on vanity in sports, and how obtrusive it's become. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/230950-youre-so-vain-when-celebration-exceeds-itself
I've also posted another in my New England Patriots series, this one about the running backs. http://bleacherreport.com/articles/230969-check-in-with-the-patriots-the-fearsome-foursome-of-running-backs
I really hope you enjoy these articles! Thanks for checking them out!
Don't Forget Us, the Good Men in Sports.
Another segment in my series on the New England Patriots, I'm looking at the wide receivers now. If you have time, I'd love for you to read and comment on it! Thanks!