It would be “Nomar doesn’t get dealt for Magglio Ordonez” level awkward, except this time it would be with two members of your starting five.
We give you the written version on game-day, but here’s the audio version of DeVito’s Patriots notes straight from today’s show.
From Pats/Steelers to college basketball to even soccer, we jumped around with old friend Dalen Cuff when the college basketball analyst for ESPN joined the show on Wednesday afternoon.
Dan Shaughnessy of the Boston Globe joined the show on Tuesday to talk about the Patriots’ loss in Miami on Monday and if it holds any weight heading into this weekend’s showdown with Pittsburgh.
In honor of the 12 Days of Christmas, which began yesterday, I present to you, a Belichickian twist to a timeless classic.
Jason Mastrodonato of the Boston Herald joined the show on Monday to discuss the reigning NL MVP’s move to the Bronx and whether the Red Sox should have been more involved in the talks with Miami.
After watching the Steelers these last few weeks in prime time games, I can safely say I think I’ve learned a couple of things.
By Mike DeVito Be Emotionally Ready New England never has many issues when it comes to taking things one game at a time, but any other team would have to be worried about a “trap game” tonight in Miami. Both teams are coming off of their most complete game (all three phases) of the season, […]
By Sterling Pingree It struck me on Monday night watching Kyrie Irving close down the Celtics 21st victory of the season that only 25 games into his tenure as a Celtic, that Kyrie Irving is probably the second best athlete in Boston sports right now. Of course this got me thinking about what a list […]
Antonio Brown skipped around behind the scene of what was basically a car crash, yelling, “karma, karma,” like a clueless child who just saw the schoolyard bully trip and chip a tooth.