1. Patriots Early Playoff Exit Sucks, but It Ain't That Bad!

    Yes, the Patriots got manhandled by the New York Jets in the AFC playoffs. They are one-and-done for the second year in a row. No Super Bowl for season No. 7. Does it suck? Hell yes, but it is not the end of the world, Patriots nation...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about over 3 years ago 215 reads 5 comments

  2. New England Patriots' BenJarvus Green-Ellis: The Law Firm Makes His Case

    Former first-round pick Laurence Maroney was traded away. Pro Bowler Fred Taylor is now designated as his backup. To whom you ask? His name is BenJarvus Green-Ellis, or the “Law Firm,” as Patriots nation has dubbed him...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about over 3 years ago 375 reads 0 comments

  3. Patriots Devin McCourty: Best Rookie Corner In Team History?

    Patriots Nation was scratching it’s collective head when the New England war room chose Rutger’s CB Devin McCourty with the 27 th pick in the first round...

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  4. Patriots' Tom Brady Wants To Destroy the NFL and You Can't Stop Him

    Are you happy? You pissed off the man with the flowing locks. Now Tom Brady is going to destroy you! If you thought 2007 was an assault of biblical proportions, just wait ...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about over 3 years ago 1,265 reads 8 comments

  5. Boston Bruins' Julien And Chiarelli Are Clueless In Beantown

    Listless. Flat. These are just a couple of the words Bruins players have used to describe themselves as of late. The Bruins know they are struggling and Claude Julien is also aware that there is a lack of consistent effort on the ice...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about over 3 years ago 622 reads 12 comments

  6. New England Patriots' Jerod Mayo Is The Mind, Body, and Soul Of The Defense

    In a season where New England ’s high flying offense gets most of the pub, their defensive stalwart is having an all pro season...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about over 3 years ago 683 reads 20 comments

  7. Boston Bruins Fire Blanks in the Shootout

    Anytime the Bruins go to a shootout, you have a similar feeling that Red Sox fans had prior to 2004. They are going to lose...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about over 3 years ago 217 reads 8 comments

  8. Patriots Grogan and Bledsoe Caught in Retired Numbers Game

    Every time I see Zoltan Mesko line up for a punt or Julian Edelman catch a pass, I ask myself why aren’t these numbers retired or at least taken out of circulation? There ...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about over 3 years ago 1,035 reads 3 comments

  9. Fifty Years Of Patriots Football 2008: The Year Of Matt Cassel

    Patriots’ fans never thought it could get much worse than losing the Super Bowl as a heavy favorite on the cusp of perfection. However, in the opening quarter of the 2008 season, their worst nightmare was realized...

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  10. Tyler-Taylor Tally: Where Bruins' Seguin and Oilers' Hall Stand

    After Tyler Seguin beat Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist with a laser beam, the Bruins rookie had four goals and three assists in 16 games. He has spent time on the power play and also on the third and fourth lines...

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  11. Home Sick: Bruins Woes At the Garden Continue

    After the Bruins 2-0 loss to Ottawa, Boston is indeed, “Home Sick.” Not that they miss their home because their play does not illustrate that at all...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about almost 4 years ago 117 reads 7 comments

  12. Tim Thomas' Fast Start Reminiscent of Another Bruins Great in Tiny Thompson

    Tim Thomas' start to the 2010-2011 season has been nothing short of incredible. In six games, Tim "Pac Man" Thomas is undefeated with three shutouts and a microscopic 0.50 GAA...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about almost 4 years ago 316 reads 1 comments

  13. Deion Branch Turns Over New Leaf in New England Patriots Debut

    Turn Over a New Leaf: To begin again, fresh; to reform and begin again. After Randy Moss was shipped to Minnesota, there was now a gaping a hole in the Patriots passing attack...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about almost 4 years ago 504 reads 1 comments

  14. Boston Bruins All Time Greats: Eddie "The Edmonton Express" Shore

    Edward William Shore played for the "Spoked B” from 1926-1940 before being traded to the NY Americans. With hockey season right around the corner, we thought it would be appropriate to honor a Boston Bruins great...

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  15. Kevin Faulk Injured: Patriots' Old Reliable Likely Out for Year With Torn ACL

    He doesn’t have the star power of Randy Moss. He isn’t the cult hero like Wes Welker. He doesn’t have the physical gifts like his cousin, Marshall. He doesn’t look for accolades or praise...

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  16. Boston Bruins Hunger Pains: How Hub Hockey Fans Are Starving for the Stanley Cup

    Who would have thought that a city would be in a frenzy about a hockey team that endured an epic collapse? Who could even ponder that 25,000 rabid Bruins fans would pile in the Garden ...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about almost 4 years ago 460 reads 3 comments

  17. Throwback Flashback:'85 Playoffs-Pats At Jets

    The Matchup: New England Patriots vs. New York Jets Playoff Head to Head Record: First Meeting The Game: December 28, 1985 at Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, New Jersey Regular Season ...

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  18. Tom Brady in Toyland

    Remember when you were little and you couldn’t wait to run downstairs on Christmas morning and see all your toys? I bet Tom Brady feels like that every game day morning. Look at all the toys he has in his possession...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about almost 4 years ago 338 reads 4 comments

  19. Throwback Flashback '85: Bengals at Patriots

    The Matchup: Cincinnati Bengals vs. New England Patriots All Time Head to Head Record: The Patriots lead the all time series 5-3. New England defeated Cincinnati 20-14 on 10/14/84. This victory marked the Patriots third straight win over the Bengals...

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  20. Patriots Young Guns: Rob Gronkowski and Aaron Hernandez Impress

    Its only the preseason, but Gronk and Hernan have been quite impressive for the Patriots. You don’t know who Gronk and Hernan are? If don’t know already, you will...

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  21. 50 Years Of Patriots Football: 2007

    Going into the 2007 season, the Patriots knew they needed “difference makers.” New England needed more weapons on offense if they were going to compete with the explosive Colts...

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  22. Remembering Fred Cusick: The Legendary Voice of the Boston Bruins

    From Boston Sports Then And Now Staff Writer: Jon Fucile The Bruins are not defined only by the legends who have laced up the skates or the men behind the bench commanding the boys in black and gold...

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  23. New York Yankees-Boston Red Sox : The Beantown Brawl

    Sometimes one play, one moment defines a season for a team. For the 2001 Patriots, it was the game versus the New York Jets when starting quarterback Drew Bledsoe was injured by a thunderous hit administered by Mo Lewis...

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  24. New England Patriots Troy Brown and Wes Welker: One and the Same

    As went Troy Brown and Wes Welker, as went the Patriots offense. If the Patriots needed a tough catch, Tom Brady would seek out No. 80 then and No. 83 now...

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  25. Bill Russell Is A Champion By Defintion

    In the dictionary next to the definition of champion, there should be a picture of Bill Russell. Before he even entered the NBA, Russell experienced his share of collegiate basketball glory while playing for San Francisco State...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about 4 years ago 922 reads 2 comments