Category: New England Patriots

Defending William Stephen Belichick

As per usual, the football talking heads are missing the boat on this call. The problem isn’t the call itself for my money. It’s the events leading up to the call that make it look awful.

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Back In The Saddle Again

The NFL’s real golden boy made his return to the practice field on Tuesday with his teammates for the first time since suffering a season ending knee injury last September, as the Patriots began the first of four days devoted to OTAs (organized team activities). While normally this […]

The One-Armed Man

Remember Laurence Maroney? The back who was supposed to replace “Clock Killin’” Corey Dillon suddenly disappeared from the New England lineup early last season and eventually landed on the injured reserve list. According to the Boston Globe, Maroney says he suffered from a broken shoulder. Entering his fourth […]

Its Been A Brady Kind of Week

Once March Madness fades to black, the NFL will take center stage as we close in on April’s draft. However, this week has been full of Pats talk or Brady discussion specifically. On Tuesday it was revealed that Tom Brady enjoyed marrying Gisele Bundchen so much last month […]

Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner?

While speaking to the West End House Boys and Girls Club in Allston, Massachusetts, Tom Brady proclaimed himself ready to roll for the 2009 season opener. The three time Super Bowl winner was on hand to donate 1,000 laptop computers to the One Laptop Per Child program and […]

If the Left One Doesn’t Get You…

To the surprise of no one the New England Patriots placed the franchise tag on quarterback Matt Cassel as an insurance policy to the returning Tom Brady for the 2009 season. The possibility still exists that Cassel could be traded or signed by another team but they would […]

Video of the Day

One of the features on this new blog will be to pay tribute to something somewhat ridiculous or cool relating to the league where they play for pay. Today’s choice channels Super Bowl XLII as interpreted by Tecmo Super Bowl. Sorry Pats fans, here comes the pain. Well, […]