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  • Comment on: The ones left behind - Extra Points - Boston.com

    Posted 10/08/2010 11:57:24 EDT

    This is not that complicated. 1. the Pats will become a better team without Moss. The more touches for the young players the faster they grow up and it will force Tom Brady to be a better (and less pr more »

  • Comment on: 'How did Patriots beat Dolphins? Let’

    Posted 10/05/2010 11:21:31 EDT

    Have to agree with newyorksoxfan, the 16 play scoring drive that answered Miami's score was hardly a graceless chug. It was a thing of beauty! BJGE, the firm, is just what the doctor ordered for the P more »

  • Comment on: For%20Boston%2C%20what%20are%20the%20odds%20of%20a%20title%3F

    Posted 09/29/2010 05:34:16 EDT

    There is no way the Celtics get past Miami, the Bruins are too young (hockey players take longer to develope), the Red Sox have a chance if they fix the bullpen but the line-up is problematic. That le more »

  • Comment on: 'Lewis' sacrifice fly lifts Blue Jays past Red Sox'

    Posted 08/12/2010 11:09:22 EDT

    Let's see Fancona will bring in Bard with one out and the bases loaded in a one run game against the Yanks but he won't bring him in with a three run lead in the 9th today. So with Bard rested and Pap more »

  • Comment on: 'Lewis' sacrifice fly lifts Blue Jays past Red Sox'

    Posted 08/12/2010 06:28:07 EDT

    After pitching his heart out for three nights everyone here is jumping on the anti-Papelbon bandwagon. Chalk this loss up to a manager who does not have the common sense to know when his closer needs more »

  • Comment on: 'Tough battles ahead'

    Posted 04/25/2010 06:11:07 EDT

    Let's put things in the proper perspective, toughness is good but in the NFL the best teams throw the ball. Yes Baltimore ran over the Pats yet just look who made it to the SB. The Pats easily had the more »

  • Comment on: Hope%20rests%20in%20Belichick%2C%20Brady

    Posted 01/08/2010 06:53:59 EST

    What everyone seems to overlook is that this is a team in transition. Belichick has made the team younger and set the team up for the draft. They will get better. Any accomplishments this year are won more »

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