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Thanks, Jets. Now we hate you again.
How in the world can you feel concerned after a 32-point win that clinches a division title and an eventual two seed for your team?
Patriot fans have a major problem coming up this Sunday.
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick will have his first Sunday off this weekend as his team will sit through a bye as they prepare for their January 6th meeting against the Carolina Panthers.
Don’t be surprised if Tom Brady doesn’t make the Pro Bowl when the season is over.
The Patriots will head to Buffalo on Sunday and will be looking to do something they haven’t done in a while, and that’s to not allow the Bills to keep the game close.
Red Sox fans once liked Carl Everett. For a brief time in the 2000 campaign, Red Sox Nation got a good heapin’ helping of this new slugger from Houston. Everett put up great numbers in the first half of the 2000 season. He had an OPS (that’s on-base percentage plus slugging percentage, for those of you who think Bill James is the devil) of 1.050, second on the club to Nomar Garciaparra. He was the runaway team leader in home runs and RBIs. He was hitting .329 at the All-Star Break.
Honk if you discussed the words “Patriots” and “playoffs” in the same sentence, and the person(s) you were talking to you snuck out to begin lunacy hearings on your behalf.
New England went into the locker room down 13-0 at halftime against the New York Jets on Sunday knowing full well that they needed to come out playing better in the second half if they wanted to have any hope of staying in the playoff hunt.
Terry Glenn will become the next Irving Fryar. He will leave the Patriots, then some magic fairy will tranform him into the best model citizen this side of Jim Anderson or Ward Cleaver. Glenn will then look like Jerry Rice, and lead some other team to the Super Bowl.
he Patriots, their adversity wheelbarrow already overflowing with dirt, garbage and lots of mud and muck in general, graphically showed the poor New Orleans Saints exactly how they plan to deal with adversity for the rest of this year.
One thing is crystal clear about Sunday’s game against New Orleans. One man’s reputation for leadership is squarely on the line. He has reached a point where the next few months or so will make or break his career. These final six games of this season could go a long way in determining this person’s entire NFL legacy.
It looks like quarterback Drew Bledsoe may finally be getting exactly what he deserves.
That’s what this whole thing really comes down to….Fairness. Granted fairness, does not necessarily win games, but the Patriots currently have the opportunity to win games and do the right thing. So why not do the right thing? I ask myself that question every day.
While the majority of Patriot Nation jumps to conclusions over head coach Bill Belichick’s decision to name second-year quarterback as the starter for the remainder of the season, they’ll need to try and give him the benefit of the doubt.
|NBC Sports Boston - Dec 1st, 2020|