As Patriots fans, we know what bad reporting can be like. I don't want to mention too many names, but there's Breer, Borges, Felger, Curran, Gasper, even SMY to some extent now, etc., who continually seem dead set against the Patriots way, looking for any way possible to criticize the team, with a continually negative outlook. Mike Reiss was one of the few I really enjoyed reading. Ever since he went to ESPN Boston, he hasn't really been the same, but he wasn't the Breer-type. However, over the last few weeks, and maybe it's just me, Reiss has been getting especially pessimistic and overly critical, and may be headed down the path to the Boston media "dark side." I think it started with the Leigh Bodden injury. Since then, it seems that everything that happens to the Patriots is "end of the world." I hope he's just in a funk and can get out of it, but I'm a little bit worried. In the mean time, my favorite too have become Christopher Price, Ian Rapoport and blogs such as Pats Pulpit. It's kind of ironic that just over two years after the walk-through fiasco that my favorite reporter in the region is probably Rapoport. After that it's probably the blog Pats Pulpit. It's not "real" media, but it provides timely, level-headed, and in depth analysis. Besides, what is "real" media these days? Where are you guys turning to for your Patriots' fix? Do you think Mike Reiss is turning to the "dark side"? Thoughts?