About Me: +faithful follower of Boston sports since 1967.
+ know that Bobby Orr is greater than Gretzy.
+ hate what the NBA did to itself and hope that the NFL isn't following
+ know that the only Pudge is named Cartlon Fisk
Posted 04/29/2014 09:51:36 EDT
I'm not really liking the "retro" look. I feel like we are back in the early Compuserve days.
Dreaming the Impossible Dream
Posted 04/27/2014 07:09:48 EDT
I don't disagree with a single move. Samuel was way overrated. His missed pick in the SB was just an example of how he was more talk than result. Seymour had stopped playing. Losing Branch did no more »
Posted 04/13/2014 03:33:11 EDT
In response to joepatsfan111111's comment: In response to Will-Redd's comment: I watch a lot of USC football games. Clowney takes a lot of plays off. If he played every down he would definitely be th more »
Posted 04/13/2014 01:59:23 EDT
I watch a lot of USC football games. Clowney takes a lot of plays off. If he played every down he would definitely be the #1 pick. Maybe a good NFL coach can get him to do that. I'd be tempted to d more »
Posted 03/06/2014 09:49:10 EST
Clowney takes too many plays off. No way he's #1
Posted 01/15/2014 06:08:28 EST
In response to agcsbill's comment: In response to PapaJohn18's comment: We know your feelings are hurt because Tommy Boy isn't even being mentioned for the MVP award while Peyton will be winning his r more »
Posted 01/11/2014 11:57:15 EST
Watched his post game interview on NFL Network. He's a stand-up guy.
Posted 01/08/2014 03:21:24 EST
In response to UD6's comment: In response to Will-Redd's comment: In response to UD6's comment: In response to kansaspatriot's comment: whether he is or not, the the glaring factsare, not the best QB more »
Posted 01/07/2014 07:06:40 EST
In response to UD6's comment: In response to kansaspatriot's comment: whether he is or not, the the glaring factsare, not the best QB in his era: TB owns him, 10 wins to 4 TB 3 super bowl wins pooting more »
Posted 01/06/2014 08:27:53 EST
In response to JimfromFlorida's comment: DO YOU FOLKS REALLY BELIEVE THERE IS A CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE PATS? If you do and there is if one person be it ref, FO gopher or anyone wanted to they could br more »
Posted 01/05/2014 09:52:51 EST
Where's the accomplishment in playing for the 49ers? The relationships and bonds he's formed with BB, the Krafts, and New England are pretty solid. My impression of how he carries himself is that he more »
Posted 12/25/2013 03:23:38 EST
Rex deserves everything we give him. However, the Jets play us about as tough as any team in the league. Yes, we beat them that second game and the Refs gave it to them. Point is, he kept them clos more »
Posted 12/05/2013 02:16:42 EST
I was born and raised in Boston but haven't lived there for 40 years. I've lived in a dozen places over those 40 years. Boston Globe to this day remains the best sports paper I've seen. Boston fan more »
Posted 12/01/2013 06:42:23 EST
If we were into giving up the farm for someone from the Texans we would get Watt. Look at Atlanta or the Polian Colts to get a feel for wise that would be.
Posted 12/01/2013 06:25:25 EST
In response to ATJ's comment: I think BB has the matter under control. If the problem can be fixed he'll see to it. For the record, although I don't like seeing Ridley in street clothes holding a foo more »
Posted 12/01/2013 06:23:33 EST
In response to kansaspatriot's comment: Like i stated in another thread let him play when we have the win sealed. If he fumbles then, trade him. ^ Get him live game hitting - especially now that the e more »
Posted 12/01/2013 06:15:00 EST
If this were aplay-off game, Dennard, Ryan, and Ridley would have played. BB let a few lick their wounds.
Posted 11/27/2013 08:24:07 EST
Replay on NFL Network tonight at 9
Posted 11/25/2013 06:59:27 EST
Johnny Damon, Asante Samuel, even Deion Branch. They quit on us. I think WW got some bad advice. I'm not going to trash him. A good coach/QB can get a lot of good out of him yet. Then, use hi more »
Posted 11/25/2013 11:44:19 EST
Need to keep him; he has too much potential. As painful as they all have been, not every funble was his fault. Coach him up on keeping control of the ball. Use him sparingly to help him get his co more »
Posted 11/25/2013 11:37:55 EST
In response to apdynasty23's comment: So you think we played to allow more yards per carry intentionally? I posted a thread earlier this morning about my concern for the run D. I do. Peyton is no Tom more »
Posted 11/25/2013 11:28:29 EST
Agree with Russel on that list; no question. Yaz, definitely.
Posted 11/25/2013 11:25:12 EST
Agree that Welker has choked in the most intense situations. All in all, he was more help than hurt.
Hope he has a bad game everytine he plays us, though.
Posted 11/25/2013 09:50:24 EST
In addition to what thor said, all we had to do was stop them from scoring a TD into the wind. By taking the wind, all we needed to do to stay alive and win was kick a field goal. With the wind at o more »
Posted 11/25/2013 09:45:23 EST
I really wanted to turn it off after the first fumble. A 14 point swing on 1 play and giving Manning the lead! I suffered through the early years, though, when we'd have been happy with winning more more »
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