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  • Posted 09/02/2014 05:07:16 EDT

    Terry is literally being traded for a bag of chips and some old guacamole.  I'm not one of those people who just wants to see our crummy guys get traded for other crummy guys. That's not the point at more »

  • Posted 09/02/2014 02:22:04 EDT

    Honestly I don't care about Gronk in week one. I care about Gronk in the December and the postseason. But I agree he seems in better situation that last year at this time.  Like you I'm hopeful about more »

  • Forum Post: I don't blame BB.

    Posted 09/02/2014 01:34:21 EDT

    "Tom Brady, Chandler Jones, Mankins, Seymour, Gronkowski, Mayo, McCourty, Wilfork... I mean really, when will this schlub draft somebody good and win some games?! I mean why can't we draft somebody as more »

  • Posted 09/01/2014 06:39:37 EDT

    "The serious contender part is something that most would argue, my feeling is this...despite our record last year I in no way thought we were a serious contender for the Super Bowl, we didn't get ther more »

  • Posted 09/01/2014 06:36:46 EDT

    Sure, it's history.  He's also the first to draft and sign a guy who turned out to be a double murderer (allegedly) in two separate incidents.  He's also the only one who has championships to his name more »

  • Posted 09/01/2014 05:49:53 EDT

    "Healthy debate. That is what we all should want. None of us would like these forums if all of thought exactly the same way, so we should want some differing opinions in here, just not attacks or piss more »

  • Posted 09/01/2014 05:44:16 EDT

    "I have always said and still believe Webster has a solid career in front of him as a middle reliever.  " I would appreciate it if you woudln't be so level headed. He is either an ace or a bust - ther more »

  • Posted 09/01/2014 04:11:11 EDT

    "But isn't it nice to go into every season knowing you will have a winning season, make it to the playoffs, and have a shot at winning it all? Not bad for having a terrible GM lol." He is a good to gr more »

  • Posted 09/01/2014 01:32:19 EDT

    This irrelevant post (from an irrelevant poster) belongs in the Around the NFL section.

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  • Posted 09/01/2014 01:27:40 EDT

    Jackie knows her stuff unlike a lot of the fraud links that are posted here, so I'm inclined to give her the benefit of the doubt here.  I do think Rondo was keeping an open mind to see what kind of t more »

  • Posted 09/01/2014 01:25:32 EDT

    next year is entirely dependent now on a couple of big signings - Lester or another anchor in the rotation, maybe a trade and long term signing of one more bat.  I hate to sound like Softy but our lin more »

  • Posted 08/31/2014 04:16:57 EDT

    "Simply the greatest gm of all time." only in your mind.  in the wake of Aaron Hernandez it's ridiculous to even claim that.  If you scour the internet you'll see Belichick on plenty of greatest NFL c more »

  • Posted 08/30/2014 06:07:09 EDT

    "THAT team is going to stink up the joint and lose more games than last year to ensure a top 5 pick?" maybe not top five but Ainge knows the only viable strategy is to tank, given that Kevin Love fell more »

  • Posted 08/30/2014 03:21:36 EDT

    "Let's not pretend we didn't have talent on the field because of the GM, when it was actually due to shtty luck." There was some bad luck BUT - when you draft a TE that many avoided due to character i more »

  • Posted 08/30/2014 04:05:52 EDT

    "I post this here because no one at BDC reads or cares about the Patriots board even though the game threads alone average over 1000 posts. " T-cal is absolutely right. I can only authoratively speak more »

  • Posted 08/30/2014 04:03:23 EDT

    "Frankly, its beyond me what we cannot all be respectful to one another on a personal level even if we disagree about the content, or even the value, of what someone else writes. " I totally agree. To more »

  • Posted 08/30/2014 03:30:57 EDT

    Mel I gotta agree - Jeff Green doesn't have that much money yet when you're talking about giving away 1 million dollars.  I have issues with him as a player but my respect for him as a man has gone up more »

  • Posted 08/29/2014 09:06:46 EDT

    "It was a sweet little recipe that should have yielded a SB title, but someone under Center ruined that for everyone." Yeah with someone like Matt Cassell under center instead of the league MVP, and w more »

  • Posted 08/29/2014 03:34:33 EDT

    no Barbosa, no problem. Danny's job is to: play young guys to develop them and their value and, lose games for more lottery picks.   We don't need mid-level stiffs like Crawford and Barbosa clogging u more »

  • Posted 08/27/2014 05:36:14 EDT

    First off we don't need a rim protector, that's the last thing we need. You realize Ainge isn't building a playoff team, right? He's building a lottery team. To do that, you need soft interior defense more »

  • Posted 08/27/2014 05:07:53 EDT

    "I applaud any move that exposes BBs poor contract skills while leaving the patsies paying for a guy to play elsewhere." I'm sure anything that can distract you from the misery of watching your team o more »

  • Posted 08/27/2014 05:05:52 EDT

    "And yet you copy and paste any comments you find from there that are disparaging to the jets. Hypocritical much?" I'm not a Rusty fanboy but there is no parallel between copying and pasting something more »

  • Posted 08/27/2014 12:00:48 EDT

    (Writing this from Denver where Peyton Manning dbaggers are everywhere) I criticize BB for many things but knowing when a player is done is one of his specialties, he's rarely wrong on that front. Plu more »

  • Posted 08/24/2014 02:27:16 EDT

    Rusty for someone interested in facts you sure to spout some conspiracies that are not fact based sometimes.  BDC Dottie is a real person. However, the moderation for all the boards on boston.com (as more »

  • Posted 08/24/2014 01:26:41 EDT

    I don't think the Sox have given up on JBJ, he has too much fielding ability. Sports are too fluid to assume someone is completely out - an injury can open up a spot quickly. Obviously, if another tea more »

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