Who else miss reading Mike Reis articles?

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    Who else miss reading Mike Reis articles?

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    You can read Reiss on ESPNBoston.com. I flip between his Blog and the Globe's site all the time. 
     
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    I don't, because I still read his blog and articles over at ESPNBoston.com.  I especially like the game preview he and Bruschi have.  Bruschi just left the organization, so you know his views are current and not speculation.  On that note, he has said many of the same things us in the dark fans say on this board.
     
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    Posted by patsoxfan74


    I do. He was the best the Globe had to offer especially on the Patriots
     
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    Re: Who else miss reading Mike Reis articles?

    To GrantW

    thanx

     I just added that to my favorites site

    definitley miss the mailbag  !!!

    PS i also missed Nick Cafaldo but Reiss filled the void superbly!
     
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    I don't know, after the Chris Gasper's "It Isn't 2007 Anymore" column, I was thinking Pulitzer.

    Reiss was as good as the Globe has had in many years.
     
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    Reiss spoiled us with the volume and immediacy of his information. He simply outworks most reporters. That said, he's far too likely to drink the Kool Aid dispensed by the PR dept: he seemed fearful to be critical of the Pats in any way, lest he alienate any players or coaches. 

    Gaspar may not work as hard, but looks to be his own man. I was surprised that in his chat last week, Gaspar was openly critical of the Pats' drafts in 06 & 07, whereas Reiss was always the apologist about those.
     
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    Reiss spoiled us with the volume and immediacy of his information. He simply outworks most reporters. That said, he's far too likely to drink the Kool Aid dispensed by the PR dept: he seemed fearful to be critical of the Pats in any way, lest he alienate any players or coaches.  Gaspar may not work as hard, but looks to be his own man. I was surprised that in his chat last week, Gaspar was openly critical of the Pats' drafts in 06 & 07, whereas Reiss was always the apologist about those.
    Posted by seattlemaslow


    I think that's a very good description of the two.
     
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    Miss Reiss in Globe. Reporting feels mediocre now. Reiss's mailbag was consistently sharp.
     
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    He and his blog are still out there. 
     
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    Miss Reiss in Globe. Reporting feels mediocre now. Reiss's mailbag was consistently sharp.
    Posted by darwk


    same here...it doesn't feel like he is the same person over on the dark side....
     
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    Posted by patsoxfan74


    http://sports.espn.go.com/boston/nfl/news/story?id=4579557
     
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    I don't, because I still read his blog and articles over at ESPNBoston.com.  I especially like the game preview he and Bruschi have.  Bruschi just left the organization, so you know his views are current and not speculation.  On that note, he has said many of the same things us in the dark fans say on this board.
    Posted by carawaydj


    Definitely a awesome perk from moving over to ESPNBoston!!
     
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