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  • Comment on: Column: Miserable night at wrong time for Manning - Football -

    Posted 02/03/2014 10:47:24 EST

    SB victories do not determine the greatness of a QB . FB is and always will be a team effort. Eli Manning vs T Brady. Eli is 2-0 in SB in head-to-head competition. Does it make him a better QB? P Mann more »

  • Comment on: 'It’

    Posted 11/19/2011 11:19:18 EST

    Let's face it folks, if it weren't for the NBA, we would have the world's tallest janitors. more »

  • Comment on: 'Ortiz ruling could come by tomorrow'

    Posted 07/13/2011 07:38:27 EDT

    Looks like Big Poopi doesn't like to be brushed back. Tough for him. Gregg only did what pitchers have been doing for over one century: the brushback pitch. Give that man a cee-gar! The Yankeee pitche more »

  • Comment on: 'Makeover may not look like much'

    Posted 06/20/2010 07:53:25 EDT

    The Celtics run is over. They will be one year older next year. Talk about spinning a defeat into some sort of moral victory. Only in Bahston!
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  • Comment on: 'No banner'

    Posted 06/18/2010 11:03:04 EDT

    I'm glad Dan said that Phil Jackson had called a rare timeout. Rivers has been calling timeouts by the dozen in these playoff games which is why the flow of these games has not been smooth and the gam more »

  • Comment on: 'Title and history are on the line as Celtics head to Game 7'

    Posted 06/16/2010 10:49:22 EDT

    The NYY had history on their side too and being up 3-0. We know how that turned out. Lakers too good to cave in in game 7. This ain't Cleveland or Orlando you're playing. So, as I had predicted we are more »

  • Comment on: Celtics%20need%20shot%20in%20the%20arm

    Posted 01/19/2010 04:59:42 EST

    Yeah, they need a shot in the arm alright. Maybe Big Poopi and Man Ram can deliver some juice to the Cs. How's that for a shot in the arm?

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  • Comment on: Reports%3A%20Papelbon%2C%20Sox%20agree%20to%20terms

    Posted 01/19/2010 04:49:02 EST

    To those "dummies" who complain that Papebon only throws one pitch-the fastball and that's why he didn't have such a great year, read this...... Mariano Rivera only throws one pitch----the cutter. The more »

  • Comment on: 'Running scared, running hard'

    Posted 01/17/2010 02:53:52 EST

    fastest wrote------ Senator Scott Brown is not on the list to help veterans here in Massachusetts. The veterans need help, where is Scott Brown. Yes, Riding around in a truck, riding around in the wro more »

  • Comment on: 'A final win for Red'

    Posted 01/14/2010 11:09:38 EST

    Whe Auerbach coached, the NBA was in its infancy. 4 teams in each conference. You were able to get the 8th best player in the nation with the last pick of the first round. There was no free agency. A more »

  • Comment on: Crawford scores 18 as Hawks beat Celtics 93-85 -

    Posted 01/08/2010 11:17:32 EST

    Celtics looked old and tired. Have trouble beating teams over .500. Lucky to be in Atlantic Division. more »

  • Comment on: Casserly%20not%20backing%20down

    Posted 01/05/2010 11:06:16 EST

    It really doesn't matter if what Casserly said was true or not. Because after Sunday's game Ray Lewis and Company will see to it that Brady has a lot more than 3 broken ribs. more »

  • Comment on: 'The Stubborn, Impatient, Self-Centered, and Absolutely Essential Rajon Rondo'

    Posted 11/13/2009 04:28:49 EST

    The problem with this team is that Rondo will soon be on his own along with Perkins and a diminished supporting staff. The Celtics, by playoff time, will have 4 potential starters (includes Wallace)wh more »

  • Comment on: %26%2339%3BTek%20issues

    Posted 11/12/2009 09:44:20 EST

    Wow!!! $3M to just sit on the bench. Now that's the kind of job I'd like to have. The way this joker wrote this column goes to show you how far sports journalist have fallen. This is Boston's problem; more »