Archive for the ‘New England Patriots’ Category

Bill Belichick grabs official after Patriots fall to Ravens

Monday, September 24th, 2012

Everyone's favorite Napoleon complex-stricken NFL coach, Bill Belichick, was at it again on Sunday night as his mounting frustration toward the NFL replacement officials finally boiled over in a pathetic post-game display of misguided anger. In a heated battle that was chippy from the opening whistle, the Patriots found themselves winning by two scores for most of the 4th ...

My Super Bowl Thoughts Smorgasbord

Monday, February 6th, 2012

Things I thought of during this year's Super Bowl, not necessarily in order of importance or chronology: - Some lucky bastard in Vegas must have made a fortune on a prop bet that the first points of the game would be scored on a safety. If the same lucky bastard was ...

English Preparing For 1776 All Over Again

Wednesday, October 21st, 2009

The Americans are coming! The Americans are coming! Sound the alarm. Ignite the beacon from the lighthouse. On Sunday, the NFL is returning to London, England for a third consecutive year. So which team did America's strongest economic asset send to our former colonial bosses? The New England Patriots. Summon the ghosts of Paul ...

Latest NFL Draft Rumors

Thursday, April 23rd, 2009

Since we're inching towards the two-day sportsgasm that is the NFL Draft we figured we'd give you a look into some of the hottests rumors circulating at this late hour. Deal with Stafford all but done Yahoo! Sports' Jason Cole reported late Wednesday night that the Lions were very close to polishing ...

So, What Went Wrong?

Monday, January 5th, 2009

After what was arguably the most interesting final Sunday in NFL history -- The Big Lead at least had a premonition of this awesomeness, but it played out far wackier than any of us could have anticipated -- and a fairly decent Wild Card weekend, we're down the final eight playoff contestants. ...

Chargers Redistribute The Defense

Tuesday, October 28th, 2008

As a Chargers fan, I can't bring myself to celebrate the departure of Ted Cottrell. Sure, he was the architect of an underachieving defense who made Art Shell seem animated on the sidelines. Sure, he had no idea how to use the incredibly talented personnel given him by GM A.J. ...

Brady’s Injury is Already the Worst in Boston History

Wednesday, September 10th, 2008

Just when you think it's impossible for those people up in New England to be anymore negative, you run across something like this in the Boston Globe. Everybody is such a downer. The Boston Globe has compiled a list of the most significant sports injuries in Beantown athletics history. Fantastic. We ...