1. Mile High Low For Patriots

    It was the tale of two halves for the Patriots against the Broncos. It was a story of the student outsmarting the teacher. It was the game of what could have been. Josh McDaniels and the Broncos are for real folks...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about almost 5 years ago 90 reads 1 comments

  2. Bruins Shaken But Stirred For Win Vs. Isles

    The Bruins were dead in the water! Lifeless! The Garden natives were growing restless! I was spewing venom! The young Islanders and UMass-Lowell alum, Dwayne Roloson, were putting a severed Bear’s head in Boston’s bed...

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  3. Throwback Flashback 2003: Patriots at Broncos

    The Matchup: New England Patriots vs. Denver Broncos All Time Head to Head Record: The Patriots had won ten of their first eighteen match-ups against their AFL rival in the 60s...

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  4. Pats Left Standing Against Ravens

    The Patriots and Ravens played an “instant classic” game yesterday at Gillette Stadium. This battle had it all. Defense. Offense. Special Teams. Good Calls. Bad Calls. Turnovers...

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  5. Bruins Bear Down On Carolina, 7-2

    Revenge is a dish best served cold. The Bruins fed the Canes a heavy dose of overwhelming offensive fury and smothering defense, which won them the Eastern Conference regular season crown...

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  6. Falcons Can't Take Flight Against Pats

    It was a rainy miserable day in Foxboro for the Patriots-Falcons matchup and I was there in my fancy $10 Wal-Mart rain gear.   The “experts” were already throwing dirt on the Patriots’ grave as an elite NFL franchise...

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  7. Reversing the Curse: A Look Back

    October 27th will mark the 5th anniversary of the Red Sox reversing the 86 year curse. Damn five years went by quickly (I hate getting old!), but I remember that night like it was yesterday...

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  8. Boston Sports Time Machine

    Living in the “Hub” of sports aka Boston, you are immersed in sports. The Patriots, Sox, Celts, and Bruins are all meeting in a perfect storm of sports success...

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  9. Fifty Years of Patriots Football: The 1980's

    The foundation for the Patriots in the 1980’s was laid by former coach, Chuck Fairbanks. He drafted franchise future hall of famers such as Steve Grogan, Stanley Morgan, John Hannah, and Steve Nelson...

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  10. Pats Grounded by Jets

    What can I say? Rex Ryan, Kerry Rhodes, and the rest of the Jets came to play. They backed up their trash talking and won’t be kissing any rings for the time being. Final Score: Jets 16 Patriots 9 Yes that’s only 9 points...

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  11. Trading Today for Tomorrow

    Over the past few weeks, two popular Boston sports stars have been traded from the Hub of sports. Richard Seymour was shipped off to the Black Hole in Oakland for a first round pick in 2011...

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  12. Rex Ryan Grab Your Chapstick!

    Rex Ryan is telling the media that he won’t kiss Belichick’s rings. He is leaving season tickets holders voicemails to ask them to be loud at the game this Sunday...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about almost 5 years ago 51 reads 4 comments

  13. Throwback Flashback:'85 Playoffs-Pats Vs. 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 ...

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  14. Throwback Comeback for Pats, Brady

    I entered Gillette stadium, decked out in Pat Patriot gear, last night knowing the Patriots defense was not up to speed. They lost four veterans starters from last year, Harrison and Bruschi retired...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about almost 5 years ago 26 reads 3 comments

  15. Tailgate Confessional: Prepping for the Pats!

    It’s Sunday morning and football is on the brain! My beloved Patriots don’t play until tomorrow night, but I am still excited about the first Sunday of the NFL season. My fantasy football teams are poised for combat...

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  16. Barry Sanders: Incredible and Selfless

    Players like Brett Favre and Michael Jordan walk away then come back then walk away then come back yet again. They can not douse the competitive fire. They need the adrenaline rush...

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  17. Boston Sports Santa Is Coming to Town!

    Well the holiday season is here for Boston Sports Fans! It doesn’t start at Thanksgiving or on dreaded “Black Friday” which begins the Christmas shopping frenzy...

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  18. September 11th: Not Forgotten

    It’s been a quick 8 years since that dreadful day in New York, PA, and DC. It seems like yesterday that the USA realized that we were not untouchable. It’s a day we will always remember where we were and what we were doing...

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  19. This Is College Football Country Y'all!

    That is the theme in the football hotbed of the South. You better pledge your allegiance to the Gators, Vols, or the Dawgs in the state of Georgia...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about almost 5 years ago 73 reads 2 comments

  20. Fifty Years of Patriots Football: The 1970's

    When we left the Patriots, they were in search of yet another home. The AFL was now defunct and they were now members of the National Football League. Times were a changing. The Boston Patriots first year in the NFL was pretty forgettable...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about almost 5 years ago 126 reads 2 comments

  21. NCAA Football=Not Competitive At All Football

    The Florida Gators are favored by 73 points over Charleston Southern this weekend. Who makes these schedules a blind chimp? Hear no evil, Speak no evil, and definitely SEE NO EVIL! ...

    Joe Gill Written by Joe Gill about almost 5 years ago 74 reads 4 comments

  22. Tedy Bruschi Did His Job

    Another cornerstone of the Patriots dynasty, Tedy Bruschi, has retired from professional football after 13 seasons, all with New England. Thanks for the memories, blood, sweat, and today’s tears...

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  23. The Immature and Infantile Ways of Brandon Marshall

    The Denver Broncos have suspended Pro Bowl Wide Receiver, Brandon Marshall for behavior detrimental to the team...

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  24. The AFL's First True Superstar: “Duke” Cappelletti

    Gil Santos, the voice of the New England Patriots, said that Gino Cappelletti should be in the Hall of Fame and I couldn’t agree more...

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  25. The Birth of Tom Brady

    It was October 14, 2001. Three weeks have passed since Drew Bledsoe was injured by Mo Lewis of the NY Jets. Tom Brady, the lanky 6th rounder out of Michigan, was making his third start versus the San Diego Chargers...

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