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Posted 10/25/2013 11:56:19 EDT
Did anyone comment on Ellsbury's unfortunate decision to get too close to the wall on Holiday's uncatchable liner?
Posted 05/22/2012 06:39:59 EDT
In Response to Re: Well Well Well: Ironically, as great as the Sox have been at bouncing back despite key guys on the DL, they now face the challenge of having a zillion outfielders, but especially CC more »
Posted 02/08/2012 08:41:53 EST
Good points bt Maz. Also consider: Pats could have won the SB with just a little luck - one fumble recovery, a healthy Gronk, a healthy Vollmer, or Dowling ready to play. They will have a good chance more »
Posted 10/22/2011 07:11:14 EDT
"By all accounts, the 2011 Sox perished from a rash of relatively small indignities. For every player committed to the team's conditioning program, there was a slacker. For every Sox regular who rose more »
Posted 10/20/2011 07:57:11 EDT
I liked the optimism at the beginning, but not inferring one is lying without dircect evidence. I think RS lost out because 1) Tampa Bay pitching was awesome; 2) Buckholz injury, no sub by trade deadl more »
Posted 01/13/2010 12:23:25 EST
I mostly agree. I also note that 1. after the 1st play from scrimmage, Ravens ran under 3 yds per rush - despite lack of Seymour; 2. after Brady T-O's, starting from Patriots 25 or closer, Ravens scor more »
Posted 12/06/2009 10:40:38 EST
Perhaps the O will be more effective when Neal and Volmer are healthy. The weak D might be better if it gambles with much more frequent blitzing. Why is "not fast enough" Welker returning KOs instead more »
Posted 11/16/2009 11:58:54 EST
I would like to read an evaluation that reflects the injury status of the Patriots defense at the 2 minute warning. more »
Posted 10/17/2009 01:41:31 EDT
Yes, Pap badly needs a crooked pitch. Also, Tito must (finally) recognize the value in always warming up a back-up reliever. more »
Posted 09/22/2009 12:02:58 EDT
Basic stats: game away, total yards = 5 less, possession = 2 min more, # scores = 1 TD less; conclusion: almost evenly matched, without Welker and Mayo. Fan disappointment is so big because expectatio more »
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